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Old 01-14-2011, 10:39 PM   #1
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Default RC SCALE deference between RC CRAWLER

Question for those owning this two kit
whats the difference between the two (Rc scale and Rc crawler)?
i like tamiya CC01 body shell, but do not know if can use as crawler
or better to buy AX10 and put the body i want like ford, wrangler (do not know if can fit)
Could someone enlighthen me the difference between the two
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"RC SCALE" and "RC CRAWLER"? Who is the manufacturer?

What are your plans? Do you want to compete at crawling comps or do you want something more scale that crawls and looks cool?
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"RC SCALE" and "RC CRAWLER"? Who is the manufacturer?

What are your plans? Do you want to compete at crawling comps or do you want something more scale that crawls and looks cool?
the second one "something more scale that crawls and looks cool"
do you have any recommendation for the brand?
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Just my personal opinion, I would buy the Axial SCX-10 Honcho or TR Dingo. The Honcho is a little longer so you have to watch what bodies you buy. The thing with the Axial is you can find parts very easy. I guess it all depends on what you want. I have a Honcho myself that I built from a AX-10. The AX-10 version crawled alot better but the Honcho version is a scale crawler. All depends on what you want to do with it. Another good site to get all the info you need is: RCCrawler.com you can find all the info you need there. Good Luck-
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I,m a big Tamiya fan, I love my CC-01 and with a few easy mods it climbs pretty good. anyway how scale is it when your crawling things you would never take your real truck on. it comes down to what you want. here is a video I took of my "scale crawler" Tamiya CC-01 TLC
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8Rz7Ki_I40
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Just my personal opinion, I would buy the Axial SCX-10 Honcho or TR Dingo. The Honcho is a little longer so you have to watch what bodies you buy. The thing with the Axial is you can find parts very easy. I guess it all depends on what you want. I have a Honcho myself that I built from a AX-10. The AX-10 version crawled alot better but the Honcho version is a scale crawler. All depends on what you want to do with it. Another good site to get all the info you need is: RCCrawler.com you can find all the info you need there. Good Luck-
x2 on the SCX-10. The aftermarket parts for Axial Crawlers is extensive. The SCX-10 has a lot of body options as well, like Pro-Line's Jeep Cherokee body. You can even add their floor pan and interior for more scale looks.
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