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Old 12-12-2011, 05:11 PM   #1
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hello, i have a question.......Did ofna make a 2wd 2/8th buggy?
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A 1/4 scale OFNA? Heck no.
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sorry 1/8th
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the laro d2 diablo i believe it was called was available as 2 or 4 wheel drive.
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Are there outdrives or holes in the side of the front gearbox? I have never seen a 2wd nitro buggy.
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A 1/4 scale OFNA? Heck no.
hehehehe. good stuff, using math.
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Someone turned it into a 2wd, but that's the Ultra LX one.
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hehehehe. good stuff, using math.
Just had to!
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Someone turned it into a 2wd, but that's the Ultra LX one.
Yeah thats what I was thinking. Looked as if there were places for cvds or dogbones, and I knew there was no way any real company would make a 2wd 8th scale like this!
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Yes, definitely converted. One dead giveaway-- There would be NO reason to use a center diff on a 2wd. It has zero use and would drive manufacturing costs up. Any factory 2wd wouldn't have it.
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