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Old 10-24-2007, 11:22 PM   #1
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does anyone know if there are differences in the chassis?
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Old 10-25-2007, 03:36 AM   #2
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Pretty much everything. The DT-02 is a 2WD buggy, DF-02 is 4WD. The only thing that the two chassis might share are the dogbones.
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thanks! I only reason why I asked is the Dinball advertise their parts for the DT02 and DF02 as compatiable, but i thought it seem wrong
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Pretty sure they have them listed like that just to avoid making a separate section for the DT-02 Items, Of which there is only 5 or 6. And the items for the DT-02 are clearly marked.
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What's a DF-2 and DT-02?
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dt02 and df02 are tamiya buggy chassis numbers. dt02 = 2wd buggies like the sand viper, desert gator and super fighter g. df02 = 4wd buggies like the rising storm and gravel hound.

these are pretty good buggies, look cool and handle pretty well as stock kits, but you don't see many of them around.
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