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Old 03-21-2005, 01:00 AM   #1
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looking for replacement shocks for mx-4, any suggestion ?
b3, xxx or xx4 ?

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most of the guys use b3 shocks, but you may be able to get the others to work as well.
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will losi XXX shocks work on MX-4 ?
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Dont know about the shocks, but does anyone have any idea were I can get a body and wing the for the car
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Dont know about the shocks, but does anyone have any idea were I can get a body and wing the for the car
You can get them directly from Yokomo at www.yokomousa.com. The part number for the body is ZM-104 and the wing is ZM-107. The B4 wing also fits pretty well.
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thank you very much, you wouldnt happen to have a part listing and instruction manual would you
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The Yokomo japan website got manual online.

http://www.teamyokomo.com/japan/manual/index.html
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What's wrong with the standard shocks?

I found them to be much better than AE shocks, the only problem being that they tended to get a bit "sticky" after a couple of meetings.

I discovered this was due to the little white shock bushings that sit next to the o-rings. If you have the same problem then just ream the bushings out a little and the problem is fixed.
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Nothing wrong. Got an used MX-4 that come with no very
good condition Losi shocks. Hence, looking for replacement.

MX-4 shocks will be rare and expensive to get.
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