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Old 03-18-2012, 06:56 PM
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MUD Season is OPEN! Check this out:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syiEcWQQjO0

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Old 03-18-2012, 08:35 PM
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please read befor you post. we always like to see videos, but there is a spot to post videos to keep it clean. thanks man. and yes, people watch the videos in the subthread...i watched about 4 hours or crawler, and scaler videos one night!! hey wat can i say..its either crappy tv or cool rc crawler videos!!
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Old 03-18-2012, 10:26 PM
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please read befor you post. we always like to see videos, but there is a spot to post videos to keep it clean. thanks man. and yes, people watch the videos in the subthread...i watched about 4 hours or crawler, and scaler videos one night!! hey wat can i say..its either crappy tv or cool rc crawler videos!!
Must of sliped my eyes! Sorry for disturbing the peace. Well, on the other hand it does say "Crawler video's", yet my truck is a scaler. Don't get me wrong I am posting in a Crawler forum, but that is only because there is no Scaler forum.

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haha...no worries man. and scalers are usually considered crawlers. its cool tho. like i said..i always like to see vids of others projects, cars, and such. keep up the good work. also i love that body...i wanna try to make one fit my tamiya cc01!
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I have a Tundra High Lift body sitting on a CC-01 chassis. Granted not the best paint job but here's the thread on how I set mine up:

http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/tamiy...ld-thread.html
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haha...no worries man. and scalers are usually considered crawlers. its cool tho. like i said..i always like to see vids of others projects, cars, and such. keep up the good work. also i love that body...i wanna try to make one fit my tamiya cc01!
Not where I'm from haha. But anyway no worries next time she'll be posted in the new section. Should be pretty straight forward, just stretch the chassis and a custom body mount. I remember seeing one a while back and man it looked good. I had to take a second look at it myself.

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I have a Tundra High Lift body sitting on a CC-01 chassis. Granted not the best paint job but here's the thread on how I set mine up:

http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/tamiy...ld-thread.html
That body actually suits that chassis real well too! Looks good!

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