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Old 02-08-2021, 12:31 AM   #141
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Looking Fantastic and all but..
Shouldn't that swaybar link be twisted the other way?
The way you have it looks like it might limit articulation.
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Old 02-08-2021, 09:14 PM   #142
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Looking Fantastic and all but..
Shouldn't that swaybar link be twisted the other way?
The way you have it looks like it might limit articulation.
I am not sure what you are seeing? Which link are you referring?
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I am not sure what you are seeing? Which link are you referring?

Unless you don't need/want any rear flex.






Maybe it's just me not having a VS4.
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Unless you don't need/want any rear flex.






Maybe it's just me not having a VS4.
I see what you see. I did this to get around the shock. The rear sway bar does limit the travel even with the straight rod ends. This is going to be all redone as I have changed the shocks and they are bigger and rub the sway bar.
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I see what you see. I did this to get around the shock. The rear sway bar does limit the travel even with the straight rod ends. This is going to be all redone as I have changed the shocks and they are bigger and rub the sway bar.

I see what you saw and get why you did what you did.
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Old 02-13-2021, 10:07 PM   #146
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... replaced with the Element Factory Team bronze shocks. More on those later. ...
Just wondering what it took to put those on. I have them on my VS4-10 chassis and running into fitment issues. Currently running then upside down with Axial spring cups.


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Just wondering what it took to put those on. I have them on my VS4-10 chassis and running into fitment issues. Currently running then upside down with Axial spring cups.


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I removed some of the inner plastic on the shock towers. Sanded out a spot on the side of the tower for the pre load adjusting ring. I already had the spot on the side done to fit the SSD shocks. Some material inside the tower was removed to fit the SSD again. I just needed to remove a little bit more as the Element shocks are bigger diameter than the SSD. I will get some pictures up tomorrow the truck is out in the garage.
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Old 02-14-2021, 03:45 PM   #148
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A what brand of bronze/brass ball links that you have on the SSD shocks? My SSD shocks came with chrome ball links and they donít fit the axle mounts on the VS4-10: Vanquish ball links are shorter. I did swap ball links from the Incisiůn shocks but they appear to be slightly smaller diameter. (SSD ball links diameter is larger than Incision ones) Any help would be appreciated 😎
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Old 02-14-2021, 07:52 PM   #149
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A what brand of bronze/brass ball links that you have on the SSD shocks? My SSD shocks came with chrome ball links and they donít fit the axle mounts on the VS4-10: Vanquish ball links are shorter. I did swap ball links from the Incisiůn shocks but they appear to be slightly smaller diameter. (SSD ball links diameter is larger than Incision ones) Any help would be appreciated

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They fit in the SSD rod ends. All I did to get them to fit in the VP axles was file down the sides a little bit on each side till they slipped into place. If you have any more questions please ask away.


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