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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    Quote Originally Posted by eric113
    Looks good Steve! Looks like I need to pick up some marine yokes.

    One suggestion is move the upper links on chassis up one hole.

    If you out board the rear shocks it make it way more stable also.

    Btw when can I get my tires back ? :lol2:

    Thanks Eric, I may have to try both of those suggestions. Tires, what tires? Kidding, anytime, I have had them sitting on my shelf since the scale comp. I was planning on giving them back at the state finals, but couldnt make it, so I guess I can just ship them to you now since it has been a while. Let me know, ship them to you, or bring them to you at next comp/gtg.


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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    Steve do you have current pic of your truck ? In reference to your rx question.

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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    I will get som pics up shorlty. But in case I didnt explain the situation propelry, I actually lost the Rx, I think my son hid it from me somewhere.


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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    I made a plate for the rear so that the esc and rx can go, buts it missing the rx...


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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    If you can't find it, I would order a sr3500 rx. It super tiny.Making it super easy to mount.

    http://thebarnfloor.com/catalog/prod...roducts_id=262

    make sure to add it to your cart. The prices drops when you do.

    Another suggestion is to ditch that stock esc. Your running lipo's right ? I would look into getting a Tekin B1R esc. Super small and fully programmable.

    I pick one up used for about $60. Keep your eyes peeled on rcc.

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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    I agree eric, I am about to get the new futaba crawler radio and have been looking for a cheap b1r for a while now. I will check out that rx to.


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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    Quote Originally Posted by sgtsteve
    I agree eric, I am about to get the new futaba crawler radio and have been looking for a cheap b1r for a while now. I will check out that rx to.
    Carver on RCC has one listed in the F/S forum. You may try offer him $60 for it.

    The Rx link I posted is for spektrum radio's so it may not work with the futaba radio.

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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    Just finished narrowing my hammers by about 1/4". Based on what I saw last weekend this will help. Overall I think they kicked butt, great working tires. I might need to modify the foams a bit though, not sure which way I will go with them though. I also have a set of bashers on the way and 1.9 rims.

    Still need to finish up some little patch work but otherwise they are good to go. Also made washer beadlocks, no pics yet though.


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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    I think the crawlr1 foams for the 1.9's would be a perfect fit for the hammers.

    I think you grooved the solid lugs it help soften the tire little bit.

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    Re: SgtSteve gets on board

    Yahoooooo...got my rims.

    Motoworx 5 spoke 1.9 2mm offset





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