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  1. #1
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    NOW it's a monster truck

    Thought I'd try these on my revo just for fun.


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    Is that for real?!
    Watch Out!!! My merv is a little green Hulk.

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    Nah i think they are too small. since they are so small you can gear up for speed.

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    I assume you cant afford a stick of dynamite and you've decided to explode the ESC?

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    Big truck body and no wing that would look wicked. I bet that would make a heck of a crawler/mudder with those tires!
    * "If it ain't broke, your doin it wrong" *

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    if those tires were any bigger you wouldnt have to worry about flipping over, you could just drive upsidedown.
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    Now Stodz theres an idea lol anyone try that yet?
    Let's Go Steelers!!!... KCCO

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    LOL...my son used to have a toy rc car that would drive regardless of whether it was right side up or upside down.(because of tire size and body design)
    That was actually one of the sales gimmicks of it.
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    ^^^ TYCO REBOUND!!! I had one when I was a kid also, I beat the CRAP out of it!

    My buddy ran jaco foams w/o a body, he said when he flipped he drove it back to himself so he could flip it back over
    Last edited by devildog88; 02-28-2013 at 08:43 PM.
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    you know if I lock my summit jr chassis down halfway take off the body post I believe I could do it lol.... Btw Brodee sorry to jack the thread a little bit there I like it looks good
    Let's Go Steelers!!!... KCCO

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    No problem. My son had one of those rebounds too, he asked if this one would do that now. I drove it around for about 5 minutes and then shut it off, too much stress on everything. Does go over about anything in it's path though

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    Yep I run a set of slash proline 2.2/3.0 trenchers on my summit Jr they work good not for racing though but it will go thru a lot
    Let's Go Steelers!!!... KCCO

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    What is with you guys with big fat wheels? They don't look scary.
    Watch Out!!! My merv is a little green Hulk.

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    Talk about flotation! I bet there is less then 1 oz. per square inch with those(clod?) tires.

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    surrenders to 50's post, I cant compete with that, those are some massive tires wow lol Please tell me you at least drove it around a minute like that maybe off a small jump onto another friends rc by ummm "accident"
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    You guys are cracking me up here lol.

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