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Author Topic: Traxxas Big Bore Shock Tool  (Read 646 times)

SteveMster

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Traxxas Big Bore Shock Tool
« on: February 18, 2010, 06:29:57 PM »
If you have ever cursed when building off-road shocks trying to thread on the shock caps then I have a neat tip to share. In with some old off-road stuff from Team AE was a white plastic shock holder. This was used to hold the shock and keep it from spinng when screwing on shock caps. It is recessed for the hex that is at the top of shocks. I measured the hex and it was an exact fit for my Traxxas Big Bore shocks. The shock bodies are a bit larger so to make a perfect fit I used a sanding drum to open up the inside of the plastic tool and now I have a deluxe shock tool. Makes things so much easier.

I believe these plastic tools came with my old T3 stadium truck, but they may have been from RPM. I'm too old and I can't remember but there you go.  ::)

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