2 New Bright Rock Crawlers

Old 04-25-2009, 02:56 PM
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I have two different rock crawlers for sale. One is a 1/6 scale Jeep with hand cut tires and locked axles. It has all stock electronics and twin 540 motors, one on each axle. The second one is a 1/10th scale that is pretty much stock but modified to climb a sheer face. It includes an FJ cruiser body but I was not able to take a pic of it since it was at work. It has stock electronics as well and twin motors that are smaller than 540 size. Not sure on the size but the gearing is pretty kick ass. Both usually take AA9.6v packs but I've used 7.2v hobby packs before with no issues. These are not quite hobby grade by any means but both will climb most anything and are great for kids or beginners. Throw some hobby grade electronics in and learn a little something if you've never done crawling before. Make offers on either one or both. I can ship them out whenever you want.

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daily bump.. please make an offer... will ship asap
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What is the distance between the centers of the wheel wells on the big Jeep? Wondering if this would fit on a Summit.
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Like the Jeep body do ya? I have two of em. lol Lemme measure tonight and I can get back with you soon. I would imagine you could use it on your Summit. You will have to drill holes for body posts and whatnot though. It is a tough as nails ABS body.
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The Jeep Body wheelbase is between 16.5" and 17". I hope this helps. I also have a H3 body that is pretty detailed but does not have an interior and is in pieces because I was gonna paint it for my other crawler that has a similar wheelbase.
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Just picked up another body for it today.. will sell bodies seperately if needed!

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ha i used to have that truck, it completely broke on me and it is slow
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Originally Posted by flakey712
ha i used to have that truck, it completely broke on me and it is slow
It's no racer, that's for sure but this thing has worked perfectly with no problems. I wrap the holes in the chassis to keep dirt and dust out of the motors and off the board. Like I said, it works really stinkin well for a store bought rc crawler. I have two not for parts but because I liked it and wanted my girlfriend to drive one. She has a blast.
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Daily bump.. will start accepting trade offers now as well.. .anyone>?
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Anyone got any batteries they would trade for one? Controllers? Anything? I'm up for anything that's smaller. Bump of the day
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