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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-18-2000, 10:27 PM
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all pics of same truck just different stages of life
http://www.rcdomain.com/clodbruiser/index.html
My site has more of the updated pics on it.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-27-2000, 11:33 PM
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Wow!

I just love those pictures! Amazing work done! I have a Nissan Hardbody (1980's) truck, with a car body on it now, and my wife drives a BigBear for her R/C vehicle. We have a blast running them around all the time!

Is there a place where you found the design for your toy(ota) and copied it, or is all scratch built? It looks scratch built, but I have to ask!

I attempted to check that webpage that you linked, but could not gain access to it, recieved a "permission denied"

Laters!

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Yeah my site host went down.
The truck isnt scratch built it was a kit. and a deascent one goes four around $400.
I just added mods here and there


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what kit was it? is kind of looks like the old tamiya bruiser, but not quite. it looks very realistic. are those leaf springs on the pic with a yellow cab?

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yes it is a Tamiya Mountaineer. came couple years after the bruiser, and yes they are leaf springs in 1st and 3rd pics, these fuzzy ones are with my 3/4 elliptical suspension on it, since added lift blocks to it too....
here are the newest of pics
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/Album...2574&a=5554869

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very nice! the mechanical details are great! i never knew tamiya made a kit with real leaf springs. then you go and do a 3/4 eliptical. WOW! tamiya has always made very nicly detailed kits.

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what kinda motor you puttin in it? you know im only kidding
[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img] thats neat is that a '79 ?

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Coooooooool! Those have got to be like 48 inch tires.

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it is a stock motor for now. they have more torque than any other i have tried. it ie just for crawling around or over stuff in my way
the buggy leaf setup was all made up by me

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and it is a 78 i believe

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