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What Tamiya M series is this

Old 09-13-2020, 03:05 AM
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Thanks in advance for the help. I just picked this up at a 2nd had store for $10 and wanted to know what Tamiya M series it is so I can order parts and get her back on the road if the still make them. If not, I will just have a nice shelf piece then. And was $10 to much for this? Won't hurt my feelings if it was. Just curios. Because I haven't made 10 posts I can't upload the pictures. So I guess never mind.

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Old 09-13-2020, 05:04 AM
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Originally Posted by armydude1212 View Post
Thanks in advance for the help. I just picked this up at a 2nd-hand store for $10 and wanted to know what Tamiya M series it is so I can order parts and get her back on the road if the still make them. If not, I will just have a nice shelf piece then. And was $10 to much for this? Won't hurt my feelings if it was. Just curios. Because I haven't made 10 posts I can't upload the pictures. So I guess never mind.
So question and answer then
FWD or RWD?
Monoshock design?

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Or have a look over here type in M-01 to M-08:
tamiyabase.com/chassis

Let us know what it is?
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It is FWD and has one horizontal shock in the front. The servo mount is near the rear, and has a skinny metal rod, like what is used in aircraft, to control the steering.
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I believe it is an M-01 but it doesn't have a rear monoshock like shown in the data base. I couldn't find the exact match but I think that is the closest.
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I can finally post pictures. Can someone help identify this please.



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Old 09-16-2020, 08:23 AM
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Looks like an M-01 to me.

https://tamiyabase.com/chassis/59-m-01
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I believe it is an M-01 but it doesn't have a rear monoshock like shown in the data base.
Looks to me like it does.
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