Clears up to a 58 tooth gear! Assembly Options and Instructions The new DRS-166 is a highly adaptable chassis kit, and can be built in a large number of variations. Before assembly, review the following body mount and configuration options: Front Mount – Depending on body type and personal preference, the front of the body may be mounted at two points straight off the front, to the sides of the nose (as shown), or to the axle tube where it meets the body wheel well. Rear Mount – The rear of the body may be mounted with a solid or “floater” tube at the chassis balance point, at the forward, higher upright hole, or the slightly lower rear hole (as shown). Holes are large enough to permit proper “float” with either .050” or .062” tubing. Wheelie Bar Braces – While not necessary for most C-Can motor applications, some motors (e.g., Top Gun or cobalt) or your personal preference may require wheelie bar braces (.050 pin tubing is recommended) can be fitted to the radius.
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