Team Associated RC10B5 Build – Bag I Shocks


The instructions manual is very clear. Correctly building the shocks is a very important. The little details can make the difference between a good or a bad handling buggy.

My build notes:

  • To make the installation of the spacers, bushings and orings easier, I use the shock shaft as a guide to align and to insert them into the bottom of the shock body.
  • Apply a good amount of Team Associated Green Slime on the orings, this will prevent leaks.
    Team Associated RC10B5 Build – Bag I Shocks Articles
  • Make sure both front and rear shocks have the same length. When inserting the shock shaft into the eyelet, stop when the top of the eyelet completely hides the thread.
    Team Associated RC10B5 Build – Bag I Shocks Articles
  • When the shocks are installed, compress the suspension and make sure there is no binding.
    Team Associated RC10B5 Build – Bag I Shocks Articles

 

 

 

 

Sylvain Lafrance

Sylvain Lafrance

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