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    ok this is where im at........still need to play with the links for various reasons but it getting there...gonna have leaf springs on the rear


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    Looks good


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    ok I ditched the panhard and I have leafs out back....and its a roller now....should be finished enough to drive soon......still gotta get the dually wheels I want




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    Looks great, nice to see it as a roller. If you decide the DIY route with semi wheels as the base, I can help you out, you can run 1.55's on them or make 1.9's and have some width adjustment


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    i really waant a set of these 1.7 semi wheels i found ...they're called rc4wd diesel wheels...white ones..and i found some semi tires with off road treads... i havent seen 1.55 semi wheels which would work too.... i dont want fancy ones id really like some bud wheels but not alotta places have em....sort nof work truck wheels...the ones i looking at have an outside dia just a shade smaller than the mudslingers that are on there now which would be fine...... if you have any other suggestions im all ears

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    ok here's how this ended up made some brackets from a dvd install kit to mount the electronics

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    then buttoned up the body mounts with Velcro

    and took it out today it lasted and handled pretty good the only thing that broke was the plastic servo horn and that wasn't till the end of the day


    I didn't do too bad...

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    Looks great, is there any way to clock the front axle back? Driveshaft angle looks good but the tierod should be flatter across where the knuckles are. How did the sprung in the back work out??
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    Ya know I thought that but I was trying to make it not hit the servo arm...actually I may change to kind of a droop set up on th front do could limit the up travel....the I could make the steering work a little better....leafs are stiff but work great as long as the front flexes....i gotta make some better stud type bolts/mounts for the shackles...they got a little loose the way they are now....it did great I did beat it up pretty good....lol

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    First test drive is always good for finding the bugs


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