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  1. So before you all bombard whoever you bombard when there’s a new release this is my Re Re not Tamiya’s so unofficial 🤫🤫🤫 (Though if I can do it why can’t Tamiya, just call it the Blackfoot SRB or something) . So here are nearly all the bits. We have a Re Re Sand Scorcher with the following, JK coilovers for SRB, JK aluminium chassis plate, a set of Brat wheels and tyres, bearings( didn’t realise they were included) RZ Superstock brushed motor and ball diff, oh and I forgot a quite passable fake Ranger body!! Will be running a 2s lipo shorty. Before I really even have got started I’ve realised I will have to address the motor location issue that the Superstock motor presents. I have sorted it but will detail it in the build as I go along. I haven’t exactly worked everything out especially how I’m going to fix the body especially as I want to be able to use the SS body as well!!!
  2. Since this seems to come up every once in a while, I thought I would write this all down in one spot for the sake of posterity. SRB (Special Racing Buggy) wheels can be placed into (3) groups: 1. Rough Rider/Buggy Champ. 2. Super Champ/Fighting Buggy/Sand Scorcher. 3. Ford Ranger XLT/Brat. The RR/BC wheels are 1.7”, 5 spoke, and silver. The Fast Attack Vehicle uses the same but molded in brown. All of these sets use the square block style road/sand tires. The SC/FB/SS wheels are 1.5”, 5 spoke, and white. These are also used on the Grasshopper, Hornet, and Frog. All of these sets use the same ribbed sand tire on the front. On the rear, the SS and GH use sand paddles, and the SC/FB, Frog, and Hornet use the spiked off road tires. The XLT/Brat wheels are 1.7”, 8 spoke (thanks @mtbkym01), and white. The front wheel on these sets are the same width as the rear so all four wheels use the same square block tire as the rear of the RR/BC. There are some variations to these such as the Jun Watanabe Hornet (black wheels) and the Brat blue edition (black wheels). If anyone else would like to info or corrections, please do so! Also, this might be a good place to list 3rd party manufacturers that made wheels or tires for these cars or in this size range.
  3. Hello, got this off Craigslist and the right upright is broken. What is the difference between vintage and re release upright for the scorcher? Can I use a re release scorcher upright for this? The ball connectors for the re release day 4mm. That seems bigger than the vintage ones... not sure though... any help appreciated, I'm am ORV guy with his first SRB...:) Thanks, John...
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