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  1. #41
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    HPI Baja Bug..


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    HPI Defender 90 (#7199 for Savage), fits nicely with some widening of the front wheelwells for travel clearance.


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    CHEVY all the way
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    How well does this body fit on a pede? I mean, how much custom mods do you have to do to make it fit?
    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXEUZ1&P=7
    It's the '73 Bronco body listed in the first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstampede
    How well does this body fit on a pede? I mean, how much custom mods do you have to do to make it fit?
    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXEUZ1&P=7
    It's the '73 Bronco body listed in the first post.
    One of the pictures on the first page still works :

    http://e.domaindlx.com/philipeve/broncopede1.JPG

    It looks a little big to me, being that the body is for the Maxx trucks and is rather wide. If you need to do any modifications do get it to fit, it would probably just be something small like a body mount modification.
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    well i have the hummvee urban body but for the pede not the maxx lol, here it is on my pede vxl


    http://i247.photobucket.com/albums/g...0/100_3059.jpg
    http://i247.photobucket.com/albums/g...0/100_3054.jpg
    http://i247.photobucket.com/albums/g...0/100_3050.jpg
    http://i247.photobucket.com/albums/g...0/100_3033.jpg
    http://i247.photobucket.com/albums/g...0/100_3030.jpg
    http://i247.photobucket.com/albums/g...0/100_3027.jpg



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    these bodys fit pretty good (just a little tight) but they work.

    http://i283.photobucket.com/albums/k...Picture012.jpg

    http://i283.photobucket.com/albums/k...Picture016.jpg



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    Here is my sons pede with the Parma Grave Digger Body on it.

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    HPI Cuda


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    This works great with modified mounts. It is a Pro-Line Desert Rat for the electric Rustler.







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    With a little modding of the body posts, a Pro Line Desert Rat for the E Rustler will fit nicely. This is on a 1" extended CF chassis.

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    This is a Parma 200mm body. Paint design and finger on the trigger by 14 y/o w/ great attitude and many challenges.
    He wanted what I perceived as a High School parking lot hot rod type drag car. 2 Coats of light blue metallic rattle can followed by 4 coats of black. Body mounting, front bumper, dremel and masking by myself. He spent about 3 hours cutting and placing all the "racing" decals on it himself. Help with the mirror decal placement on other side.
    We had to use a wide conversion to run this body along with a Integy wheelie bar and TRX alum wheels to keep the rear end intact.

    Raw:


    In Process, testing clearances and they are close, but it works w/o rubbing, even during wheelie stands:


    Done and mildy scraped and bashed during "testing/let's dry the paint the fun way!":




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    Pro Line Stampede body.
    Design and actual paint by 5 y/o to theme of algae green Trilobite truck. (he's a huge Ray Troll fan)
    Masking, dremel, body mounting, decals and handmade bumpers by myself.

    We used green to gold hue pearl dusting on top and front end, green to light black fade with metallic blue pearl highlights on bed, tailgate and rear fenders. All rattle can work.

    Raw:


    Testing compression and clearances with couple coats on:


    Final with bumpers installed. (Handmade metal and plastic genuine Chevrolet parts trim)




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    The graphics come with the body. Here is the link to Parma's site. Any LHS should be able to order it for less than this price. I think I paid $35.

    http://www.shopatron.com/product/par...7259.17970.0.0

    It is by far the thickest, most durable lexan body I own.

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    200mm 56 chevy nomad Trim alittle around the wheels and your good to go.

    No matter where you go there you are.

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    68' Camaro 200 MM HPI racing. Pede with electric rear arms up front conversion. Works fine with 2.8 anacondas or alias too. Slash body mounts.


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    I am sure it would....I run the Axial Buzzard body on mine...


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    HPI Savage X body on FLM ext Pede.
    No matter where you go there you are.

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    No matter where you go there you are.

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    The Nitro Rush body works beautifully on my 'pede. The length

    is perfect, and it has a sweet wide trophy truck look to it. The only minor

    problem is that the bumps in the back don't fit to the body mounts well, but

    it's not a huge deal.

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3631/...a55f9a03_b.jpg

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3366/...a6355f0f_b.jpg

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3388/...80bbff8c_b.jpg

    Not a bad paint job for my first try, huh?


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    proline T4 crowd pleazer ............

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    Here's some pics of my stampede with the pro-line Baja Bug body for ROCK CRAWLERS, part no 3238-40. It's almost a direct fit, I used the stock rear body mount in it's lowest position, the front ones I cut the posts off, drilled some threads in them and mounted them a couple of centimetres closer to the middle. I copied the paint job from the pro-line site.






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    Quote Originally Posted by NitroMethane4Me
    Pro-Line's "The Baja" is a perfect fit. You just need to trim the rear mount, and I think it looks better with the rustler front mounts.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...ort/RC/2-1.jpg

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    went on pro-line's site-- which body did you use?

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    Pro-line Baha Bug for rockcrawler

    This is the Pro-line rockcrawler Baha Bug body, it fit's perfect. 3238-40

    http://s1233.photobucket.com/albums/...g?t=1285330698

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    Same bug bigger pic

    This is the same bug, just a better pic.

    http://i1233.photobucket.com/albums/...P0000681-1.jpg

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    Actually I just bought the Proline early 50's Chevy truck body. It is actually being made FOR the Pede now. Only downer about it is had to shave a slight bit off the front body posts where the post goes to the thicker diameter to clear the rounded hood of the body

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/48006424@N08/5172791579/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/48006424@N08/5172791213/
    Last edited by muddawgrevo; 11-13-2010 at 06:22 PM. Reason: added pics

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    Anybody know of a Toyota body available?

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    My pede has a 1/8 chassis and protrac arms. These bodies will not fit a stock size pede. The first body is a hpi hemi-cuda. Listed for short chassis emaxx, erevo, and savage.

    This body is a jconcepts bajr. Listed for slash.
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    Here's mine with a 2'' extended chassis and 1'' wheel exstensions:
    This is the one I painted,HPI Cuda

    This was painted by Steve Zielke,HPI Cuda
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    this body is 1/10th scale from IMEX,just got my new pede and picked the body up at a lHS

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    This body can be foound on enay, look under venom t-10
    it comes from japan so it takes about 3 weeks to get to you but works great on a pede




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    Where can I get one of these.... That CUDA body.... And when last has the list been updated, Is there new bodies available for the Pede...

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    http://www.rcplanet.com/HPI_Plymouth..._p/hpi7181.htm there are a lot of bodies that fit the pede, if ya search 1:10 rc body, and dnt be afraid to find the measurements of the pede on this sight and compair it to to measurements for the body you are looking at, you will be suprised as to what bodies will fit

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    I've got a couple Proline Crowd Pleazer 2.0's for for the Jato for mine


    And Parma's X-Citer body for the Electric Rustler just today.
    Aw, Biscuits!

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    Item no. 3619 is now available--it's the adjustable body post set we use with the Monster Jam Stampedes (is anyone calling these "Jampedes" yet?)

    It's a nice option when you're fitting non-Traxxas bodies (or our MJ bodies, of course).

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    Does anyone know if the Jeep Cherokee (XJ) Proline rock crawler body will fit an XL-5 'Pede? I assume at least some modification would need to be done. http://prolineracing.com/bodies/1992...ee-clear-body/

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    From what I see the jeep body is 18.3 inches long, 7.3 inches wide, 11.8 inch wheelbase and the stock pede body is 16.5 long, 6.25 wide, with a 10.63 wheelbase, so the jeep body will be just under two inches longer, about an inch wider and just over an inch longer with the wheelbase. Body positioning should minimize the difference with the wheelbase

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    Ok I may take my Pede to a hobby shop and do a test fit to get a visual idea. Thanks for the info.

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    were did u get the body
    Drive it like you stole it

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