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CrawlerCam10 03-22-2019 08:40 AM

What bodies can fit an axial wraith?
 
Hello everybody, I am brand new to this forum and fairly new to Rc rock crawling. I have a slightly modded Wraith and am looking to spice it up. At the moment I am running the stock body panels but I'm sick of the look. So if anyone could tell me what bodies would be worth investing in or chopping up please let me know. Thank you.

DukeMinnix 03-22-2019 09:05 AM

Re: What bodies can fit an axial wraith?
 
If you can find them, bronco bodies look great. you can chop up a deadbolt body. Proline also made wrangler drop on body. I've seen the axial/proline Cherokee bodies chopped up looking good. You can likely modify just about anything if you want to make the effort.

Brake Weight 03-22-2019 09:29 AM

Re: What bodies can fit an axial wraith?
 
Lol.

If you can them. There are search buttons available for this.

DukeMinnix 03-22-2019 09:36 AM

Re: What bodies can fit an axial wraith?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Brake Weight (Post 5921150)
Lol.

If you can them. There are search buttons available for this.

I meant the OG bodies, shhhhh, we don't have to let people know a brand new wraith with bronco panels is out. :lmao:

CrawlerCam10 03-22-2019 12:01 PM

Re: What bodies can fit an axial wraith?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Brake Weight (Post 5921150)
Lol.

If you can them. There are search buttons available for this.

I've been through many threads and have searched for them quite a bit, I was just wondering about other peoples input and experience with them as I don't have a large budget so I want to make sure it will fit/work. This was kinda my last resort, but thank you.

CrawlerCam10 03-22-2019 12:10 PM

Re: What bodies can fit an axial wraith?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by DukeMinnix (Post 5921157)
I meant the OG bodies, shhhhh, we don't have to let people know a brand new wraith with bronco panels is out. :lmao:


I'm quite aware of the new 1.9 wraith axial is releasing soon, I am quite excited for it. I will probably purchase one as soon as I have the money to do so. And I Am interested in the 1966 ford bronco deadbolt body made by proline, thinking of buying one and seeing if I can fit it good. Thank you for you're input.

svt923 03-22-2019 12:26 PM

Re: What bodies can fit an axial wraith?
 
It really depends on what look you are after and how committed you are to getting that look. I would suggest looking through the Wraith picture thread on here to get some ideas

Pretty much any 12.3 inch wheelbase scale body can be made to fit with creative trimming. I've seen people do the Proline SR5 and Jeep Cherokee bodies on the Wraith before.

Axial's Jeep G6 and Deadbolt bodies for a 12 inch wheelbase say they fit the Wraith as well. Proline has a Jeep body that has been recently discontinued but Amain still has them in stock.

https://www.amainhobbies.com/proline...380-00/p235891

The Proline Bronco probably wouldn't be too difficult to fit, just need to cut out the interior.

CrawlerCam10 03-25-2019 08:00 AM

Re: What bodies can fit an axial wraith?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by svt923 (Post 5921202)
It really depends on what look you are after and how committed you are to getting that look. I would suggest looking through the Wraith picture thread on here to get some ideas

Pretty much any 12.3 inch wheelbase scale body can be made to fit with creative trimming. I've seen people do the Proline SR5 and Jeep Cherokee bodies on the Wraith before.

Axial's Jeep G6 and Deadbolt bodies for a 12 inch wheelbase say they fit the Wraith as well. Proline has a Jeep body that has been recently discontinued but Amain still has them in stock.

https://www.amainhobbies.com/proline...380-00/p235891

The Proline Bronco probably wouldn't be too difficult to fit, just need to cut out the interior.

I appreciate you're input, I will keep looking around the forums.


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