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Old 12-27-2012, 11:19 AM
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I searched the forums, and found some info touching the boundaries of this topic, but could not find exactly what I need.

I am mounting a Flotek Short Course body to a Losi Ten SCTE. I bought the body painted and trimmed, from a painter. Hence, I did not receive the part of the body that tells which dimples to use to make the body holes for a Ten SCTE.

Which ones should I use?

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I looked and could not find one online.
This is from the Avid body but most all bodies are drilled out for the same cars and combo of holes.

You could also email or call proline and I'm sure they will email a PDF to you... after the 1st.
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you can always put a drop of paint on top of 2 front or rear body posts at a time to mark the under body as you set it down in place. Just make sure it is aligned correctly.
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Looking at the body from the front.....front hole is the 3rd hole (of 5). The rear....1st hole (of 3)
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