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    Is this for your rear axle Wes?

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    I forget which one I took a picture of, but the front is the same as the rear. The only difference is the overdrive gears. The width had to be widened by about 1/2", but I think it will still look ok.

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    I got the chassis split into rails and did some test fitting. I really like the stance so far. I really need the Hand Bros kit to get any further with mounting my axles.

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    Looking good! Is there any room for the stance to be lowered? You probably know this about me, but I'm a stiffler when it comes to weight distribution and COG....just looks a bit top heavy.

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    It will drop down a little bit once I get everything in and maybe some new springs. Still trying to figure it all out. That 2 speed trans is huge.

    Wes

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    Looking good! Is there any room for the stance to be lowered? You probably know this about me, but I'm a stiffler when it comes to weight distribution and COG....just looks a bit top heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brazwewn View Post
    It will drop down a little bit once I get everything in and maybe some new springs. Still trying to figure it all out. That 2 speed trans is huge.

    Wes
    They are huge, especially under a hard body. I know your's will definitely be quicker then mine lol

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    If all goes as planned the trans and motor will be in the engine compartment with nothing but a transfer case in the middle and some electronics in the back. This should be a pretty stable rig. Just ordered my Hand Bros steering axle bracket. I will make the rest out of scrap.

    Wes

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    They are huge, especially under a hard body. I know your's will definitely be quicker then mine lol

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    I love it when everything can be stuffed under the hood. Especially when the hood opens to see it all. It makes it handle so much more realistically. Specially if you use a small light weight lipo pack and make it fit like a fuel tank.

    You do bang up work Wes. Quite amazing really. I was sitting here wishing I hadn't gotten rid of my scaler. hehe. I think my next one will be just ready to go. I like to drive, but not really to build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Soldier View Post
    I love it when everything can be stuffed under the hood. Especially when the hood opens to see it all. It makes it handle so much more realistically. Specially if you use a small light weight lipo pack and make it fit like a fuel tank.

    You do bang up work Wes. Quite amazing really. I was sitting here wishing I hadn't gotten rid of my scaler. hehe. I think my next one will be just ready to go. I like to drive, but not really to build.
    Thanks, I like to build as much as drive.

    Wes

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    Getting a 4ch radio Wes? Have any in mind?

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