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  1. #81
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    Thinking of doing the "Jang Mod" in the front, and running front offsets all around. I know the 4x4 uses the same wheels all the way around, are they front offset or rears?

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    random question, is your back tire bigger than your front one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawehner1419 View Post
    random question, is your back tire bigger than your front one
    No, they are all 2.2 Mashers.

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    yes 4x4 runs all front offsets all round
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    Quote Originally Posted by reod12x2 View Post
    yes 4x4 runs all front offsets all round
    Thanks. I appreciate it.

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    UPDATE: Made some mods and cleaned up the place:

    Took one of these:



    Cut it up so there was three holes and made some wire looms (you can also see the piece of dense foam rubber I wedged in between the tranny case and TBone to soften those tail-first landings):



    And straightened out the wiring (OCD at it's finest here folks). I put some shrink wrap on the wires so I could glue them down without actually sticking anything to the wires. That way if I need to move them, I just cut the shrink wrap to free the wires then scrape off the remaining piece and the glue. I also Velcro'd the battery terminal to the side of the tub to keep it from flopping around so much.....(Also, the switch is glued down right in front of the antenna, you can just barely see it).



    As soon as I can get my hands on a small butane torch I am going to shorten the motor leads. They are too dang long. I called Castle today and they said they are ok to shorten. The only motors that CAN"T be shortened are the 1/18th scale. So they will come through the rear shock tower, do a small loop, then plug right into the ESC leads. Nice and Tidy.
    Last edited by Ramsey77; 07-12-2013 at 03:21 AM.

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    Man that a nice clean work.
    Yeah I would like to see how you shorten the castle wires. I am in the middle of installing my motor in too after I finish some modifications for the ESC and receiver mount.
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    Looking good Ramsey very nice and clean!
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    So let's get down to brass tacks here Ramsey, where are you going to start manufacturing and selling these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jezza View Post
    Man that a nice clean work.
    Yeah I would like to see how you shorten the castle wires. I am in the middle of installing my motor in too after I finish some modifications for the ESC and receiver mount.
    The tech told me to get the wires as close to the same length as possible. If I get to it before you do, I'll post some pics for ya to look at.

    Quote Originally Posted by Timber211 View Post
    Looking good Ramsey very nice and clean!
    Thanks Timber211.

    Quote Originally Posted by WorkingDad View Post
    So let's get down to brass tacks here Ramsey, where are you going to start manufacturing and selling these?
    LOL, probably won't be doing that anytime soon, but your more than welcome to make your own!

    Thanks for the compliments guys, and keep watching for further updates!

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