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Old 04-09-2017, 11:48 PM   #1
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Lost interest in my yeti... so considering getting a bomber. I loved my wraith and the bomber seems like something I can make somewhere in the middle.

But before diving in. Interested in seeing what bodies people have been able to fit. I've seen a few from a Cherokee body to hemistorms rig. Let's see what you got and how you made it fit!






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Old 04-10-2017, 05:37 AM   #2
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It's been touched on a few times. There's the latest Proline 'Yota body made to fit. The biggest issues are matching the A pillars and the width at the doors.

I've considered taking mine into my LHS and trying on the Proline bodies he's got in stock.
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Pro-line Yeti Raptor bodies fit well... and look good!
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Old 04-10-2017, 09:54 AM   #4
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Following. I would like to see what everyone is using as well. Just got my bomber
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Old 04-10-2017, 10:00 AM   #5
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I think a Comanche body would look great, the Cherokee would be a cool long roof option, and I believe there is a Baja bug yeti body that would be different. If that's what you're goin for haha! I went sr5 Toyota cab. But I was mostly inspired by a 4 door rc4wd hilux mockup on a bomber I saw on YouTube. That thing looked nice, but wrong material. Then I found out about the proline sr5. It seems like most bodies made for the trail honcho or scx10 would be a good starting point.
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I think a Comanche body would look great, the Cherokee would be a cool long roof option, and I believe there is a Baja bug yeti body that would be different. If that's what you're goin for haha! I went sr5 Toyota cab. But I was mostly inspired by a 4 door rc4wd hilux mockup on a bomber I saw on YouTube. That thing looked nice, but wrong material. Then I found out about the proline sr5. It seems like most bodies made for the trail honcho or scx10 would be a good starting point.


I've seen a deadbolt body trimmed to fit and it looks pretty good. I know nothing will really fit perfect but close will be ok for me. The proline "honcho" Silverado body would be sweet but not sure the a pillars would be close due to the aggressive angles.


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