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Old 07-06-2009, 07:57 PM   #16
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take a pic of your car and post. My craddle hits the rear center drive shaft. I have it spaced up and it still does not clear. Please take a pic of your car.
If the cradle is hitting youe center drive shaft you definatly have something wrong. I will take a few pics when i get off work tonight And post them up for you
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I have the AE LiPo cradle and the Thunder Power saddle. The cradle must be installed flat to the chassis. Don't space the cradle up, just the posts. I actually found some aluminum round stock that I was able to tap with a 4-40 tap and made 4 new longer posts to better fit the pack I'm running. They're not blue, but they work.
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I have the AE LiPo cradle and the Thunder Power saddle. The cradle must be installed flat to the chassis. Don't space the cradle up, just the posts. I actually found some aluminum round stock that I was able to tap with a 4-40 tap and made 4 new longer posts to better fit the pack I'm running. They're not blue, but they work.
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