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  1. GAZ-66 6X6 「 SW-01」 Coast crossing - YouTube I found that this Lego tire can be mounted on Tamiya M wheel hub, but the offset value is not suitable. So I redesigned a wheel hub to give Tamiya Rc a new option.
  2. Howdy y'all. I've never been enthralled by the idea of a slow R/C capable of surmounting small rocks and curbs and such... but I got my 2 year old a generic Maisto crawler and the thing is actually pretty fun. Does better with indoors clutter than the other R/C's I've given him. So it has me thinking about trying a 1:10 Tamiya (or similar) crawler. Specifically CR-01 (or CC-01?). Does anyone have an opinion on these and if it's worth the bother? The CR-01 seems like the real deal. What's CC-01 then? Is it a non-crawler crawler? Is it just for scale 4x4 chassis purposes? I really don't want to spend a fortune - $150 to $250 would be ideal... but it looks like $300 to $400 is more par for the crawler course. So - school me O learned ones... BOEUF
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