aeiou’s ReRe Trailing Arm Buggy Build

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Re: aeiou’s ReRe Trailing Arm Buggy Build

Post by aeiou » Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:28 pm

Finally getting around to updating this build thread. Hey, it's only been 11 months. :shock: :lol: I actually finished this thing up back in the spring, but I've been lazy when it comes to posting stuff here. :oops:

I set it up to use the shorty LiPos and installed some Associated / Reedy RTR-type electronics that I picked up on the cheap. It'll get run, but I'm not all that concerned with performance. My son and I are planning a trip to the track soon, so I hope to follow up with some dirty pictures.
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Re: aeiou’s ReRe Trailing Arm Buggy Build

Post by klavy69 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 1:08 am

aeiou wrote:
Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:28 pm
follow up with some dirty pictures.
just keep it PG for the forum :mrgreen:
Peace and professionlism.....Kabunga signing off!!!

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Re: aeiou’s ReRe Trailing Arm Buggy Build

Post by aeiou » Mon Dec 11, 2017 5:46 am

:D

I thought I'd post up these pics also, just in case someone finds them helpful. I tried all sorts of rear mounts for the Andy's Renegade body. The best solution I could come up with to deal with the angles on the rear of that body was a single tall post. It's an easy on-and-off fit. We'll see how it holds up on the track.
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