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  1. #1
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    Question shocks and shtuff for summit newbie

    December's around the corner and I need advice on which shocks to get to keep the rear from dragging

    Will be using it with paddles, mainly for pulling kids in a sled since it should be snowing soon

    Also how many spare axles should I get to start? And are there any other stock parts that break from pulling?

    I don't want any down time
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    Get a couple diffs off e bay.for back up
    Could also get some complete axles there as well.maybe a motor,the dewalt would be my choice. A set or two of centre driveshafts might be a idea as well pulling may twist or break one


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    If you haven't already get a a set of double orange springs for the rear.

    Thicker shock oil might not hurt either.

    If you are running a Titan gearing down would also help but it might go too slow for what you want.


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    When I open my day pack I have spare axles, drive lines, slipper clutch, a wide variety of bearings, servos and servo gears and some wd40

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    Thanks men, I knew it was pretty tough by itself but that's good, looking at $999.35 after taxes which is perfect.
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