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1:10 Scale XJ


Darren
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I love these things. If I wasn't spending so much money on my actual MJ, I would be building one of those.

 

And never say never, they did make an MJ at one time. I have one right next to me.

 

 

No, it isn't for sale, and I am looking for another to build right. Someone already cut mine all up. It looks good and all, but I want an unmolested one.

 

Rob L. :D

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I might have to put the Truggy kit back on my XX4 and rock a cherokee body. I had a ranger body on it,was getting hung up at the track.

 

 

I'm gonna have to check one out and see if i can sqeeze one onto my monster truck,the F250 body i have on it is looking pretty bad.

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good find, I have been looking for an XJ body for a while. I emailed pro line about 6 months ago, they said they didn't plan on creating one.

 

I just ordered one along with bumpers for my 1:10 crawler that I have. :cheers:

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Well, the body showed up in the mail today, but I don't have time to play with it. I'm going to paint it to match my old Cherokee that I had. The body fits my AX10 perfectly, but I have converted to a tube buggy chassis, looks like I might have to convert back to the original frame to get it to fit.

 

I'll snap some pics on Monday when I am back in town.

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I have a tube chassis for my crawler, so there are no mounting provisions for the body. But here is the body painted and resting on top of the truck

 

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I'm not sure what to do for tire clearance, I'm going to trim the body some, but this crawler has pretty extreme travel.

 

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And this is what I modeled it after for the paint scheme...

 

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Its never given me a problem, but now that it has a body on it, I might have to limit the travel somehow. I think what I have in the picture below is all that it should ever need. Although, I used it up north this weekend, there were a few times where the rear axle was horizontal and the front was vertical and it pulled me through the obstacle. :rotf:

 

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