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    Saw a video on Youtube today

    I saw this video on youtube of a kid replacing the front pullrods with shocks. Has anyone seen this thing run?

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    That mod makes NO sense to me at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadx2mj View Post
    That mod makes NO sense to me at all.
    Ditto... I has a confused.
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    Haha, I saw the same video today also.

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    It must not have worked since he never posted a followup video

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    I would think the suspension would be way to stiff even if it was functional. These trucks are pretty well designed. That thing probly just bounces around and rolls like crazy, heck they do that stock.
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    Haha. The USDORD. Clever.

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    Nice one dcfox. I dont see how those shocks could do anything. Unless you were turning and something hit the wheels in the direction they were already turning (like a curb), it would let you stress the servo because it would be going past it's limits.
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