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Old 06-06-2017, 06:45 AM
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Here's the Orlandoo next to my micro losi. The tires are about the same diameter, but one's a monster truck


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Wow! That looks cool! I used to make foil templates of 1/32 models so my mini Blackfoot could crush them. This makes me want to do it all over again only in RC form.

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My buddy with the printer lives an hour away. We started the print Sunday and they finished up overnight. Now I just have to get up there and grab them


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Old 06-09-2017, 10:21 PM
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Got wheels tonight! Took a little cleaning but I got them on the truck


Biggest issue now is the wheelbase is almost 3/4" too short for the Jugg. I have a f150 kit on order for a longer wheelbase.


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And in other news: I found a body that fits better




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I just saw that one yesterday and wondered what it would look like with the the Tamiya kit tires on the Orlandoo. Lots of potential.


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Old 06-12-2017, 06:32 AM
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So I was at the grocery store last night, and found a display with 5" pullback cars. All sorts of things from 1:40 trucks to 1:28 Mini Coopers. They were $6.
I picked up a 55 nomad.
My first thought was crush cars for micro monster track


My second thoughts were new monster bodies



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Crush car templates!!!


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Those poor little axels.
Nice build sofar
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Careful with those axles. I stripped my front pinion gear easily after adding a bigger motor in my orlandoo jeep.I kept popping drive shafts so I ordered metal ones. Right after that I stripped the pinion. Love your monster truck though fella!
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Careful with those axles. I stripped my front pinion gear easily after adding a bigger motor in my orlandoo jeep.I kept popping drive shafts so I ordered metal ones. Right after that I stripped the pinion. Love your monster truck though fella!
I'm planning on running the stock sized 500rpm motors in mine. I hope you are running something more extreme??
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