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Old 03-19-2009, 02:17 PM   #1
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I'm looking into getting into stadium trucks but I have a few questons before I goand buy one. Which truck between the rc10t4 and xxx-t has a larger availability of parts? and which one is more durable not for bashing but racing?
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are u a trucker and plan on racing a different venue every week? imho since horizon took over losi in the socal area at least losi parts are somewhat harder to come by than associated. either way u go they're the most popular stadium trucks at the track and if there's a on site hobby shop they probably will carry both
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for what my 2 cents are worth, I think that the t4 has better parts availibilty, i have both so i can say that associated has more parts available. It depends on your local hobby shop though. The t4 parts are cheaper compared to the xxxt cr, the cr is like 10 bucks for rear a arms and 6 for the front ones. The t4 is like 3.50 for the front and 6 for the rear. also, the t4 is way easier to set up for most tracks. The xxxt cr is way to difficult unless you know what you are doing. The t4 has a more open setup for different tracks, like the associated setups on there website will work for most tracks.

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thanks for your input guys and no i'm not a trucker.
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I'm looking into getting into stadium trucks but I have a few questons before I goand buy one. Which truck between the rc10t4 and xxx-t has a larger availability of parts? and which one is more durable not for bashing but racing?
Thanks in advance
Mike Larrow
I have a XXX-T for sale if you do decide to go with Losi. It has been a great truck. Many wins on it. So just me a message if you are interested. Thanks Cory
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