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Old 04-08-2011, 10:25 AM   #1
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I want to buy new electric off-road car. I want to switch Ansmman Racing 1/10 4WD Blizzard or Caster Racing SK10. Thanks
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Where are you located? How do you plan on getting parts?

Which Caster 1/10 are you looking at? Pro aluminum or sport plastic?
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I was in Latvia. I looking for sport plastic. With parts no problems.
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I just went and found the annsman. It looks like the TQ and it appears that you are comparing a Cadillac Escalade to a GMC Yukon Denali.

The choice is up to you. Price and parts availibility are pretty much it.

Unless you step up into the Caster Pro.

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So Caster it is then. Annsman has no tech support as far as I know of.
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When Caster yes?
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That's why there is TQ - race knowledge and support. Thanks - the car does have a good ride like a Caddie!!!!
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Although I dont have the TQ 4x4, their 2wd buggy is tits! I have been very satisfied with it. No buyers remorse here.
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