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Old 03-01-2009, 11:44 AM   #1
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I thought somebody at our track had Integy 6 degree cnc castor blocks on his Associated tc5. The highest I can find in cnc variety is 4 degree Anyone know where to find some 6 degree cnc c blocks....?
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wth do you need 6 degree for? 4 is more than enough for most tracks.
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Adding an aluminum part to your suspension spells trouble. If you crash they bend easily, and then you have to deal with the tweak. Better off using 4 degree with 2 degree kickup to achieve 6 degree with oem parts IMO.
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I thought somebody at our track had Integy 6 degree cnc castor blocks on his Associated tc5. The highest I can find in cnc variety is 4 degree Anyone know where to find some 6 degree cnc c blocks....?
The 4 degree blocks are made by Integy. Diggity makes 6 degree blocks. http://www.diggitydesigns.com/D3_TC5...rBlockSet.html

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Thank you!
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whoops, misread as toe... I looked so stupid there
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