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    Quote Originally Posted by JatoTheRipper View Post
    Monster trucks roll too easily on-road.

    Truggies and buggies usually are too expensive to bash.

    If the grass is high the Slash will get stuck.

    Grass is hard on RCs
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    I drive the Slash on grass with no problem, and monster trucks are lowered to handle on road. Many people bash whatever they buy to have fun with them.
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    I have a slash 4x4 and it does good in grass IF its short grass. It does bogg it down some on power but will do it but I dont like to since its hard on the motor. A 4x4 would do better in grass than a 2wd. Anything traxxas would be good for you. Really tough, and indestructable pretty much with rpm goodies. Plus Waterproof!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChris1696 View Post
    I drive the Slash on grass with no problem, and monster trucks are lowered to handle on road. Many people bash whatever they buy to have fun with them.
    Freshly cut grass maybe, just but if it's long or thick it will be slow and runtime will be very short.

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