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Old 01-16-2023, 01:40 PM
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Originally Posted by ta_man View Post
I have both cars and I can tell you that the Redcat tray is not a bolt-on to the SCRT10.

At a minimum you would need to drill AND COUNTERSINK a number of holes to mount the Redcat tray on the SCRT10. They have no battery tray holes in common. A major issue is that the Redcat chassis is wider at the rear than the SCRT10 and a screw that goes through a flat part of the chassis into the Redcat tray at the rear will end up going through the SCRT10 chassis in the area where it is bent up at the side and the stone guard screws to the chassis. So you'd need to remove part of the SCRT10 stone guard and in addition modify the Redcat tray to account for the outer bend in the SCRT10 chassis.

I think the Redcat chassis and tray is a much better design than the SCRT10. That's probably because it came afterward and they learned from the SCRT10. I sold an SCRT10 and replaced it with a Redcat.
It might come to drilling the chassis. I'm going to look to see if I can modify the stock tray but doesn't look easy.
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Originally Posted by MrWesson View Post
It might come to drilling the chassis. I'm going to look to see if I can modify the stock tray but doesn't look easy.
Since the Redcat tray has no holes in common with the SCRT10 chassis it might make sense to choose something that would be a better fit like the SCTE 1.0 tray which won't require you to drill and countersink the angled part of the chassis.
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