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    Tamiya Bruiser

    This is my Tamiya Bruiser I have had for 25 years (original owner) it still runs great! I am looking for some new u-joints for it though anyone have a good source on where to find these parts?
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    Takeoffs are optional but landings are manditory!!

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    RE: Tamiya Bruiser

    Tamiya re-released this model a few months back. The parts are available direct from Tamiya

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    RE: Tamiya Bruiser

    That's a beautiful truck

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    RE: Tamiya Bruiser

    Looks great!!
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    RE: Tamiya Bruiser

    Thanks! I am in the process of adding a dual shock system to it and getting a wheel adaptor kit from RC4WD so that I can install a regular 12mm wheel hub on it. I am planning on doing some serious trail running with it after I get the mods finished.
    Takeoffs are optional but landings are manditory!!


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