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Old 05-19-2012, 01:47 AM   #1
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Default X-Ray T2/3 Shock towers

Could someone with a T2 or 3 X-ray tell me what the distance is between the shock tower mount holes are both vertically and horizontally, centre to centre as well as the width of the shock tower from body post hole to body post hole.

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There are some minor differences in the rear towers.

T2 008: F 302087, R 303096
T2 009: F 302087, R 303096
T3 10: F 302087, R 303089
T3 11: F 302087, R 303089
T3 12: F 302086, R 303087

-The T2 008 and 009 rear towers have a lower quick change roll center mount, and six total indicator locations.

-The T3 10 and 11 rear towers are higher and only have four indicator locations.

-The T3 12 removed the quick change roll centers due to the vertical ball studs. The T3 12 also has an additional rear shock mount location over the other T3 and T2 towers. This is the lowest more inboard location. It is lower than the lowest locations on the 008-11 towers.

-The distance of the body mounts has not changed.

I am not aware of any differences in the front towers beyond the removal of the quick change role center locations for the T3 12.

note: T2 007 has different shock lengths, thus would not be compatible with the 008, 009, 10, 11 or 12.

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Yes but what is the distance in millimetres from mounting screw hole to screw hole? Vertically and horizontally.
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There are some minor differences in the rear towers.

T2 008: F 302087, R 303096
T2 009: F 302087, R 303096
T3 10: F 302087, R 303089
T3 11: F 302087, R 303089
T3 12: F 302086, R 303087

-The T2 008 and 009 rear towers have a lower quick change roll center mount, and six total indicator locations.

-The T3 10 and 11 rear towers are higher and only have four indicator locations.

-The T3 12 removed the quick change roll centers due to the vertical ball studs. The T3 12 also has an additional rear shock mount location over the other T3 and T2 towers. This is the lowest more inboard location. It is lower than the lowest locations on the 008-11 towers.

-The distance of the body mounts has not changed.

I am not aware of any differences in the front towers beyond the removal of the quick change role center locations for the T3 12.

note: T2 007 has different shock lengths, thus would not be compatible with the 008, 009, 10, 11 or 12.

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IIRC the '12 front tower is different in a similar way the rear tower is different.
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