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Old 10-22-2007, 05:12 PM
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Anyone have one of these? I just bought one cheap and wanted to see how they actually go together. Most of it already is assembled, but i need help with the steering and the body posts and such. any help would be great, thanks.

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Old 10-23-2007, 03:03 AM
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You can get direct support from www.tgr.com.tr or [email protected] for all of your questions.

Which body and servo are you using?

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i was just hoping someone on here had on. I don't have a body for it yet and i'm using a S3114 servo.
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here's what i have so far...





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If you'll use an autoscale body than install the nose part that comes withit and drill 2 holes on the body rear for the bodyposts.

If you use a lexan body, i suggest you to buy a "hurda mounting kit" which covers front bodyposts and also a bumper. In this combination you'll mount the body as regular 1/10,1/8 bodies.

I see that steering linkage is already assembled and it mightbe trivial to apply. Due to servo horns, sometimes you may need the file the center eyelet a little or use some washers between servo and servomount to move the servo to the front if you don't have enough clearance.

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