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Old 09-25-2013, 11:38 AM   #1
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Default Best body posts for e revo?

I am looking to get some new body posts for my e revo since the front ones are almost on their last few runs. I have flipped my truck over so many times that the front posts are getting worn down. Do you recommend aluminum posts over plastic? Yes I know aluminum is more durable than plastic but would those be more logical to get or just have a ton of plastic ones in my box?
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Old 09-25-2013, 11:46 AM   #2
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I'd stick with the plastic ones. The al ones are nice but you can bend them (especially if they are a cheaper grade metal) and it will cause more problems. Plastic are cheap and should last a very long time.
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my kid grinds down his summit body posts constantly, stick with the plastic ones and use some of these post protectors, every since we got these no more worn down body post.

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You could try the new Proline body posts with the screw on body holders.
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