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Old 05-22-2013, 09:20 AM
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I have a brandy new 1st gen Toyota body.
You could put it on your broken one, then leave it in the garage and never use it.
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You're a dick.
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I have a brandy new 1st gen Toyota body.
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Sooooo.....

What did you do with that first gen Toyota body I gave you?
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Just doin a few upgrades the the Wraith, new aluminum upper & lower links & aluminum shocks......bye bye plastic shit
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Upgraded the tires on my axial.

And got my tamiya working.


Also repaired tamiya #2 working.


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Might sell one of the tamiya's. the blue ford.

Use the money to buy another axial, better for the boys to use.
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Just doin a few upgrades the the Wraith, new aluminum upper & lower links & aluminum shocks......bye bye plastic shit
with getting rid of the plastic,

make sure you upgrade your servo arm.

since there is no give, it tends to strip out the "arm" on the servo
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with getting rid of the plastic,

make sure you upgrade your servo arm.

since there is no give, it tends to strip out the "arm" on the servo
Once you do that, you need to upgrade the servo itself.
I found some aluminum servo arms that are splined, as well as clamp on to the servo output. Super beefy! Then spent a couple hundred on a servo that would last.
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