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RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build – Part 8 – Electronics

RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build - Part 8 - Electronics

The Build – Part 8 Here we are – the final step! Part 8 of our RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build has us installing the electronics. We’ll be using a RC4WD Outcry Crawler ESC, RC4WD Brushed 45T Boost 540 Crawler Motor, ProTek RC 2S 4300mAh Shortly LiPo Battery and controlling it all with a Futaba 4PL Radio …

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RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build – Part 5 – Drivetrain

RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build - Part 5 - Drivetrain

The Build – Part 5 Part 5 of our RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck build has 4 easy steps – attaching the driveline to the axles. Boom, quick and easy! Before moving on, turn the spur gear to make sure everything is rotating freely. If everything feels good, let’s move on to the steering and shifting. Trail Finder …

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RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build – Part 4 – Suspension

RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build - Part 4 - Suspension

The Build – Part 4 In this Step, we’ll be assembling and attaching both axles to the RC4WD Trail Finder 2. The TF2 uses a leaf spring suspension and internally-sprung shocks for damping. Very cool looking – very realistic. Great job! Go ahead and flex the front and rear suspensions – you know you want to! Ok then, when you’re …

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RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build – Part 3 – Gearbox

RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB Trail Truck Build - Part 3 - Gearbox

The Build – Part 3 The next step in our RC4WD Trail Finder 2 build is attaching parts to the gearbox. The gearbox itself comes pre-assembled so there isn’t really anything to do except attach the mounts and drop it in place. That’s it for this step; set the gearbox aside for a later installation. Time to assemble and install …

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Team Associated RC10B64 Team Kit

Team Associated RC10B64 Team Kit

Team Associated hasn’t forgotten all you carpet/turf folks – the new B64 Team Kit is the same awesome car with specific parts for high bite carpet tracks! Changes from the B64D are small; center slipper clutch, different driveshaft, springs, anti-roll bars and caster blocks. Other than that, the Team Kit is exactly the same as the B64D. These parts optimize …

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Pro-Line Racing BadlandsMX for the Traxxas X-Maxx

Pro-Line Racing BadlandsMX for the Traxxas X-Maxx

Pro-Line has been embracing the Traxxas X-Maxx; they recently released a bad ass Ford F-150 Raptor body and are now teasing the world with these Badlands wrapped around a new set of what look to be beadlock wheels. Not much news has been forwarded to us yet, but rest assured Pro-Line won’t disappoint! Body is awesome; wheels and tires are …

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