Type: Posts; User: Stodz
yes you can
the rim size should be 2.2/3.0. but the 2.8 being wider will help you out. I ran sling shots in the back and mohawks up front with the SCT rims and I was able to go better with the 2.8 trenchers on...
proline also has a rock crawler vw Baja bug body. it is smaller but does not look bad.
I'm sorry, I'm guilty here. I had 2 pe2ds and this past winter bought parts to convert 1 into a slash and race this year yet I never went. And then I took that slash and started to make a MT slash....
proline has 2.8 sand paws. they should work better than the skinny sling shots I tried before putting chains on my stock talons.
I ran sct sling shots and mohawks on my p2de one winter and it did ok. I had the rims from the proline kit. the next year I tried 2.8 trenchers with chains (only on the rear tires) and thought it did...
I have no problems using faskolor. I am off center with my shop hauler body and the nerf bar rubs on one side. I just put gorilla tape inside the body to keep it from getting worse. If something...
I can't say much on which brand because I have only used Faskolor paints. But Kitteh298 is right, Prep and paint conditions are everything.
take the tires off the rims, duck or gorilla tape the inside of the tire and glue back on rim.
you can get the protract kit and all front off sets. or (I'm not 100% on this) put rear arms on the front and use all front off setrims there too.
all of traxxas 4x4s have their place. it's up to you, where do you want to be? racing=slash or rally, on road=xo-1, gravel=erevo, on the trails=telluride, in the woods=summit. and don't forget the...
3.2 ofna mt3 split 6 rims with trimmed 2.8 proline trenchers
I just got an SPC-Racing that is a 50c for under $30. a lot of people use them on here
I would use trenchers or badlands
check the servo saver, it may have cracked slightly where you could have not noticed it. also check the front axles, maybe some grass is wound up causing some drag.
Pro line's protract kit is a big help in handling department.
Tapeing a tire is simply turning the tire inside out and tapeing the inside. people use indoor/outdoor weaved carpet tape, gorilla tape or duct tape.
either way get 2wd. 4wd is going to be more maintenance and more parts to break. one is no more durable than the other. if I had to choose knowing it is going to run at 50% power I give the stampede...
if anything happens you should have a darker blue....or maybe purple. lol J/K
I don't know NaplesWizard and KY Basher what if you used red dye and a blue chassis?
an original design!? :thumbup: tell us more.
What bell crank are you using?
I have spent hours this evening trying to get an STRC 4x4 bell crank to fit on the traxxas lcg chassis and have come to the conclusion, it just isn't going to work....
that kid will forever remember that.
put stampede wheels on a slash