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Old 03-12-2018, 10:03 PM
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FYI, EB410 shock standoffs are 3.5mm longer than stock and allow you to space the shocks 4mm further than the TLR standoffs for the forward mounted rear shocks.


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Originally Posted by i_r_beej View Post
Search hasn't found anything so I'll go ahead and ask: Is anyone running a rear sway bar on their 22T 3.0? I have the "dirt" laydown in my truck. I've read that the 3.0 SCT rear sway bar can be made to fit with some mods, but just looking at the various parts diagrams I can't figure out what needs to be changed to make the SCT sway bar fit.

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It would probably be easier to convert to the 4.0 laydown rear end, then the 22 4.0 rear sway bar kit will fit right on.
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Will a 22T 4.0 body fit on a 22T 3.0? I got a deal on a 3.0 w/ a laydown. My painter has already started painting a 4.0 body. I’m gonna be furious if it doesn’t work.
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Will a 22T 4.0 body fit on a 22T 3.0? I got a deal on a 3.0 w/ a laydown. My painter has already started painting a 4.0 body. Iím gonna be furious if it doesnít work.
What version laydown, 3.0 or 4.0? 4.0 body should work on either but mounting holes are in different places.
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Dirt laydown tranny 3.0
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What version laydown, 3.0 or 4.0? 4.0 body should work on either but mounting holes are in different places.
Dirt laydown tranny 3.0
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Originally Posted by RazorRC View Post
FYI, EB410 shock standoffs are 3.5mm longer than stock and allow you to space the shocks 4mm further than the TLR standoffs for the forward mounted rear shocks.


Made a video about this conversion. I ended up using B6 shock standoffs as they're cheaper and are a little more solid.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_RpomYiGeM
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I am looking for ideas on finding a little bit more rear traction out of the 22nt 3.0, as I am thinking only real adjustment will be with the plastic inserts for the arms, so any help would be greatly appreciated as running on a medium grip track

also on a medium grip track ( dirt ) what's better either the stand up transmission or lay down, so any advice will be great

i know tires are the biggest thing as I have 1 set of tires for the electric truck, and the other one I have several sets on AD2 wheels

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Originally Posted by Troubles Dad View Post
I am looking for ideas on finding a little bit more rear traction out of the 22nt 3.0, as I am thinking only real adjustment will be with the plastic inserts for the arms, so any help would be greatly appreciated as running on a medium grip track

also on a medium grip track ( dirt ) what's better either the stand up transmission or lay down, so any advice will be great

i know tires are the biggest thing as I have 1 set of tires for the electric truck, and the other one I have several sets on AD2 wheels
For your conditions you should probably stay with the stand up.
Try increasing rear toe in to 3.5
If you havenít already. Add the rear front hanger brass weight.
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Will a 4.0 laydown tranny and rear shock tower fit on a 3.0 chassis?
also is there sway bars that fit a 3.0?
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OK after doing some research about my previous post it looks like I need the 3.0 laydown conversion tranny
4.0 standup rear shock tower
4.0 rear shock bodies
what shock shafts do I need? One video said 55mm long but I also read use the ones from the 4.0 which are 50mm long
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Originally Posted by roysays View Post
OK after doing some research about my previous post it looks like I need the 3.0 laydown conversion tranny
4.0 standup rear shock tower
4.0 rear shock bodies
what shock shafts do I need? One video said 55mm long but I also read use the ones from the 4.0 which are 50mm long
If you use the 4.0 laydown and tower, you need the shock bodies and shafts from the 4.0 build.
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