Shock, body and wiring questions
Hey guys, I just finished up my Stinger upgrade and when I went to put the body on the truck, the rear holes don't line up and aren't even close. Is this normal? Am I supposed to drill new holes? Did I do something wrong? Also, my front shocks are leaking after about 8 tanks of gas and all I've ridden on up to this point is grass with NO jumps at all. I did hit a wall though and maybe that killed the front shocks. Can I rebuild these or should i just buy new ones? If so, where should I get them? One last thing, I'm thinking of moving the EZ-Start wiring connector so that it sticks out of the bed of the truck so I don't have to lift the truck all the time to get to it in the back. Have any of you done this? Thanks! -Tim
Yes it is normal for having to make new body hole due to the way the new shock tower is.You might want to try tighten the shock caps sometimes the come loose.Also you can get a rebuild kit from your LHS.If you want stronger shocks that hold up for the long term get the big bore shocks.And yes you can move the e-z start connector to suit your needs.
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It is Normal to have to drill new body holes because of the new shock tower. You should try to tighten the shock caps like Timberwolf said. The big Bores are great if you are gonna get new shocks!
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