Well if this is an entry level POS thats going to keep breaking unless I keep pouring money into it; then I would be better off selling it. I would rather invest my money in a quality RC reguardless of price. If any one is interested in buying this truck I'll entertain an offer.
Truck has 6 tanks ran. Electric start & metal spur gear installed. Has broken left rear hub that needs replacement. Make an offer. Or I'll post it in the classifieds.
You will be pouring money into any rc regardless of the brand and parts are gonna break or wear out in time; for example I paid $600 for my HPI Savage Flux and after about 8 runs the brushless motor pinion gear is already shown signs of wear and so is the main drive gear and it is properly meshed and on a bad landing I broke the front suspension arms so I have invested another $100 or more on upgrades.
Is this your first rc?
Another guy on this forum mentioned that it's always the people that are new to the hobby that give the entry level brands like Redcat a bad review.
I was one of those people at one time until I gained some knowledge; like I have mentioned before these things are money pits and it does not matter what brand you buy you are always gonna be putting money into them regardless it's the nature of the hobby and I enjoy spending money on my kits every time they break
If you ask another Redcat hater out there of course they are gonna say they suck and that you should go and buy a Traxxas, Team Associated, Losi, or Hpi product because they are so much better made; I own 2 HPI, 2 Traxxas, and 1 Redcat rc and I break parts and parts wear out on all of them no kit is better than the other appearance wise they ( the popular brands) may look better made but from my experience they break or break down just as much as the Redcat I own.