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Old 06-23-2011, 08:05 PM   #1
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Hi guys I have a ta05 v2R and it was weird that my front bulkhead came with damper stay mounting like the normal ta05 from the kit. So while I'm at it I thought about maybe converting my front damper mounting to that of the normal ta05 thus was wondering if anyone on here did such conversion..what would I need besides the damper stay? Do I need a different lower arm? Hope someone experienced can help me out! Thanks!
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I've done exactly what you describe. You need a damper stay and the standard bulkhead cover (same as the rear.) Just flip the arms around so the ball studs are facing forward and mount the shocks. Easy-squeezy.
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Alright thanks a lot bro!! Am gonna be doing that!
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