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Old 03-14-2011, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default Stock trail trekker

I bought one of the Trail Trekkers and so far its been a blast to play with.No mods as of yet except I pulled the decal designs off and used a fine tip marker to draw the door lines.
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Old 03-14-2011, 02:54 PM   #2
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how does it look without decals?
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looks much better..i have on myself and i took the decals off..im now planning to put a roof rack, probably out of a matchbox LOL.
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Could you look and see if the trailtrekker brass ball studs are taller than the mini t studs?
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im not sure about the mini t studs, but i think it will be same length as the micro crawler studs..if that helps
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Old 04-13-2011, 11:30 AM   #6
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Oh hey thanks airwulf the micro crawler and mini-t use the same brass ballstus I should of been more clear on my question on losi website the brass ballstuds where the top of the shocks attach to the chassis seem th be a bit taller than the micro crawler studs have u noticed this?
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they are taller. one of the new upgrades to the trekker was in boarding the shocks more with taller studs
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Old 04-14-2011, 12:06 PM   #8
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Ok so i just bought my first crawler yester day. I must say i hate the fact that i just found out about these things they're awesome...

does anyone know what size scale model car body to use with the trail trekker or where i can get upgrades for my crawler?( chassis,lights,winch etc)
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Old 04-14-2011, 12:45 PM   #9
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Ok so i just bought my first crawler yester day. I must say i hate the fact that i just found out about these things they're awesome...

does anyone know what size scale model car body to use with the trail trekker or where i can get upgrades for my crawler?( chassis,lights,winch etc)
the most common are 1/24 and 1/20 but I have seen 1/18,1/25 and even smaller. you pretty much want to make sure the body is the right width and the wheels dont look to out of scale.

Look around and do some searching in the Losi micro rock crawler and Micro scale rigs sub forum and you will find lots of info,ideas & parts
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Old 04-14-2011, 03:19 PM   #10
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You take the rubber stopper on the shocks off for a little added flex.I just bought some of the LD racing 8trax in aluminum and some rc4wd tires.
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the most common are 1/24 and 1/20 but I have seen 1/18,1/25 and even smaller. you pretty much want to make sure the body is the right width and the wheels dont look to out of scale.

Look around and do some searching in the Losi micro rock crawler and Micro scale rigs sub forum and you will find lots of info,ideas & parts
thanks,

i just got my first crawler and am hooked
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Old 04-15-2011, 08:46 AM   #12
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You take the rubber stopper on the shocks off for a little added flex.I just bought some of the LD racing 8trax in aluminum and some rc4wd tires.
are they stiffer than stock do you roll more/ lose flex?
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