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Old 07-26-2017, 07:12 AM
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This started as a childs RC toy from Toys R Us. It almost perfectly matches up to a Team Associated RC18T chasssis. If I remember, next time I have a day off, or time to kill between shift rotations, I'll take some pictures of the way it's built, & add them.

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Old 07-26-2017, 07:17 AM
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Converting Red from the movie cars?
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Old 07-27-2017, 06:28 AM
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Yes, Red, & a few of his friends too.
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As promised, here's a few of the build pictures.

I started with a Team Associated RC18 chassis. I made a few modifications to the body mounting posts. Also added a lenghty 4MM bolt to be the front body mount & glued a small piece of styrene to the body to work as front body mount.

20170808_001359 by Anthony Kalnoski, on Flickr

20170808_001349 by Anthony Kalnoski, on Flickr

20170808_001409 by Anthony Kalnoski, on Flickr

I had to remove the water bladder & pump to make room to fit it. The rear body mounts are hidden underneath the ladder.
20170808_001236 by Anthony Kalnoski, on Flickr

20170808_001250 by Anthony Kalnoski, on Flickr
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