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Old 12-07-2007, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default My Hustler 2.2 " The Green Hornet"

Here is my hustler 2.2 chassis back from powder coat. Here is what I have so far.



RC4wd R2 Disconnect tranny
Axial axle's
RCp servo mount's
Holmes R2 motor and motor plate
RCP axle c's
Maxx big bore shocks
Mamba 25
Axial bead locks

I just need to get the Strait axle adapters, Knuckles, Rock claws, Memory foams, Paint the body panels to look like Carbon Fiber, some other misc items.
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Old 12-07-2007, 11:20 PM   #2
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sounds good. post pictures of the carbon/green paint job that sounds like it is a cool combination
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wow, I want one
can't wait to see it all together.. It's so much fun when you finally get your parts rounded up and get to start putting it all together
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Thats a big pile of goodies! Looking forward to that paint job as well!
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drooling.....
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Old 12-09-2007, 09:55 PM   #6
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Talk to the painter said piece of cake paint job. So I need to get some replacement panels and send them his way.
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Old 12-15-2007, 07:31 PM   #7
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Well I was holding off putting my axles together. But the last of my axle upgrades didn't show up today. I ordered them from RCP on the 10th and shipped they were shipped on the 12th. Now they are sitting in Anchorage, AK.

I guess Alaska is between California and Washington.

So here is the axles together with what parts I do have.





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Looks sweet Its going to be one awesome tuber
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All that green is gonna look cool
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MMMM..... RCC Green.
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MMMM..... RCC Green.
Might be.
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Old 12-17-2007, 11:02 PM   #12
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Well my RCP and RPP oders came in today. Just waiting on the rims and ace's memory foam.

Then I can start my links.

RCP Order straight axle lock outs and Knuckles


RPP order new rock claws


Strait axle adapters installed


RCP Knuckles and Axle C's installed
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damn i want a 2.2 hustler so phuckin bad, this thing is gonna look badass when its done! im definetly watching this one.
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Old 12-19-2007, 01:51 AM   #14
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Question for you guys should I do the stock green links or do delrin links?
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IMO, delrin would look more sinister
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Question for you guys should I do the stock green links or do delrin links?
I made and ran some black delrin links,they are great on the front but would flex A LOT on the back. I made some new bent links from 316 stainless and then bead blasted them ,I kinda like the flat silver look better than green. Not that there's anything wrong with green ! It is my favorite color of M&M !
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Question for you guys should I do the stock green links or do delrin links?

I would use aluminum or SS, not Delrin on the links. Way to much flex for this application. If you use aluminum you can have them anodizes GREEN.

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Old 12-19-2007, 06:39 PM   #18
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ive never liked delrin for links it gets scratched up and doesnt slide as well over the rocks.. i use stainless steel personally, i like the weight and the fact that its considerably more durable than aluminum or delrin.
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I like it!!!
The carbon body panels will look good one the green tubes
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what are you useing for the carbon fiber. If you could, please let me know. Maybe even some pigs.

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