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Old 09-02-2017, 10:01 PM
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Finished up the new body for the Trx-4. It's a 72 Chevrolet. Sure looks way better than that thing it came with, and a whole bunch lighter.
Made a new rear bumper mount to bring it up and in. And made some side extensions to close in the gap between the rock sliders and body.




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Old 09-02-2017, 10:04 PM
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Nice toy!!!
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Old 09-13-2017, 11:33 PM
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Default Traxxas TRX on the dirt pile

Had the TRX 4 out on the dirt piles behind the house. Thing climbs them pretty darn good.
Had a few "ups and overs", but that's all a part of the game.




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Old 05-02-2018, 12:01 AM
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Seems this thread is going stale. Anyone getting into the crawlers?
I went waist deep into the crawlers over the winter. Fun "hobby".
Started out last year with the Traxxas TRX4 Defender. Then added the Vaterra Ascender, then the RC4WD Trail Finder 2 (Marlin Crawler addition) then last the Traxxas TRX4 Bronco.
I put a driver in the RC4WD. Full interior. Building one for the others.
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Just picked up a LOSI 1/8 scale Nitro Truggy for the grandson to learn on.... I guess I will play with it too!!! Will post some pics later...
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Just couldn't resist the Bronco could you? It is a sweet liking machine and I'd love to have one, I've also had my eye on a trailfinder 2 kit for a while now. I had an original trailfinder that I built about 7yrs ago and if I can find some pics when I get home I will post them up. Now you need to add a Tamiya Bruiser to your collection.
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I have a Losi Night Crawler like the one below.
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Old 05-02-2018, 10:44 PM
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Just couldn't resist the Bronco could you? It is a sweet liking machine and I'd love to have one, I've also had my eye on a trailfinder 2 kit for a while now. I had an original trailfinder that I built about 7yrs ago and if I can find some pics when I get home I will post them up. Now you need to add a Tamiya Bruiser to your collection.
No, had to have the Bronco. LIKE, another hole in the head I suppose.
I don't think I need another one. I've still got the old Traxxas Stampede, and the Slash 4x4, which is stupid fast on the 5000mAh 11.1v 3-Cell 25C LiPo. Got it sitting on street tires, and it's a handful on the blacktop.
Also got this old Tamiya stadium truck from years ago I put the chevy body on.
Grandkids love it.
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Old 05-03-2018, 06:25 AM
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Where are the Nitro's??? Gotta have smoke and noise.... No Prius's allowed!! : -)
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Old 05-03-2018, 07:55 AM
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Where are the Nitro's??? Gotta have smoke and noise.... No Prius's allowed!! : -)
My dad has a Traxxas T-Maxx Nitro.
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