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Old 10-16-2014, 07:07 AM   #1
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Will these shocks fit my tc4? is there anything else I need to buy?

im trying to make my shocks aluminum. part# 3963


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Will these shocks fit my tc4? is there anything else I need to buy?

im trying to make my shocks aluminum. part# 3963


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Associated-3...3D390903632494
That is the full TC3/TC4/NTC3 shock ki . Shouldn't need anything else.

I use the Tamiya 42102 on my TC4, they are smoother shocks than the Associated shocks.
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That is the full TC3/TC4/NTC3 shock ki . Shouldn't need anything else.

I use the Tamiya 42102 on my TC4, they are smoother shocks than the Associated shocks.
ok cool ill check those out as well. what about these shocks here?

http://www.tqrcracing.com/shop/produ....asp?p_id=1259
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Those will get the job done but I'm sure their nowhere near as smooth as tamiya trf
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Tamiya TRF shocks rule !!!!!
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Tamiya TRF shocks rule !!!!!
For once I agree with bert. I'd better go buy a lotto ticket.

Or buy a bomb shelter, because the apocalypse is coming.
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are the stock tc4 shocks 55mm? anyone know?m also would I be able to use my stock blue tc4 springs with the Tamiya or would that defeat the purpose? and thank you all for the replies.
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are the stock tc4 shocks 55mm? anyone know?m also would I be able to use my stock blue tc4 springs with the Tamiya or would that defeat the purpose? and thank you all for the replies.
Currently wondering the same thing...trying to loose the kit shocks and get something else...hope someone answers this
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Yes 55mm shocks fit.

The springs should work as long as the perches are the same.
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Yes 55mm shocks fit.

The springs should work as long as the perches are the same.
thanks for the reply.
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