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New Cen 1/10 Scale Solid Axle Monster Truck Coming Soon

New Cen 1/10 Scale Solid Axle Monster Truck Coming Soon

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Old 01-11-2019, 08:51 PM
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This looks interesting. Don't know how well-built Cen trucks are, but this truck looks great. With a wheelbase of 10.82" , that would make this truck the size of a Traxxas Stampede 4 x 4. If this truck isn't too much money, I'll be the guinea pig and buy one and give it a good beating.
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My first impression is somewhat "Plastic-fantastic", but fingers crossed!
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My first impression is somewhat "Plastic-fantastic", but fingers crossed!
I couldn't tell if the chassis was plastic or metal.
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Chassis screams plastic to me, but I could be wrong. Nothing wrong with plastic chassis though if designed correctly. Carriers, spindles (sometimes whole axle) and linkages however, tend to suffer from serious bashing if not made of (quality) metal. Thats my experiance anyway, but I'm coming from 1/8 scale and this is 1/10 I believe (?).
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Cen monster trucks have been twin vertical plates before. That may be what this new one has too.

The second truck looks like a mini size and I'm really curious about it. Hopefully we get more info soon.
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