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    Hey guys. I am trying to get a feel on what shock oil everyone is using. I am currently using 45wt which I think is to thick. Any suggestions?

  • #2
    Pix of your setup will help.

    What kind of rig is it?

    What shocks?

    On my comp rig I run just enough oil to allow the shocks to run smoothly.
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    • #3
      Timberwolf chasis with rc4wd shocks

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      • #4
        Originally posted by njcrawler View Post
        Timberwolf chasis with rc4wd shocks
        Dual spring shocks?

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        • #5
          dual spring shocks and rock crusher tires

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          • #6
            I don't put oil in my TW shocks (the 110 dual spring shocks )
            just 2 drops of grear box oil so every thing run smoothly as Carbonuts does
            He who fears the wolf, should not go to the forest.

            sigpicRunning with the Wolf Pack at Rcjeeps.com...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dakillswitch View Post
              I don't put oil in my TW shocks (the 110 dual spring shocks )
              just 2 drops of grear box oil so every thing run smoothly as Carbonuts does


              Yep I have the 110 duals on my comp rig.

              It's all about trial and error. Try one way if ya ar enot happy try another. LOL
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              • #8
                has anyone tried using droop setup? Just curious

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                • #9
                  i just made my wolf Droop, and i think its staying that way

                  havent tried it out on anythin other than my 11 months old babygirls tower of toys, but it was very nice looking and good flex and i used some Sleek lube from my paintball days in the shock, since i saw that there was lube on the piston.

                  but one thing i saw on my dual springs was that the "fasteners" for the delrin piston, was just the same size as the piston so they rubbed against inner walls of the shock, might try to sand down the "fasteners" so it gets smoother(to the one with slow shocks),

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                  • #10
                    what springs are you using?

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