Model: (Click to see more) 58372: Ford F350 High Lift
Status: New built
Date: 23-Sep-2006
Comments: 21
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I finally got one , and pretty early if I refer to the other members . the truck is everything we expected and seem to show some crawling abilities , can't wait to take it out to the forest !
I wanted to check if my rc4wd rims would fit , I think they do but I'm not quite sure ... the truck looks tiny without them .the LED lights are custom made , I expect some night driving in the snow and I'll need power !

Comments

hilux25

23-Sep-2006

Looking good.What rims are those!!!! I cant wait any longer!!!!!!!NNNNOOOOOOOO!!

nitromike

23-Sep-2006

Very cool looking, like the colour. I think the rims really set it off nicely! How about a movie of it in action?

DeeMiller

23-Sep-2006

Nice color!

Matt2000

23-Sep-2006

love the colour! looks great

scollins

23-Sep-2006

Lookin good, curious if there is an option on the new f350 gearbox to use a smaller pinion gear on the motor when you switch to larger tires for better performance? or is the trucks gearing still OK?

mobias

23-Sep-2006

Looks pretty good with those big wheels. It has to be said the first thing I would do if and when I ever get one is repelace those horrible small wheels you get with it. i know they're scale and all the rest of it but the truck doesn't look half as good as the Bruiser because of them. The Hi Lift needs something bigger IMHO

M.Boy

23-Sep-2006

Nice one Nice wheels

freyahel

23-Sep-2006

wow !
thanks everyone !
the rims and oil dampers come from RC4WD.com.
the color is one I already had tried on a mounty , the triumph early speed triple green .
the movie will come soon .
I replaced stock motor by an enormous brushless set from SMT so I did not really bother about the pinion ....
so far the gearbox still holds the power .

technical.burP

23-Sep-2006

Nice lowered Juggernaut. Where did you get all the custom parts from, mate? Fantastique!

Petrolhead

23-Sep-2006

It looks good, not 100% sure on the wheels an tyres though. Any chance of some pics with the standard wheels and tyres?

SinisterRC

24-Sep-2006

Nice build mate. Coolie colour and nice shockers and wheels. Shouldn't have trouble seeing that truck at night even without the LED lights.

amigamad

24-Sep-2006

I realy like the look of this i wondered if you can fit the tlt wheel Wide Tread Kit by tobee to extend the wheels out abit .

backtomyroots.

24-Sep-2006

Great Job ! Lights are a sweet addition & probably mor economical than the Tamiya version will be. Rims look great too. Nice choice of green.

freyahel

24-Sep-2006

I see everyone is curious about this so I just posted 2 more pix with original wheels ....
looks like a different truck !
I ran it in my basement parking and it's almost too fast in third gear . the gearbox is very soft and can shift while running if you do it gently , this is really sweet especially when you remember the sound of the old 3speed shifting
ouch!

Pee-Wee

27-Sep-2006

Great colour! And for the wheels: You´re definitly right - the stock ones are to small !!! You should get some tires with a scale pattern. (Are they 2.2? the Yokohama Geolanders from HPI would look great !)

backtomyroots.

28-Sep-2006

Great lights ! Are those blue shocks I see ? Where they from ? Nice color choice too - just missing a 'kermit' behind the wheel.

Rising Jack

30-Sep-2006

Nice one! Like it without the bumper, are those blue shocks standard BTW?

purple_rob

7-Oct-2006

hi mate, are these aftermarket wheels functional ?. are they 2.2 . and most important where'd you get em .

cheers

freyahel

7-Oct-2006

the wheels are 2.2 and very functional . I got them from rc4wd.com .they're a bit pricey but definately worth the price !

22-Feb-2007

7-Feb-2008

como concigo comprar um carrinho lindo desse .
obrigado pela atenção


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