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Couple of Mini Crawlers - been bitten by the bug

Couple of Mini Crawlers - been bitten by the bug

Old 11-04-2022, 10:30 PM
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Have always had 1/10 scale on-road and off-road cars, and always the racing cars. Never introduced to the crawler stuff, but happened across these one day at the LHS, and well, here we are . . .

The Axial 1/24 Bronco:
Here it is stock





And with a few upgrades:





And the Deadbolt, with upgrades installed (no shots of it stock...)





And the FMS FCX24 - this thing is awesome!

Got this a couple of weeks ago and have already added some upgrades, most notably the McCue rear links - which extends the wheelbase 28mm. Have to use a longer rear drive shaft as the stock one is too short. I used an Injora metal SCX24 Gladiator rear driver shaft. Fits perfect!



Brass portal covers in the front for added weight.







And... decided to pick-up a couple of TRX-4's too.





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Old 11-10-2022, 05:14 AM
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I'm in the same boat. always been racing and didn't see the fun in crawling.
well, my LHS set me up lol
so I drove an axial carpa 1/18th scale, and was a lot of fun and kinda relaxing.
so I walked out with 2 of them so now the new adventure begins.
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I like that FMS

Will you buy the new TRX4-M 1/18 ?
I like the motor size in this better than 24s. And the bigger hex screws makes it easy work on
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