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Old 01-17-2012, 04:17 PM
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would these work to replace the 14mm hexes that are on my losi ten t right now?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Losi-Wheel-H...item256b87fa6c
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Old 01-17-2012, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by darryl80 View Post
would these work to replace the 14mm hexes that are on my losi ten t right now?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Losi-Wheel-H...item256b87fa6c
Think your gonna need the SCTE axles also.
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so i need to buy the 12mm hexes and pins, axles to complete to conversion?
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Old 01-17-2012, 04:42 PM
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so i need to buy the 12mm hexes and pins, axles to complete to conversion?
Yep
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Is there a tool to screw on the plastic piece on the bottom of the shock piece that holds in the orings? Nothing on the shock tools fit the hex. Should i just use pliers?
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Originally Posted by myl3s91 View Post
Is there a tool to screw on the plastic piece on the bottom of the shock piece that holds in the orings? Nothing on the shock tools fit the hex. Should i just use pliers?
Can't go wrong with pliers or an adjustable wrench.
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Was the stuff insured?
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how important is it to have the shock boots on your shocks? i cant seem to keep mine from coming undone....
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Old 01-17-2012, 05:22 PM
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how important is it to have the shock boots on your shocks? i cant seem to keep mine from coming undone....
Not all that important if you regularly clean out your oil and maintain your shocks. I dont run them on mine and neither do alot of people at the track i see...
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would i beable to use the stock wheel nuts that came with my losi ten t on the losi ten scte 12mm conversion kit?
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Batteries anyone? Can't wait to try them out.

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Originally Posted by teknic View Post
Can't go wrong with pliers or an adjustable wrench.
yeah ive never had to do this before. But for people who have rebuilt these shocks, what did you do? I tryed an adjustable wrench but i couldn't get a solid grip. So i used pliers but it seemed to scuff up the plastic a little which i dont really care about but just wondering if its the right way to do things lol.
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Originally Posted by vasidudu View Post
Hi there,
Just received these through the mail today:
Top Plate.
Diff Mount Plate.
These look very nice and fit great; mailing was VERY fast; thanks to Steve.
Have a good week,
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Those looks great on their website, I was wondering if you can weight the Stock plastic vs the Carbon Fiber I want to see how many grams it saves. Post up what ya come up with if you can, I would say between those 2 carbon fiber parts vs the plastic, 10-20grams max and some more bling factor
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