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  1. #1
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    ? for rc-solutions cage users

    Have those of you using the cage found a way to mount the wheelie bar? Had to mod it or use a aftermarket brand? I mainly use my erbe offroad but occasionally use it on the street so I don't really want to take off the cage just for an occasional street run.

  2. #2
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    You could get the Tbone rear bumper and wheely bar that attaches to it.

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    T bone is a good idea plus makes it stronger. Never liked the no wheelie bar either
    I would put a thin metal plate on the mounts near the servo. Look at my thread mine punched threw

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    its been awhile since i had mine on with the cage.i found that it gives to much leverage even with the cage on a bad rear end landing to rip it up still with the cage on.but back to the question i think i had to cut some off to get it to work but i had it on there i do remember because it bent the cage up and rip the chassis off the bulkhead.50 came up with a good rear brace that will help with that too.maybe he would kindly post a pic here

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    this is the brace i made after seeing it fold up that cage!

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    thank you 50 i was thinking about doing that but making it a stud the comes out and just put a nut on the end

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    Being in plastic it will only help so much but it should help when combined with a front brace(rear brace)

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    Thanks for the help guys. Is there more than one brand of skip plate wheelie bar? If so what one should I go with? I work in aircraft so that brace will be easy to fab thanks for the tip.

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