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Old 03-19-2002, 02:36 PM   #1
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Default XXX-S threaded shocks

I bought the .28 threaded front shocks, #LOS5052 and the .36 threaded rear shcoks, #LOS5053 from Stormer and had a question acout what I got. The fronts came with the short threaded tubes, nuts and the caps. The rears only came with the threaded tubes and the nuts. Was I supposed to get the shafts with each of these sets aand also the caps for the rear shocks or is this right?

Also, do I need to run the shorter .28 shock shafts in the front .28 threaded tubes? I currently have the stock shafts in both the front and rear.

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Old 03-19-2002, 04:19 PM   #2
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You got what you ordered...

If you wanted the whole kit, you should have ordered the LOS5058 for the front. That comes with the shafts and everything. For the rear... just use the shafts and caps from your stock shocks.

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Ok, thanks. So now I assume I need to buy the .28 shafts for the front shocks for them to work properly?
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That is correct, you need the short shock shafts for the front only. It would have been better to order the entire kit mentioned above, but you can still get the parts needed.

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Default LOS5058???

I just looked on stormer and LOS5058 is the titanium shock shaft .28. It isn't the entire kit unless the whole hit costs 5.95!!! What is the correct part number for the front threaded shock kit with the shafts? THanks a lot.
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I was using the part numbers from horizonhobby... since they are the only distributor of Losi parts...
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Thanks a lot for the part number. $24.95 sounds more like the price!!!
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