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I find my DODGE RAM/RADIO SHACK-1/10 :-)

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Old 02-14-2015, 02:51 PM
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Can someone help me find parts for my [h=3]Radio Shack Sector 7 1:10 RC Radio-Control Dodge Raminator Truck[/h]
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Old 02-16-2015, 11:44 AM
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I have a Dodge Raminator 1/10 Sector 7 item #6018630 I want get a new battery how big can I go without frying my electronics or destroying my drive lines

I would love to get a new motor but if I go hobby grade motor I have to go the whole 9 yards and get a servo receiver, remote, esc, and motor but I would have to heavily mod the truck so maybe I could get new gears help please
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This is the truck my Son and I love.....I have one, but it does not have the remote.....what would you recommend for getting the beauty back to running and on the road?
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Old 05-27-2017, 06:01 AM
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Hi paulmillerplu.
there is a few ways you could get it back running.
you can look on ebay, flea markets or yard sales for a remote. (27 or 49 mhz) what ever frequency matched your rc.
you could get a different rc that has the controller and use those electronics to get it running. use electronics from a rc of similar size.
you can install hobby grade electronics but that will involve modifying the front end to fit a steering servo.
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