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Old 01-28-2017, 07:05 PM
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i do not use those brake guides not necessary
I put them on and then noticed the discs are not in alignment if you use the guides so off they came. You cannot use the guides with the kit brakes.
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Old 01-28-2017, 07:10 PM
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The guides are for the old pads and discs which were much narrower being a fiber disk and metal pad only.

The kit supplied brakes use to be option parts.
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Truggy now available on amain hobbies. Qualifies for Jan25 coupon code as well.

Just glad to see it now available.

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Truggy now available on amain hobbies. Qualifies for Jan25 coupon code as well.
Saw their price and I am glad I got it from Billy. Thanks again for the hook up.
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Saw their price and I am glad I got it from Billy. Thanks again for the hook up.
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how much droop are you guys running front/rear?
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how much droop are you guys running front/rear?
All of it. I moved the front shocks to the inside hole on the arms and tower.
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All of it. I moved the front shocks to the inside hole on the arms and tower.
but how long is your shock?
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but how long is your shock?
I didn't even check. I just made sure I took enough droop out to protect the shock caps and ends. It looked about right.
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Does anyone know what the caster is in the stock hub carriers? I saw there are 12 and 16 degree aluminum ones for the a215.
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Originally Posted by windellmc View Post
I didn't even check. I just made sure I took enough droop out to protect the shock caps and ends. It looked about right.
That's what I did...
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Does anyone know what the caster is in the stock hub carriers? I saw there are 12 and 16 degree aluminum ones for the a215.
front is 12*
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anybody got a215T e-truggy without body and i like to look at it ? thanks
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Loving the truggy so far. I had put in 8x1.3 pistons and everything else is box setup. Truck is still loosening up. Able to drive more aggressively during each outing.
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how are you guys trimming the front of the body? like the box art cut job or on the molded cut line?
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