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Old 02-05-2019, 05:56 PM   #21
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Update #4. And.... It was a shirt. Lol The gift package was a shirt. Oddly enough, I received the gift package before they even shipped out my replacement parts. But the parts are on their way so they (RC4WD) at least done me right which is all a customer should expect. Was it in a timely manner? No. Was it easy to reach someone? No. They definitely need to work on that aspect.

As far as the bearing issue is concerned, I replaced the stock bearings with Fast Eddy ones before I ever ran the axles.. I saw no difference in bearing size between the two. I just hope the fast Eddy ones aren't wrong too!
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Old 09-10-2020, 04:29 PM   #22
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Zombie thread - A question...

If RC4WD is shyte, is there an Comp RTR out there anyone would recommend? I'm getting back into crawling after a few years away. The market has changed! I don't care about a licensed body. I'm looking for a vehicle that hangs on walls like an insect and looks like an alien.
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Old 09-25-2020, 09:36 AM   #23
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I dont know of any decent comp crawlers that come rtr. Most guys pick a set of axles, a chassis, and there own formula of links and shocks. I know Dlux makes some sweet motor on axle style comp axles. The budget minded option is to use exceed axles, just make sure to get the ones with metal gears.
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Old 01-10-2021, 04:38 AM   #24
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My Bully 2 kit was supplied without motor pinions and the two 8mm body spacers were missing too

Luckily the (UK) supplier had the pinions, RC4WD in the US promised me the spacers, three weeks later Im still waiting....I got round the spacer issue with some from my parts stash, but it aint rocket science putting the right parts in the kit in the first place..Axial seem pretty good at it...
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