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Old 06-04-2007, 08:51 PM   #46
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uhmmm... i think that is Allen Q.'s BJ4, he races at Socal a lot. But i could be wrong!
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Old 06-04-2007, 09:08 PM   #47
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Thats alans BJ4 unless he let them borrow his body
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Old 06-05-2007, 08:20 AM   #48
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If you read the press clip on the front page of 4wdrc it says the AE car had a BJ4 body on it.
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Then it also used the same front spindles and the same slipper assambly along with the upper chassis plate.
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Old 06-05-2007, 08:59 AM   #50
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Yeaaaahh! another car we have to wait for, and when it comes out still have to wait cause its sold out.. yippeeee!!! Unless of course your special!!
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Old 06-05-2007, 09:00 AM   #51
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It should look identical, all they did was take the car and change a few molds to make it look a little different from what i heard from people that saw it..It should be named the Ae Bj4-5 WE LOL..
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4wdrc's front page has the story about the AE 4wd but does not have pics because at the time they didn't know it was an AE car. They said it had a BJ4 body on it. The post with the pics is from a thread someone posted on 4wdrc, but not from X-Factory. They are most likely two separate reports.
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the car is pretty much the same as the bj4 it would be cool if you could convert it to the ae 4wd to
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the car is pretty much the same as the bj4 it would be cool if you could convert it to the ae 4wd to
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i wonder if it will be belt drive (like a tc5 converted)
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See post #1.
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sorry i mean convert the bj4 to a ae
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stupid question, but isnt the BJ4 made by associated?
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stupid question, but isnt the BJ4 made by associated?
The BJ4 is designed around AE parts, but isn't made from them. JConcepts and AE worked together though to make it.
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sorry i mean convert the bj4 to a ae
Why do that?
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