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    super low

    so i put tubes in the shocks but got lazy on the back and zip tied it
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    needs more low

    here is mine... i took the front springs off and put them on the rear...




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    I went a different route


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    Now that's funny lm_o, I've done it too but didn't take any pix. Its by far the quickest and easiest method but can cost quite a bit to put back to stock lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ducati777 View Post
    I went a different route

    Priceless!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ducati777 View Post
    I went a different route

    Mine looked like that last night! My friends T-Maxx helped me though.

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    i cracked my 1st body like that ^^^^^^^. nice pic
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    you should get hydraulics and a low body on those trucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ducati777 View Post
    I went a different route

    best pic i have seen in along time hope it was to costly to put back together

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    Quote Originally Posted by damir009 View Post
    like the VW x2, lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nhgonzo 2 View Post
    so i put tubes in the shocks but got lazy on the back and zip tied it
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    Looks good! What wheels are those? Did they come pre-glued?
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    Ok for the shelf , you can't actually drive theses things? As for stuck under a car, that was a great picture. We've all been there. Brilliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Sob View Post
    Looks good! What wheels are those? Did they come pre-glued?
    Their losi... u need 2 make the hole for the shaft a little bigger.
    This is where i got them, (click) They are glued.
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    Hilarious and the 2 lowriders looked good too.
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    bumpppp....

    lol these are some semi resent pics of my truck (working on geing it back on the road)

    i forgot the other account so i made a new one
    it wont let me post a list of my trucks here....

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    @Nhgonzo 2.
    That is a sweet looking truck, I use internal shock limiters on my scalpel to bring it to flat track racing level.
    Great paint scheme.
    Heres a pic of my scalpel
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    Quote Originally Posted by billy-bones View Post
    @Nhgonzo 2.
    That is a sweet looking truck, I use internal shock limiters on my scalpel to bring it to flat track racing level.
    Great paint schem
    Thanks (btw nhgonzo2 is my old account....) i saw your truck on the pic form i liked it maby if the wheels had more offset....LOL

    I have front shocks in the rears and rear shocks bottoming out with spacers inside on the fronts (not the same set up in those pics a lil bit taller/more driveable) lol
    it wont let me post a list of my trucks here....

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    I hear you, thats the thing with the scalpel.
    I haven't raced it yet however they have to be set just right to be legal in their class.
    I'm going to do something a bit crazy for winter shelf queen time,lol.
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    Will that scalpal body fit a 2wd with rustler a arms and stampede tires?
    Looks good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick_Whip View Post
    Will that scalpal body fit a 2wd with rustler a arms and stampede tires?
    Looks good.
    I really cant answer that.
    Since it comes with out the body mount holes already its a good possibility.
    The one in the pic is using the stock Rally rear mount and after looking probably could have used the Rally front mount as well.
    You cant see in the above pic but the rear holes arent where their marked on the body to be honed.
    Heres another pic, their back about an inch from where they would be with the suggested mount.
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