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Поддержка Стекло для регулируемого амортизаторы

Поддержка Стекло для регулируемого амортизаторы

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Поддержка Стекло для регулируемого амортизаторы.

Handy поддержка / подставка для амортизаторов при заполнении их маслом, чтобы пузырьки воздуха, чтобы избежать.

Высота: 82мм

Ширина: 90мм

  • Артикул 430000005
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Емкость ( мАч ) -
  • вес 73.0000
  • длина 140.00
  • Width 15.00
  • Высота 100.00
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It does exactly what you want for the price. It is made from acrylic plastic so has paper protective sheets that need to be pealed first, thats normal and takes a few minutes to remove.

It also comes with a sandpaper sheet which is used to sand the gaps due to the cutting leaving some tolerance issues, I did find the sanding a little bit of an issue and took a fair amount of time to resolve but once done its fine.

It works with my 1/10th Off-road buggies bigbore shocks and should also work with smallbore too. The actual holes are on the smaller side, so the bigbore shocks did sit on the lower part of the shock, not the preload adjuster so your mileage may vary depending on the bottom cap on your shocks. I guess it's impossible to cater for every possible type of shock combination anyway

Gets the thumbs up from me.

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It does exactly what you want for the price. It is made from acrylic plastic so has paper protective sheets that need to be pealed first, thats normal and takes a few minutes to remove.

It also comes with a sandpaper sheet which is used to sand the gaps due to the cutting leaving some tolerance issues, I did find the sanding a little bit of an issue and took a fair amount of time to resolve but once done its fine.

It works with my 1/10th Off-road buggies bigbore shocks and should also work with smallbore too. The actual holes are on the smaller side, so the bigbore shocks did sit on the lower part of the shock, not the preload adjuster so your mileage may vary depending on the bottom cap on your shocks. I guess it's impossible to cater for every possible type of shock combination anyway

Gets the thumbs up from me.

hig quality tool and very til in competitions

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hig quality tool and very til in competitions

Very, very bad quality, it not is glass like description, is plastic, I not recomend to buy

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Very, very bad quality, it not is glass like description, is plastic, I not recomend to buy

This is an absolute bad quality item.

First of all, it's not glass but plastic (but I figured it would for this price). HK should change it's description of the object.

The quality is really bad: several parts were already broken in the package, and when you handle it for assembly it just crumbles in your hands.

Stay away, there are better (more expensive) options on the market.

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This is an absolute bad quality item.

First of all, it's not glass but plastic (but I figured it would for this price). HK should change it's description of the object.

The quality is really bad: several parts were already broken in the package, and when you handle it for assembly it just crumbles in your hands.

Stay away, there are better (more expensive) options on the market.

Good simple setup for letting your shocks sit upright as the air rises (bubbles) from the shock body. I only wish they had wider diameters.

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Good simple setup for letting your shocks sit upright as the air rises (bubbles) from the shock body. I only wish they had wider diameters.

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