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Old 04-14-2008, 02:01 PM   #241
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Maybe take the collars off and use some plastic clip on spacers in it's place?

Or maybe put some spacers inside the shocks to make them shorter.
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try the hpi pro 4 plastic shock part. it's the part supports the spring on pro 4 shock. it's a few mm lower than the pro 3. i think it's called the spring perch
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also try the drup setting . that would effect it to
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