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Old 06-13-2004, 03:10 AM
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i cant help it. what really got me is how simple it is....thats a good thing. nice and easy to work on plus good underside protection. my little brother expressed interest in buying my mt2 so i'll give him a good deal on that and chip in a few of my own bucks and have a new truck.
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Old 06-13-2004, 11:41 AM
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what is so great about the tnx?
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Old 06-13-2004, 01:07 PM
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i have no idea. the nearly perfect review from wild hobbies helped alot, the price is definitely a factor, i like the layout of the truck, i think it's got the best looking body coming on any rtr on the market for all thats worth, the weight, the reported durability (can't comment for myself since i dont have one), being able to race it if i feel like it, parts availability at my lhs, and just the 'different' aspect. everyone and their brother has a savage...why not try out something different.
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Cool, be sure to post some pics, and a review. I've heard its pretty durable, but the spur gear tends to strip. From what i understand you cant adjust the spur gear mesh on that truck. You need to take the motor off, and dremel the chassis. I have also seen them for 350 on E B A Y.

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It's only $359 at Ultimate Hobbies and they ship free.

http://www.ultimatehobbies.com//p619.html
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Ya, i was just looking at that price man. God thats a good deal. Its hard to pass that up.

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It's only $359 at Ultimate Hobbies and they ship free.

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Tell me about it! I've come so close to making the deal, that it's not even funny. The wife would KILL me though.
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