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Old 09-10-2013, 05:38 PM   #16
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It is an OEM design that lots of companies are using with minor tweaks between them, with he main difference being the colour of the anodizing I am all for choice, If i had not just bought Spec-R's i would have gotten the new Hobao's as im a fan boy. I have also had Team-C off road cars and might have considered these also, they have great service out of Hong Kong.
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Is this car available yet??
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It's more like ”C” for the toilet bowl stuff...........lol.......
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Is the "C" for clone or copy?
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It's more like ”C” for the toilet bowl stuff...........lol.......
And the shaft in shaft drive is for being shafted?
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It's more like having a shaft Roger, not a belt....lol...
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I guess your ”being shafted ” experience is not for this forum ....
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