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Old 08-05-2010, 08:09 PM   #1
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i am looking for an assembly instructions... Truck is as i received it with 4 others in a lot of RC stuff off of CL





came with these parts


i think it is 1/12 scale... onroad is totally foreign to me, i am sorry if it is a stupid question
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Def a 12th scale.
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IRS Rugrat
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Hey adam_mac84,

The 1/12th scale is a IRS Rugrat, not sure if he has a manual But he has alot of parts for the car. Here's the web site:

http://www.teamirsrc.com/

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i am looking for an assembly instructions... Truck is as i received it with 4 others in a lot of RC stuff off of CL





came with these parts


i think it is 1/12 scale... onroad is totally foreign to me, i am sorry if it is a stupid question
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so it is not associated like i was told i guess *edit, google* it is a conversion apparently, must be why i have 2 chassis plates with same bolt holes... THANKS so much guys

is this worth putting together? i was going to just put it together and try to sell it off, i know nothing about on-road stuff
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Well technically no it isn't an Associated car. Essentially it is an aftermarket modified Associated car as it is based off of an Associated car.
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now in f.s. those parts are too expensive for me to break... i drive 1/10th scale for a reason lol... they don't come in lighweight carbon fiber haha
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