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Posted 20 February 2015 - 12:16 PM

Hi Bob,

 

You know, just before your post in this thread I was lamenting my NOT running this car with in the R&C event. Not "officially" but just for grins to see what kind of time it would turn. :unknw:

 

Anyway........you wrote:

 

 

I don't think those chassis ever came with formed (coined?) 3/16th guide tongue.

 

Yeah, I don't know Bob. The freedom to use what works best at the time is why I love "Hop Ups" as opposed to "restorations". :crazy:

 

 

Am I missing something - the ad copy says 5 pole?

 

RAM could have used you to check their ads before publishing Bob. :D I just opened up two boxed RAM-Boochie's and the arms are 7-pole like the one in the picture, not 5-pole like the text in the ad suggests.


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