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Old 11-03-2017, 06:31 AM   #1321
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Anyone try a Delta Plastiks body? There is a crazy video with a guy smashing one with a big hammer. I'm gonna give one a go.
I haven't seen any other than car or short course truck bodies. Can u post a link to video and link to bodies
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Just got them. Thank you T-Bone. Those rear nylon mud guards are bulletproof. As for the full nylon bombproof chassis skid, guess I'm the only MT410 owner to get/own one






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Old 11-03-2017, 10:02 AM   #1323
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I always do the shoe goo job in the places most likely to crack. Then I just do extra shoe goo/drywall tape in the future when needed. I’ve tried gorilla tape many times in the past and I feel it’s worthless compared to a good goo job. I brace the inside(with Kydex or truck bed liner pieces) of most of my bodies too like in picture. They flex much less on lid landings when you do this. I get very long lives out of my bodies....I enjoy the challenge of making them strong and then finding ways to repair and strengthen them once they get beat up.
Makes sense i think i find satisfaction in the same thing haha, thanks for the pic! After about 5 of my bash sessions the used body i got with my truck was complete garbage. Shoe goo and drywall tape method saved the body and 100% brought it back to life for its next 40 or so packs of bashing i've put her through.

Vettehigh, those m2c braces look awesome along with your Tbone gear! Any more specs on the skidplate, how it installs, thickness, etc.? Does it have a sticky side that glues to the bottom of your chassis or is it only held on my a few screws on each end? I have one of those thicker flexible plastic skids on mine that had adhesive tape but its pretty torn up from rocky terrain bashing and me peeling it back to access screws. On the fence about something like a Tbone or just just running as is.
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Makes sense i think i find satisfaction in the same thing haha, thanks for the pic! After about 5 of my bash sessions the used body i got with my truck was complete garbage. Shoe goo and drywall tape method saved the body and 100% brought it back to life for its next 40 or so packs of bashing i've put her through.

Vettehigh, those m2c braces look awesome along with your Tbone gear! Any more specs on the skidplate, how it installs, thickness, etc.? Does it have a sticky side that glues to the bottom of your chassis or is it only held on my a few screws on each end? I have one of those thicker flexible plastic skids on mine that had adhesive tape but its pretty torn up from rocky terrain bashing and me peeling it back to access screws. On the fence about something like a Tbone or just just running as is.
It's solid .125 nylon and it goes under front/rear TBR bumpers. I had TBR drill the mounting holes too. M4 screws are supplied by TBR with the bumpers I bought from them. You unscrew the 4 front bumper screws, you then unscrew the 4 rear bumper screws, you then put the .125 nylon chassis skid on, you then put the front/rear TBR bumpers on top of the nylon chassis skid, you then screw in all 4 front bumper screws and 4 rear bumper screws, then you are done

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Rear TBR bumper #57021

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Does T-Bone provide 8 longer screws? There’s extra thickness now that screws are going thru bumpers and skid...so less screw into diff cases.
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Does T-Bone provide 8 longer screws? There’s extra thickness now that screws are going thru bumpers and skid...so less screw into diff cases.
The screws they gave me for the front bumper fit perfect with this skid. The screws they gave me for the rear bumper will screw in also with this skid, but longer would be better (rears). I went with 4x15mm (4)
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Ok. Yeah its think it’s best to have maximum length of the screw into the diff cases.
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Ok. Yeah its think it’s best to have maximum length of the screw into the diff cases.
Just can't be to long and if so, trouble might happen

Mine could be a hair longer, but it's a perfect fit with a hair to spare
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Now available for purchase @ $9.99 https://tboneracing.net/collections/...ds-tekno-mt410

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Anyone try out Gorilla string? Stuff is amazing for strapping tires.



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Anyone try out Gorilla string? Stuff is amazing for strapping tires.



Gorilla string is amazing stuff for strapping tires
Is there a specific knot you use to keep the line from losing tension while you tie it?
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Present potential buyers (I presently have one) for the MT410, they all seem to be outta stock
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Present potential buyers for the MT410, they all seem to be outta stock
I believe Fierce RC has 1 in stock

http://www.fiercercsolutions.com/TKR5603MT410-1-10th-Electric-44-Pro-Monster-Truck-Kit-TKR5603.htm

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