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Old 07-11-2019, 03:33 PM   #1
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I'm thinking about dismantling my Wraith to do a Truggy or a Wroncho type build with the SCX10 II chassis. I'm guessing that I need the chassis rails, driveshafts, Upper and lower links, shocked towers, battery tray, f/r bumpers. What else am I missing?

Also, I would also need 2.2 aluminum beadlocks. A good set that won't break the bank. The Axial beadlocks I have now rub on the links when I turn both left and right. The offset isn't right. What would you suggest?

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Old 07-11-2019, 05:25 PM   #2
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Heres the links that were on the wroncho project i bought n used for my monster truck build. Idk how well the 2.2s will turn w/out rubbin these. But my 2.6 PL brawler/destroyers rub a lil at full turn with +14mm wideners.

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Lets see if this one will work lol

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Heres the links that were on the wroncho project i bought n used for my monster truck build. Idk how well the 2.2s will turn w/out rubbin these. But my 2.6 PL brawler/destroyers rub a lil at full turn with +14mm wideners.

rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F36 2485345855

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Never mind your new Link Works. I'm going to be using an Axial SCX10 II chassis which has a shorter wheelbase.

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Thats wat chassis that wroncho project was based on. I just converted it to a m/t lol. With those links my wb is 13.25"

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Thats wat chassis that wroncho project was based on. I just converted it to a m/t lol. With those links my wb is 13.25"

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Do you have a link for that specific wroncho project?

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https://www.google.com/search?q=wron...obile&ie=UTF-8
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Do you have a link for that specific wroncho project?

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I got it from the market place on here. I dont remember who i got it from though. But it was a 10 ii chassis with ar60 axles

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This conversion is made easy with a set of "wroncho plates", a vendor on here sells them. They essentially mount on the outside of the frame rails in between the rails and sliders. They give a bunch of upper link mounting position options for fine tuning your pinion angle. i'd suggest going with them. I have a set I was holding onto in case I ever wanted to do a low slung mud truck, but if you cant find any, shoot me a PM.
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This conversion is made easy with a set of "wroncho plates", a vendor on here sells them. They essentially mount on the outside of the frame rails in between the rails and sliders. They give a bunch of upper link mounting position options for fine tuning your pinion angle. i'd suggest going with them. I have a set I was holding onto in case I ever wanted to do a low slung mud truck, but if you cant find any, shoot me a PM.
Thanks for the heads up on this. I'll look in the vendor section, but if I don't find them I'll shoot you a PM.

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Thanks for the heads up on this. I'll look in the vendor section, but if I don't find them I'll shoot you a PM.

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I found him. His name is Todd

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This conversion is made easy with a set of "wroncho plates", a vendor on here sells them. They essentially mount on the outside of the frame rails in between the rails and sliders. They give a bunch of upper link mounting position options for fine tuning your pinion angle. i'd suggest going with them. I have a set I was holding onto in case I ever wanted to do a low slung mud truck, but if you cant find any, shoot me a PM.
I found him. His name is Todd

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