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    Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep

    Hey Guys, just dropping by to post that the 1:6th scale NB Jeep Wranglers are back in stock at Target. Here's The Link!!

    http://www.target.com/p/New-Bright-1...ckCP_Adjacency

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    RE: Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep

    WOW ... great news for those who want to build a (((BIG-CRAWLER)).

    http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_8622872/tm.htm = ((( BIG-CRAWLER )))

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GMD5-_fc50[/youtube]

    The fun can be great with this model .. The changes are numerous .... By the way, BIG-CRAWLER still works and it is still as good .. I would like to see the work of a member of this model in the coming months .. go .. have fun











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    RE: Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep

    texx, how did you mount the metal bumper to the front of your big crawler?

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    RE: Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep

    Hello ...

    I screwed the bumper steel directly after the body .. But I reinforced the point where it is anchored.





    It's pretty solid.

    These large 1 / 6 are very well to changes.

    And on the rock, they climb very well.

    Their engine and transmission need not be changed.



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    RE: Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep

    Idon't see screw heads on the front of the bumper. Is it screwed from behind?

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    RE: Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep

    Yes .. the screws are screwed from the inside (( behind )).[8D]
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    RE: Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep

    Texx,
    I'm looking for some lower gear sets for my NB1/ th. I've been to two big hobby shops and they haven't had the gears or can't find them without me giving them a model of RC they came out of. Can anyone tell me a part number for the gear packs or the model of RC they were actually for that you used to put lower gears in your New Bright crawler. 
     
    Any help is greatly appreciated. My 6 year old loves his New Bright and I've done some of the simple suspension mods and fender trimming, but it needs better crawling capabilites.

    THANKS!!!

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    RE: Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep


    Hello...Vader5

    Cobra ... a member of this forum has already given some models of 4 th gears ..

    See below. All ratios are shown.

    YELLOW-CRAWLER has a 4 th gear 34 X 10 = 184 / 1

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBzuNlozLk4[/youtube]

    You can find them in old models of rc found in flea markets.

    The installation of the 4 th gears should not be difficult.

    good luck[8D]


    COBRA69 said ....

    I have used different size compound gears for the 4th gear mod with good results,the only thing that changes is your final drive ratio.

    46x10 10t pinion=199 to 1

    46x10 ((( 8t pinion )))=248to1

    42x14 10t pinion=130 to1

    42x14 ((( 8t pinion )))=162 to 1

    56x10 10t pinion=242 to 1

    56x10 ((( 8t pinion )))=302 to 1

    Hope this helps a little ......
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    RE: Back In Stock!!! 1:6 scale NB Jeep

    in your opinion are these easier to modify than my nylint 1/6 scale crawler? How does it perform by comparison?

    I may just go get one and find out for myself, lol

    M.


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