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    What weight oil for Pro Line Big Bores?

    Hey guys ordered up some PL Big Bores was wondering what weight oil everyone is running? Also any other spring options out there?

    And one other thing anyone running shock socks/covers?? If so what brand?


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    What terrain do you run your truck in?
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    do u mean powerstokes. i run 50k rear 60k front and i bought the spring kit from proline
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Sob View Post
    What terrain do you run your truck in?
    Pretty much just off road, dirt tracks.

    Quote Originally Posted by ultran8 View Post
    do u mean powerstokes. i run 50k rear 60k front and i bought the spring kit from proline
    Yes the PL power strokes sorry, forgot Traxxas has some too


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    50f/60r. I used the RPM shock guard's they work good and look cool. I've seen guy's chuck thespring spacer and run just one linear spring and I've seen guy's run the Proline tuning kit's as well. I use the tuning kit for my racer slash and like it.

    Remember track layout and terrain will also play a role in what shock oil and spring's you use. All we as user's of those shock's can say, is what we use. might not be right for your track or driving style.
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    Thanks guys then ill go a bit heavier I had picked up 30 & 35 wt figured that was a good starting point. I'm not racing or running this thing on the track it's just my backyard bashed


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    Anyone using the Pro Line Spring kits for the Slash 4x4?

    Front-
    http://prolineracing.com/performance...ortment-front/

    Rear-
    http://prolineracing.com/performance...sortment-rear/

    I can get both the FR & RR from my LHS on sale right now for about $28 out the door, anyone running these or are there better options out there spring wise I already have the shocks..

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