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Old 12-24-2007, 08:27 PM   #1
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Default Muggy vs. 8ight-T

What are the pros and cons of each. The vehicle would be driven mostly at the track! How do the muggy's do or are the 8ight-T's set up better for the track!
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8T no doubt, handles better, lighter, true race truck. I think the muggy was meant to be a better handling monster truck, it has the center diff like the buggy/truggys but is still a heavy monster truck.
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there is no comparing the two...8IGHT T hands down!!!!!!!!!!
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