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Old 04-09-2006, 04:38 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if Xray Springs will work with any other touring car? Like say the Yokomo MR4TC SD?
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I know they fit Assocaited cars so I would imagine they would work on the Yok also.
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They should be able to work on your car...
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I know the assiciated spring set works with yokes, and if the xrays work with the AE's then it shouldwork with my yoke.
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They should work but you might need to get lower spring retainers as the Xrays are longer so you might have trouble in setting for lower ride heights.
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Yeah, I forgot about that. Good point.
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I have the Rayspeed Aluminum Shock Retainers. These ones:
http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...nid=241&id=908
will these work?
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i believe it doesnt matter what company you use for your spring. i know that each company just has different hardness on the springs
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