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Old 03-24-2019, 12:28 PM
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Ok, so now that a new 4wd buggy is confirmed, onto the serious question! “Where can I get front wheels for it?” (he he..)
I will try to be vigilant in cleaning up “can I run TLR wheels” and other inevitable questions that a quick search would answer

Now let’s move on and discuss the durability of the front arms... lol

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Old 03-24-2019, 12:33 PM
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I want a rc with clear plastic like that.
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Old 03-24-2019, 03:32 PM
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Lol. Amain has Mono fronts in stock if that is what you are looking for. There's an interview on the car with Bob Stellflue on JConcepts' facebook page, but unfortunately there's neither much information nor an ETA.
I was just making a light-hearted joke. When the B64 came out with 12mm taxes, the topic consumed a couple of pages.
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Old 03-24-2019, 04:54 PM
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So I just got custom bodies done for my b64 buggy. I definitely want to pre order this buggy ASAP but does anyone think the b64 bodies will fit the b74?
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Old 03-24-2019, 06:07 PM
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Just saw video of one of these running at track. Looked super dialed in.

Facebook stinks, but that is where I saw video.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...​​
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So I just got custom bodies done for my b64 buggy. I definitely want to pre order this buggy ASAP but does anyone think the b64 bodies will fit the b74?
From looking at the pics from the JC carpet race I don't think they will.
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Old 03-25-2019, 09:36 AM
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Now let’s move on and discuss the durability of the front arms... lol

Not only did I not have a problem with the Front arms the rear either,I ran hard arms all the way around.I just liked the feel of them.I did have some complete carnage now and then from full frontal impacts in to Non Movable Objects. I Have been driving along time so Your Mileage may vary LOL
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From looking at the pics from the JC carpet race I don't think they will.
Ya to me it doesn’t look like the front of the body where the steering assembly is will fit now that I look at it...
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Not much excitement for this car?
10 days after the first post for the B64 it had 18 pages and over 250 comments.
Personally Im really looking forward to this one.
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Not much excitement for this car?
10 days after the first post for the B64 it had 18 pages and over 250 comments.
Personally Im really looking forward to this one.
Most probably people are waiting for a bit more information. Also, there are more viable options on the market than two years ago. I am quite sure the B74 will be at least as popular as the B64 once it hits the shelves. Although I am not buying the prototype/no time frame story, I will probably buy the B74 as my next kit.
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Let's be honest there was a lot to improve on the b44.3, and people were anxiously waiting for the successor to that.
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10 days after the first post for the B64 it had 18 pages and over 250 comments.
We were really concerned about front wheel availability..
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Hard to get excited, without a release date.
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Hard to get excited, without a release date.
If the leaked pages are to be trusted, April 30th is the current date that distributors expect to get their hands on them.
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