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Old 08-05-2011, 12:47 PM   #1
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Default Xray T1 & T2 compatability

My son has an Xray T1 and I was wondering if any of the suspension parts are compatable with a T2 ? Will the suspension arms from the T1 fit a T2 ?
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This is what will help you
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Link works fine, it's a pdf file.
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From looking at that pdf, I'd say the answer to your question is "No"

Doesn't look like much at all is compatible between a T1 and a T2.
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From looking at that pdf, I'd say the answer to your question is "No"

Doesn't look like much at all is compatible between a T1 and a T2.
Hi, still can't get the file, but thanks for the info.
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To answer you question very little crosses over between the T1 and T2 platforms, and notheng that I can think of for the suspension can be used on both. Even the shock shafts are different lenghts.
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