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Old 07-26-2005, 02:59 AM   #1
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Default help with xray ultra tune rear tower

hey everyone,

i still own an original T1 with pilow ball suspension

i got given an ultra tune rear tower recently and i was wondering how i mount the shocks onto it so that i can use the upper two rows of holes???

i can only use the bottom row atm because the shock caps hit the tower and it wont screw in properly

am i doing something wrong???

are the shocks for the Evo2 and leter model cars different in the caps???

has anyone else used the ultra-tune tower with a T1???

thanx in advance

Robbie Lloyd

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Old 07-26-2005, 03:37 AM   #2
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From what i remember from my evo 2, there was a slightly longer screw that went into the shock cap and there was also a 3mm locknut before the shock to space it out a little bit.

if you have an original t1, then i think u have to use the top row of hole. the middle and bottom are for the shorter shocks on the evo 2 and on.
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