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Old 10-04-2009, 12:58 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a link or a guide on how to install the CRC front end onto my sp12x?

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Does anyone have a link or a guide on how to install the CRC front end onto my sp12x?

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Have a look at the Corally site www.corally.com and download the instruction manual. As far as I know its part of the general document.
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If you're trying to install the CRC front end to the car that has the Corally front end on it then it's pretty simple.

Remove the two screws on the bottom that hold the central front suspension brace on and the whole front suspension should come off in one go.

There are 4 larger holes in the front of the chassis of the SP12X designed for the AE/CRC front suspension. Use the 4 screws that came with the CRC kit (pre tap the lower arms with the metal screw) to screw it on.

Alternatively you can just look at the other SP12X I sold you as it already has the CRC front end on it.
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it was actually simple to install. took all of 1 minute.

I think I am going to use the chassis with the servo holes drilled already as a template unless I can find one online cause I really don't want to screw that up.

All I need now are some WC tie rods to make some steering links and it should be all good to go.
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