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Old 20-05-2016
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Default Mounting rear shock tower on back of TM2 v2

I seen someone who done this, mounting the rear shock tower on back of the diff case. how they do it?
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You file a tiny bit off the bottom near the camber link holes then just use the normal mounting holes. You have to drill the wishbone for the shock mounts but it's very easy. Hope that helps. If not I can post some photos over the weekend.
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I think inside line do a ready prepared rear tower if needed
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I think inside line do a ready prepared rear tower if needed
This is correct, however it's easy enough to do it to the standard one. You also need to space the upper shock mounts with 2mm washers to try and keep the correct angle on the shocks.

You also need to drill the wishbones. You can flip them but this changes the driveshaft angle. It's better just to drill new ones, or just go all out and swap to flash wishbones from the TC02c as they are far better on the car.
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Any reason? whats the gain ?
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It make the car a little easier to drive over the bumps
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