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"0" hole in rear shock tower

tmail61

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Left side is "stock" shock mounts, right side has the "0" hole.

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Bolt two shock towers together to get the factory spacing between the shock mount holes. Over lap so you can drill through hole #3 to make hole #0.

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This works with any AE 1/10 rear shock towers, these just happen to be from a RC10GT2.
 
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Martijn

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Left side is "stock" shock mounts, right side has the "0" hole.



Bolt two shock towers together to get the factory spacing between the shock mount holes. Over lap so you can drill through hole #3 to make hole #0.

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This works with any AE 1/10 rear shock towers, these just happen to be from a RC10GT2.
B4.1 already has that hole :)
Still great trick :D

I just drilled 2 holes without measuring on my old B4 :p
 

tmail61

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That is how I did it until I read a "How To" on the B4 forum. That forum is closed now! :mad:
 

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