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Old 12-05-2009, 09:27 PM
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Default cc-01 scale body list or anything?

is their a cc-01 scale body list or anything out their?

im looking for trucks,samurai,cherokee/xj.. really anything but a pajero..

im looking at lexan and regular hard plastic..
does anyone make bodies for these, like proline etc.. whats the cc-o1s wheelbase?
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Old 12-05-2009, 09:28 PM
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There's no specific bodies for it, but if you measure out the track width and wheelbase, that'll give you a good starting point.
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Old 12-05-2009, 09:34 PM
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track width, is that from center of front wheel to center of rear?>
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Old 12-05-2009, 09:36 PM
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Nope, track width is from the outside of one tire, to the outside of the other tire. Wheelbase is from hub to hub.
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Old 12-06-2009, 04:05 PM
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ok, its 13inches from the back of the rear fender to the front of the front fender... its been cut, but doesnt loook bad..
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Old 12-06-2009, 04:06 PM
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the f350 or tundra body dont fit do they?
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Yeah, both of those bodies will fit, it will require you to lengthen the wheelbase by making new links, and extending the rear of the chassis so the shocks are at the same angle as they are stock.
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how do i find out the track width of these bodies, like i see some proline blazer bodies i like but i dont know if they fit?

how much are we talking lengthening the chassis by with the tundra or f350
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Nissan Hardbody lexan shell works on the cc01. I have one of these I'm not using Id sell. not painted.

LR3, Range Rover Sport by Newbright work on cc01.
Tamiya brat works
the defender body works.
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Old 12-06-2009, 06:21 PM
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If I remember right, the parma 1972 chevy c10 doesn't have molded in wheel arches, so you could just cut them to the wheelbase you need. I have a Ta-02 with that body and the track width works well.

Here's the dimensions for the proline blazer:
Length:17.3" (440mm)
Width:6.8" (172mm)
Height:5.6" (143mm)
Wheel Base:11.2" (285mm)
right off the proline website: http://www.prolineracing.com/product...dy-150-26.html

Hope that helps!!
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I used a proline blazer body on my cc-01 but I extended my rear links to match the wheelbase,also extended the driveshaft
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thanks! how far did you have to extend everything ^^
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I used a proline blazer body on my cc-01 but I extended my rear links to match the wheelbase,also extended the driveshaft

I am currently building my CC-01 (FJ40) and would likly be extending my wheel bace for another body. How hard is it to do this? Can I just use a tube to extend the drive shaft?
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If you bought the cc-01 FJ40 kit you wont need to extend anything. The kit will come with all the parts and tell you where to install them for the right wheelbase. The cc01 chassis has two settings on the chassis, a short wb and a long wb setting because they use the same chassis for several kits.
The wheel base settings are 9.5" and 10.5".

If you're doing a custom length you need to make new links and a driveshaft.

If you have a short wheelbase setup and want a long wheelbase you need to replace the driveshaft (either with a long wheelbase one from a Touareg or make one up from Traxxas shafts) and move the links to their other mounting position.
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thanks! how far did you have to extend everything ^^
hate to be harsh, but around here the search button will be your friend. If you don't learn how to use it, people will not be so nice.. just some advice

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