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  1. Now unavailable and cancelled!
  2. As far as I know, '87 Clodbuster only came with white plastic body and white wheels. The yellow shocks are Tamiya optional CVA long shocks for the Clodbuster. Here is my '87 Clodbuster that I built back in '87.
  3. Is it ok to post a link to my google drive to view the for sale items picture file?
  4. I am going to sale some parts. There will be about 20 items and too many pictures to post in the thread. Just wondering if I could post a link to my for sale items picture file for members to see. Thanks!
  5. Try some Race Prep o rings. That's the one will never leaks. Notice how "fat" they are in comparison with the stock o ring.
  6. The early BoLink and Associated resistors are single barrel. They have brakes and the micro switch is for reverse. Picture showing the Bolink, Associated single barrel resistor and different type of wiper arms. This is how the MSC function.
  7. Tamiya also has the variable speed MSC. Back in the '80s before the ESC arrived we all custom built and raced with MSC. Here is a picture of a SRB displayed at the Ranch Pit Shop in Pomona, California.
  8. I am one of those who still prefer MSC over ESC on my vintage SRB. Here is my custom built FORD F150 Ranger XLT with custom built MSC.
  9. Yes from CRP. There are two kinds of shock tower extension available back in the early '80s. They are either from CRP, Race Prep or RCH. Here are some instructions I still have. Shock tower extension on my Rough Rider
  10. The top gold anodized one is from CRP. The bottom silver one I make it myself.
  11. I am putting on some Team Associated SC10 shocks on my custom build Ford F150 Ranger XLT.
  12. Here is the comparison between the stock, long and wide and butterfly chassis plate.
  13. Back in the days we all used coil over shocks. Here are some of the aftermarket parts that I put on my Sand Scorcher front suspension. There are two kinds of ball cups and two kinds of lowering blocks for the front end available. The ball joints do not comes apart with these ball cups. . Two kinds of lowering blocks which can also change the angle of the front end. Heavy duty harden steel axle pins for my wide chassis. These ones will never bend.
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