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Old 04-26-2006, 03:10 PM   #1
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whats the difference between the droop blocks and gauges that say 1/10 and the other is 1/10 and 1/8, whats the difference if they both do one tenth, is it for like a nitro tenth or something?
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Are you sure they arent droop and ride height gauges??
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The 1/10th ones hold the car about 10-15mm off the ground and the 1/8th ones about 20-25mm.
Don't quoteme on that but i am pretty sure that is the difference.
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Are you sure they arent droop and ride height gauges??
yes im sure, one says droop gauge block 1/10 and 1/8 and the other says droop gauge block 1/10, the same with the gauges only it doesent say block
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The 1/10th ones hold the car about 10-15mm off the ground and the 1/8th ones about 20-25mm.
Don't quoteme on that but i am pretty sure that is the difference.
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