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    Re: R/C Crawlers

    I've messed around with a few lol / My wife is into them too!!!


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    Re: R/C Crawlers

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    Re: R/C Crawlers

    Not a crawler but I just picked up a (new to me) e revo after seeing one in action and trying it out briefly.

    Only pics I have right now are of it upside down as I'm still learning how to control it! It came with 3s lipos, I may pick up some 2s and put it in training mode until I learn how to better harness its power!

    It's lots of fun though, here's my favorite pic - I hit a (small) hill in the greenbelt with a little too much speed, it went airborne and landed upside down in a bush. At least I avoided the street and getting run over!

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    Re: R/C Crawlers

    Quote Originally Posted by Easyover View Post
    I built a couple last year while I was working in San Antonio. Without my garage/shop and my fullsize toys, I had to do something with my time and money!

    This one is a replica of my '71 J2000 Gladiator. It is a RC4WD TF2 SWB chassis (full frame, leaf springs, solid axles, all metal) with a Parma Jeep Honcho lexan body that I modified with a back-dated grill and a bed made out of styrene. I did my best to match patina of the real one, but I'm an amateur compared to some modelers. I also fabbed the front bumper, added the truck box, aluminum slot wheels and Warn lockout hubs



    Here's the fullsizer


    I also built this M715 based off a Viterra Ascender. It was originally a Blazer bodied rig, but the body was big and got hung up a lot, so I did this M715 based on the lexan Axial Nukizer body. I built the bumpers for this one too, added a canvas top and tonnou cover, some scale accessories, steel wheels, etc. It's definitely more of the crawler of the two as it's a 4 link and coil over chassis

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    http://i906.photobucket.com/albums/ac264/easyover/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpsxcqr5pnl.jpeg[/IMG]


    Nice work, those trucks look great. And those wheels are to drool over......

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