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    SSS rebuild

    So far I have the new rear upper link mount installed and the rear axle all cleaned up. I also narrowed the skid to 1 3/8, the overall width is 1 5/8. I will make a new flat al. steering link and a new front servo/upperlink mount. Front mount will hold full size servo(standing up)and lipo.










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    Re: SSS rebuild

    Did narrowing the skid affect the suspension movement at all?

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    Re: SSS rebuild

    It did seem to help soften the suspension, I got alittle more flex out of it now.
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    Re: SSS rebuild

    I might try doing that because mine is really stiff right now.

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    Re: SSS rebuild

    They do break in alittle, plus I have the first run of the 1.9 sss so I also dremeled the rear links alittle to soften them up.
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