Partying and discussing vintage rc with coxbros1 and theytookmythumb
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I wish i voted for Basher67.
Here is what i did to red shocks, works awsome, no leaks, no air, simple to bleed too. Use a dremel and file round around the threaded aluminum piece where tye teflon seal used to go. Put an oring in the new groove created, finger tighten and enjoy! These are now one of my favorite shocks, i used to...
If Derek doesn't start getting more votes for the Stinger, i will have no choice but pull a Tamiya Dan and delete all 20 of my posts. LOL