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Old 08-12-2019, 04:46 PM   #81
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Like Shinchu, I went with the Vaterra 1968 F100 truggy and the 11.8" wheelbase, but I wanted a lower stance, which meant shorter tires (1.9 Braven Berserkers) and some trimming. I also made a rear hinge mount for the cage. Here's how it looked after painting but before detailing:
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I'm happy with the stance and the overall look. Okay with but not crazy about the truck as a whole, but that's another story.
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Old 08-22-2019, 12:56 AM   #82
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Anyone know if the Proline Toyota 1985 Hilux body fits okay? It says It's a 12.3" wheelbase but i'd like to make sure before ordering one.
https://www.prolineracing.com/bodies...dy-cab-bed.asp

I saw a proline toyota body in a previous post in this thread, but it says (honcho) after the body name and I wasn't sure if it was the same one as the hilux.
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Old 08-22-2019, 01:30 AM   #83
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Anyone know if the Proline Toyota 1985 Hilux body fits okay? It says It's a 12.3" wheelbase but i'd like to make sure before ordering one.
https://www.prolineracing.com/bodies...dy-cab-bed.asp

I saw a proline toyota body in a previous post in this thread, but it says (honcho) after the body name and I wasn't sure if it was the same one as the hilux.
It was mine, it's the same one

Btw, I've gone full honcho since then...

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Old 08-22-2019, 02:27 AM   #84
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It was mine, it's the same one

Btw, I've gone full honcho since then...
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Old 08-25-2019, 06:19 PM   #85
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After playing around with the Proline Chevy K10 body on my Enduro Kit for the past month, I fitted an Axial Wraith body to gain better approach and departure angles. Also, now have an excellent front bumper from Scalerfab that further helps with the approach angle.

Considering that the Enduro Receiver Box is so ridiculously oversized, has anyone found a smaller substitute?
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Old 08-29-2019, 09:11 AM   #86
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people have used axial and traxxas boxes.
any waterproof container would work.

does pelican make a business card case? lol

actually... ?
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Like Shinchu, I went with the Vaterra 1968 F100 truggy and the 11.8" wheelbase, but I wanted a lower stance, which meant shorter tires (1.9 Braven Berserkers) and some trimming. I also made a rear hinge mount for the cage. Here's how it looked after painting but before detailing:
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I'm happy with the stance and the overall look. Okay with but not crazy about the truck as a whole, but that's another story.
Shinchu approves of this
any pointers on that cage hinge? i still might toss the proline 79 ferd with ascender cage on there. eventually.
yours looks great!
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Old 08-29-2019, 05:25 PM   #88
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Iím doing the axial c10 on mine right now. Just got the k5 grill today before I left on vacation. So I know what Iím doing when I get back.




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^^^ We are anxiously awaiting the full-color reveal of that thing, my man...
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I keep trying to find new ideas for a new body option, here's one coming from Carisma - 313mm Subaru Brat from their new SCA-1E model - killer fender flares!:



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I keep trying to find new ideas for a new body option, here's one coming from Carisma - 313mm Subaru Brat from their new SCA-1E model - killer fender flares!:









Thatís kinda cool.


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It'll look huge (scale-wise) compared with everything else out there, but that kinda makes it all the more entertaining - Get outta the way of the GIANT Subaru Brat!
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I don't even have an Enduro kit yet (soon... soon.), but I've got a few of the Proline Jeep Wrangler Unlimited bodies that I grabbed from HK when they were blowing them out for a couple bucks each. Since my wife has a 2015 Wrangler Unlimited, it seems like the perfect body for the kit.
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Old 09-12-2019, 03:42 AM   #94
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I may be the oddball here, but I actually like the short stocky Endero Sendero lid. I did buy a new clear one to paint up, but knows when I'll get around to it.
You are not alone . I like it too.
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Old 09-14-2019, 06:16 PM   #95
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I donít know/think this should happen, but hereís a freshly painted J-Concepts Bajr (for a Slash) sitting atop a Sendero. I think theyíre like $30ish and can be seriously beaten onó-perhaps if you had some under ten year olds around, like these feral nephews of mine that had no idea how bad they were abusing a pretty little Bronco here last week, lol


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