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    shocks

    Just wondering if the rustler shocks are the same as slash shocks. I want to get so new shocks for my rustler and I was looking at the proline shocks.

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    Yep. They are the same.
    Brushless 9cell/3s Street Rusty

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    Thanks. I just wondering other shocks out there say for both slash and rustler. But proline says just for slash. Now just to get some cash up. Them proline shocks are expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diffman33 View Post
    Thanks. I just wondering other shocks out there say for both slash and rustler. But proline says just for slash. Now just to get some cash up. Them proline shocks are expensive.
    Not positive, but the Proline shocks may be specified for Slash only because of the springs that come with them.

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    I just bought some big bore shocks for my custom rusty.

    any idea on differnt springs to run? I will be running on all surfaces mostly bashing but i am building a track as well.

    thanks Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by derbydad17 View Post
    I just bought some big bore shocks for my custom rusty.

    any idea on differnt springs to run? I will be running on all surfaces mostly bashing but i am building a track as well.

    thanks Brian
    Losi 2" front and 2.5" rears are a direct fit. Not sure what rates you will need for your "custom" build though as it depends on how much the truck weighs when fully loaded.

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