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Old 02-03-2017, 05:15 PM   #11
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Thought ought to make a big difference... two words Justin, dust cover. LOL

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Old 02-04-2017, 12:20 PM   #12
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Thought ought to make a big difference... two words Justin, dust cover. LOL

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Dust cover??? Yeah, I finally found it....lol.
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Old 05-20-2019, 11:23 PM   #13
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I swapped in some new Proline Yeti Rear shocks in, I had some in the past but sold them off when I thought I was selling this truck. After driving it again at the last WARCRC U4RC Race I am glad I didn't, it' handles a lot better then my Bomber. It also sits a lot lower, making cornering more fun.



SKU: 6275-00
https://www.prolineracing.com/perfor...-xt-shocks.asp


Fresh shock oil, I think I used 40w.




I am big fan of most all the Proline shocks, big shafts and really smooth.



I don't have any delrin cups for these so I just ended up using some zip ties to keep the spring retainer on.



I might add another, but it's a bummer when you lose one. :)



All bolted in.


I also sold of the rear top alum shock mount, I might get them again because the plastic is a little weak.
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Old 05-20-2019, 11:42 PM   #14
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I also picked up some new Vanquish Produts Axial Yeti trailing arms. The fit and finish on these are pretty sweet. I also like the design on how the ball end gets captured with an aluminum cap and also locked in place with a long set screw.

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https://www.vanquishproducts.com/yet...lear-anodized/


The new VP ones are obviously stronger then the stock pieces. #beef


I would hate to machine the small retaining pieces, super tiny and fit really snug.


The kit includes a lot of nice hardware too.


You can see bit of the tapped hole on the right where the long set screw goes.


I will have to go back and add a bit of lock tight, I don't want those retaining pieces to get lost. :P


Same length and fitment.


I am also running some VP shocks mounts as well.
https://www.vanquishproducts.com/ar6...lear-anodized/




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