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Pro-Line Body Mounts on a Fury

Discussion in 'Paint and Body' started by jryanfallon, Nov 7, 2015.

  1. jryanfallon

    jryanfallon Well-Known Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I am sure some of you like myself are sick of body clips. I been doing a bit of reading about Pro_Lines system and figured there had to be a way to do this.

    For the back i just took off the post and drilled out the bottom with a 7/32 drill bit and pushed the PL post though and trimmed it off.

    The back i made a template in a 2x4 and then drilled though the top of the post and then pushed the PL post though.

    I used the Mount kit for a XXX-SC, give you 4 post that are the correct size to fit.

    what do you guys think?? keep in mind a had a new body coming so the clip holders are going to be gone

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  2. Aflan

    Aflan Well-Known Member

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    I so would like to have a set of those on my Mojave...Been loosing body-clips all over the place...:oops:
    Found one recently in one of the tires of my (bakfiets) kiddy-transport-bike...Which was one hell of a job to repair...:confused:
    Anyway, I haven't found a (web)shop over here that sells them...So the cost of shipping them to the Netherlands is F*****-*P...:mad:
     
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    LunchBox Well-Known Member

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    Looks like anothe mod for my granite... Thnx for the info @jryanfallon
     
  4. TRL2004

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    What motor/ esc are you running on?
     
  5. uberfinity

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    Explain again how you did this, if you don't mind.
     
  6. mrbelloso

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    Bobster560 Well-Known Member

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    I am going to try that on my vorteks
     
  9. uberfinity

    uberfinity Well-Known Member

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    Thanks!
     
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