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agh u had to ask!LOL, waz in a rush to take the pics put the tires on realized afterwards.the body is a (new bright) off an elec truck,not my trashin body.
 

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Todd,

Do you think the LST shocks perform better then the dual shocks that come stock? Do the LST shocks just bolt right on?




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All of those truck are killer! I don't own one but all of these pics and the info on this site is going to get me in trouble!
I am already searching for prices! LOL SMaxxin... if I get one of these... can I move in with you?..... cuz The wife would kick me out!

Tom
 

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Todd,

Do you think the LST shocks perform better then the dual shocks that come stock? Do the LST shocks just bolt right on?




-Michael
they ride better over all but i have not tried any big jumps. the only thing i did to get them to work was different shock bushings and heavier oil and rcraven springs.
 

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I am already searching for prices! LOL SMaxxin... if I get one of these... can I move in with you?..... cuz The wife would kick me out!

Tom
just don't tell her how much they cost. and when it shows up have a paid trip to a spa or something like that waiting for her.
 

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Well, couldn't wait for spring cleaning so, I'm doing some early winter cleaning. My FGMT went through the tear down process and the Baja is next.
I cleaned and completely tore everything including the engine down and replaced or refurbished them all. In all I think I went through about 40.00. Very happy with that!:)
I redid the side pods and am quite happy with how sturdy the new ones are without the car door trim holding the edges. I ended up using some stainless screws instead of pop rivets to hold them to the side. The front mount and side mounts hold the rest together.
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Oh, and the new addition of the alloy servo plate and battery holder! Thanks hellya.:):):):)
 

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they ride better over all but i have not tried any big jumps. the only thing i did to get them to work was different shock bushings and heavier oil and rcraven springs.
I ran LST socks on my savvy and LST (of course), i first tried the rcraven 8-15lb springs and then hotracing gun metal 8lb springs... believe it or not the hotracing ones were way stiffer (no preload required) and gave a way better ride and jumping capability, they're cheap enough so I'd recommend trying a set...I guarantee they'll be better on the heavier FG
http://cgi.ebay.com/Hot-Racing---LST---8lb-Gun-Metal-High-Lift-Spring_W0QQitemZ390006538583QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20081107?IMSfp=TL081107118005r170
 
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