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    sledgehammer and clodbuster?

    A buddy at work told me he has a friend that is selling a sledgehammer and a clod buster, both need electronics but they have trannys and motors and extra body. They are only $25 each, but I don't know any thing about them. What's your opinion? Can I put traxxas rx and tx in both of these or do either of them need brand specific electronics like nikko and cheaper brands do.

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    I know some of you old timmers have to know something about these trucks!

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    Tamiya old monster trucks. For 25 i wouldnt hesitate but they would be shelf queens for me.
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    I like the Clod because of the Solid axles I love solid axle monsters,
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    Holy Cow,Can I send you the $$$ or them? Or maybe just the Clod? LMK. I'd def scoop those up.
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    Sorry to say that they are long gone. I didn't get a response quick enouph, and by the time I did get some positive feedback they were gone. I'm into brushless and probably would have put in a cheap leopard combo in them.

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    I dunno man,Those things are vintage.I'm sure you could do it but you may as well just build a truck from scratch,If you were wanting all that power.I'd just be stoked to have em to run around in the front yard. I remember the days of when my older brothers had those kits. I was too "young" bla bla bla...Even tho my RC's of today completely spank old RC tech,I still think those were some of the best kits ever made.
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    My first hobby grade rc was an avante from about1988 or so. Then when I got back into it I got an rc10gt, now I have a vxl rustler

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    My first hobby grade was a Tamiya Manta Ray. I have no idea what happend to it and I sure do miss it.Was probably right around 93-94 or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMdot View Post
    My first hobby grade was a Tamiya Manta Ray. I have no idea what happend to it and I sure do miss it.Was probably right around 93-94 or so.
    sounds cool I will look it up, I think the avante was tamiya also.

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