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Old 06-06-2010, 11:03 PM   #16
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the tracks i run @ are blown out and loomy with med bite when wet! and have lots of technical turns and rythym sections,but it also has 2 big jumps! what do you recomend?
right now on my 1.0 truck my setup is:
front- grey 54hole 40wt, rear-purple 56hole 32 1/2wt
dont know what swaybars im running cause i bought this truck from someone
rear 39mm and front just a tad bit lower being that i dont have a ride height guage,just a ruleranybody have a ride height gauge for sale?
droop- front 95 rear 110
dont have a camber or toe gauge! anyone got those for sale also! lol
stock caster
bumpsteer down
short ackermen
front camber link #1? should i go to #2
and shock location #3 and middle hole
rear camber link #4 A
and shock location #3 and middle hole,to me its the middle but the setup sheets call it the inside?
should i change anything?
to me the truck feels pretty good but im just learning how to dial this thing in!
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