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Old 02-03-2009, 03:58 PM
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A sneak peek at my build. Finished the rear axle today.

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Old 02-03-2009, 04:12 PM
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cool a solid axels corr build
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is it gonna have independant front like a real one?
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is it gonna have independant front like a real one?
Of course it'll have
I will post more pictures as the build progresses.
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Good start! Nice looking rear axle.
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Let see some more!
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Here's my take on a 4x4 CORR truck. Used an e-maxx, remounted front suspension, made my own rear 4 link. After this picture I mounted the transmission and set up the steering.
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Looks like a mad force/twin force axle? in whihc case this is going to be a larger scale project, guessing around 1/8th? or maybe 1/7th scale

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gonna be hard findin a body that will fit over it. at least one that will cover the wheels.
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I think the SC8 would be a good body to use. I have a truggy build, on hold right now ,using rc4wd's madforce axle and it sticks out from the Slash body. But I think the SC8 maybe perfect.
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well, I did some slight modifications to the axle, so now it's 296mm/11.65 inches wide exactly.
Going to use a Slash body.

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what about a baja 5T body? that would probably fit the madforce axles as well.
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How would a front differential with 2.85:1 and rear with 2.93:1 ratio work together?
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short term it will be ok, but over time your gonna blow your front diff. you may be better sticking with 2wd on this beast.
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