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Old 10-14-2003, 02:38 AM   #1
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Default X ray T1R adjustable shock

Hi guys! i am new to this forum and going to buy a X ray T1R. I am just worrying that the adjustable shock may be a little bit difficult to assemble. Is there any tips or something u guys can be given to me on assembling the shock? other then the shock, is there any thing i have to be give attention during assembling the car?

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Old 10-14-2003, 05:26 AM   #2
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Haven't got an XRay myself, but I dont think it's harder to assemble, than shocks on other cars.

You have the option of assembling it as an adjustable or non-adjustable (traditional TC) shock.

Usually, manuals are quite good, and with the usual XRay quality, the manual is probably even better.

By the way, here's an excellent XRay setup guide. It also explain about the shocks. XRay setup guide
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The shocks are not too hard to put together, just pay attention to the manual and they should come out fine.
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Heres another great article on building xray/serpent shocks. Hope this helps, has pics as well


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I have an xray and the shocks were very easy to assemble. read the directions and take ur time just like ne thing else
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