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Old 07-03-2019, 03:04 PM   #161
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...lightweight driver that is hard to find they're typically solid plastic or rubber. I've carved up drivers in spots out of sight like the bottom of the legs, back and butt. One driver had a T shirt so I was able to widdle its torso down to a stick figure then put the T shirt back on.
Agreed, and yes carving up pretty much required. 3d printing people is not easy, a pre-modeled figure would help.

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this driver figure from RC4WD made to bolt right into that interior. I used this one in my VS4-10 interior.
Might be, scale's appropriate, LHS has it in stock.

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Iíve used these in a couple of my interiors. They are fairly lightweight.
Good idea too, kinda the one I've been leaning towards just for the weight factor and painted up they look pretty nice in other peeps builds here.
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Old 08-02-2019, 12:06 PM   #162
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Hwy 49 RC, Rockhugger, and I had a great all day and late into the night crawl last weekend! Check out the awesome completely handmade trailer with leds!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wC-KSKn8Vo0




New ProTek 4100mah 3s LIHVs worked great and maintained good balance so far. Soldered XT-60 plugs on them straight away, only weighed about 3 grams more than the old 3600s that I have, ran for hours on every pack!
ProTek RC 3S 120C Si-Graphene + HV Shorty LiPo Battery (11.4V/4100mAh)
https://www.amainhobbies.com/protek-...116-19/p846216


Rollbar works and looks great, took a few tumbles and only scratched the paint! Lost both front parking light bezels. Thanks again brother Bananaclip! My TF2 and Rockhugger's TRX-4 Defender with pickup body mods.




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Snack time, dinner laters!




Took some test fit measurements and the Incision SCX10ii scale steel driveshaft front shaft would fit F/R on TF2, but maybe little short and only sold in sets. Looking at LockedUpRC DevilRC shafts. One rear shock is pumping oil out, need to rebuild with new o-rings already, was at 3k diff fluid probably going to 5k.

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