Dif­fer­ent Strokes Sus­pen­sion


The BOM’S shocks are thread­ed­body alu­minum units with sin­gle-rate springs and a dual-cap de­sign, which makes it easy to ac­cess the dual O-ring seals. The top caps thread into the 10mm bod­ies in­stead of over them for a more scale look, and the com­pleted dampers are smooth op­er­a­tors—ev­ery brand gets shocks right nowa­days. The front shocks are stood up and mounted to plas­tic tow­ers on the chas­sis—no sur­prises. But in the rear, things get in­ter­est­ing. Shock length is just 66mm (ver­sus 88mm for the fronts), and the shocks tuck in along­side the frame rails. To achieve full travel with the short shocks, rocker arms con­nect the shocks to the axles. Trick, and def­i­nitely dif­fer­ent.

10mm alu­minum threaded-body shocks Pan­hard bar front sus­pen­sion Wa­ter­proof re­ceiver box Sin­gle-speed steel-gear trans­mis­sion Gmade MT1904 1.9-inch tires Alu­minum sus­pen­sion links Steel C-chan­nel chas­sis Can­tilevered rear shocks

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