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Hi pumbaa,

The PRO-LINE shell is for the Tamiya 201/RB6.

Its a perfect fit, no gaps......

Contact Insidelinemodels pumbaa.............
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Hi guys,

I'm just building the shocks for my V3 FM.

What weight shock oil would you recommend with the kit springs and pistons on a mix of carpet and gym floor?
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Hi pumbaa,

The PRO-LINE shell is for the Tamiya 201/RB6.

Its a perfect fit, no gaps......
Hi, just bought one of these shells for my FM.

Out of interest, what are the extra plastic pieces, screws and nuts for and can they be used with the FM?

Thanks!
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Hi Bigdawgracer,

Not sure if it fits the FM. I think the rear part where the motor sits may hit the body. But not 100% as I haven't tried it.

The screws and plastic parts your on about are,

Lexan centre wing and fixing screws for the centre wing.......
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