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Old 07-25-2009, 09:19 PM   #21
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wow nice car how dose it pefform where did u buy it going to get one when money is good next week i get paid so we are looking good

First off thanks, i got mine from rcrockcrawling.com it was 299.99 before electronics. As far as how it handles from my point of view it handles great but im also pretty new to this. The skidplate gets hung up kind of easy on the right rocks but overall i love it!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:42 PM   #22
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that is a good lookin truck. i am eager to see how those shocks work! one thing that jumped out at me was hot the shocks seem to point in at the bottom. if you can move the lower attach point out i would for better shock tune ability but make sure nothing is going to bind or break!
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:44 PM   #23
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First off thanks, i got mine from rcrockcrawling.com it was 299.99 before electronics. As far as how it handles from my point of view it handles great but im also pretty new to this. The skidplate gets hung up kind of easy on the right rocks but overall i love it!!
can you make the skid kinda like a ramp you know angled so it wont snag as easily
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Old 07-25-2009, 10:02 PM   #24
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that is a good lookin truck. i am eager to see how those shocks work! one thing that jumped out at me was hot the shocks seem to point in at the bottom. if you can move the lower attach point out i would for better shock tune ability but make sure nothing is going to bind or break!
Thank you, the shocks point in because of my mounting choice on the actual rig i haven't started messing around with different positions but thank you for your insight.

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can you make the skid kinda like a ramp you know angled so it wont snag as easily
I actually just looked at it and i think i can try to fab something up that thought didn't even cross my mind!
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Old 07-25-2009, 10:12 PM   #25
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First off thanks, i got mine from rcrockcrawling.com it was 299.99 before electronics. As far as how it handles from my point of view it handles great but im also pretty new to this. The skidplate gets hung up kind of easy on the right rocks but overall i love it!!
maybe just run the hell out of it and the lip will wear itself out.
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