I've got a Summit and I love it. I've got it riding as high as I can for now, but I was reading where someone mentioned that I shouldn't have my pushrods in the innermost holes on the a-arms.
I did some checking, and I noticed that in the manual for the Revo it does mention not to put the long travel arms in the innermost hole, but that information is not present in the Summit manual.
From more checking, I found that the stock Summit actually has different rear arms than the stock Revo.
Are these arms what make it so that it's suggested that the Revo not have it's pushords in the inner location, but not the Summit??
Basically, am I not supposed to have the Summit's pushrods mounted to the inner location on the arms?
P.S. I did some searching regarding this with Google, and didn't come up with much of a response.