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Old 03-03-2014, 08:49 AM
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When I was looking to buy my 2nd RC car and wanting a 4wd, I looked at a good number of them. I almost bought a buggy (I was seriously considering the Duratrax 835E) but in looking at all of the buggies, which I think are all very cool looking, I couldn't help noticing how the front shock tower is just right out there! Shocks too. It looks awfully unprotected. When someone suggested I take a look at the Ofna Hyper TT (a truggy) it was like "That's IT!" I bought it. Why? Because with a truggy, it at least has a body shell that helps protect the front shocks and shock tower from catching on anything and being damaged in a crash. Which brings me to my question for the buggy guys: Don't buggies tend to have more front end damage because of this? Just wondering.
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depends on where you drive it,and it usually jumps or ramps over something if you hit it at speed by accident,but then ive broke a couple of bulkheads and shocktowers over the years through been wreckless too.
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