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Thread: Adjustable Piggyback for Baja Shocks!

  1. #1 Default Adjustable Piggyback for Baja Shocks! 
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    Looks like RC4WD pulled one out from you know where! Check out these baby's!!
    http://rc4wdstore.com/product_info.php?products_id=897

    These should help with any remaining shock issues whatsoever!!

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    Excellent find, best get on the phone with your good buddy Mike and see about reviewing them, they look sweet!

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    Vertigo Easy Access Clutch Unit, The absolute quickest way to access the HPI Baja clutch.
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    I'm already working on it!

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    Just seen these from Darksoul.A bit pricey though:(

    HBF doesn't want us posting information from their site on 5th scale.

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    Canada is like a loft apartment over a really great party.LOL
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    A little pricey?? Holy crap! Before I bought those, I'd have to see some video of those shocks at work!!

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    Pricey but they are a sweet item... Several years ago (8 or more) a company called Progressive suspension who make motorcycle and KILLER mountain bike shocks made RC Reservoir shocks.. They were about $300.00 a set and just bloody killer.. Sweet to build and to run.

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    Vertigo Easy Access Clutch Unit, The absolute quickest way to access the HPI Baja clutch.
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    mlocker,sorry didn't know about the HBF thing:o

    Canada is like a loft apartment over a really great party.LOL
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    Don't apologize.. we had no issue..

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    Vertigo Easy Access Clutch Unit, The absolute quickest way to access the HPI Baja clutch.
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    Internales on 1/1 piggybacks are complex,but these sure will look nice on the baja if you got the budget for them.

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