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Old 08-29-2005, 05:38 PM   #1
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Default New shocks for RS4 Pro 3, will TC3's work ?

Just picked up an rs4 pro3, but it has not shocks. Can I use some from a TC3?
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As long as they're similar in length and you can get them to fit, then yes you can use TC3 shocks on RS4 Pro 3. You'll have to play around with oil and springs to get "correct" handling.
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