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Old 09-18-2007, 09:47 AM   #16
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The GT2 is a fantastic truck, about the only thing you might want to do is put a set of RPM control arms on each end and you have a fast, durable truck.

Not 24 hours ago my GT2 was thrown in with the Monster Truck class at Leisure Hours in Joliet, IL. They had bigger motors, more suspension travel, 4 wheel drive, and huge tires. What did I have? A 3 lap lead at the finish.
lol, that's cool. My buddies were all just there for the ftms which I had to miss. They said that track is pretty wild!

I love the gt2. Easiest driving truck I've had yet. I recently bought an AD2 but sold it after running one tank. It's an excellent truck too I'm just an ae guy. Sold it to my buddy and now he's been fighting me around the track ever since. Can't go wrong with either truck.
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