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  1. #1
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    Converting for the winter.

    So snow will be here soon..I hope.
    Unlike last year my area of Ohio may actually get some snow.
    I have a pede 4x4 that I run in the snow, but I would like to take the ERevo out too.

    That being said I have a course in the back yard, and during the winter we'll pack the snow a bit to run our trucks.

    What brushed setup would be best? I have an EVX2 that came out of an old emaxx that I could use.
    Which motors would be best? And whats the best way to get more ground clearance?
    I currently have dirt bonz on the truck. I know I can put the long rockers on, but is there anything else to get more clearance? What springs and oil wt would be best?

    I'm effectively turning this into a snow crawler...but I would like to have some speed out of it.
    This is something I could use during the spring and falls months too when it's real wet to do some crawling.

  2. #2
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    Run a dewalt 14.4v motor. that is what i run in my summit. plenty of power and loves lipo and tall gearing!
    Revenge 1/8 buggy

  3. #3
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    Or just put a shower cap over the chassis and no snow will getin .
    Xerun 150A 2200kv ERBE
    Dewalt 14.4v Summit

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    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread...=1#post4990625

    inner hole on the push rods.. will give you a little morre ride height..
    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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