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bumper
7.02%
skid plate
15.79%
bulk heads
17.54%
spur gear
14.04%
rims
0
0%
antenna tube
5.26%
body mount
14.04%
black cap thing on top of trx 2.5 engine
17.54%
E-Z start motor(Burned out)
5.26%
remote or transmitter(dropped or dtepped on)
3.51%
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Old 01-10-2004, 12:10 AM
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whats the first thing that broke on your max.
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Old 01-10-2004, 12:16 AM
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What if I don't?
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Old 01-10-2004, 12:24 AM
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2 years ago broke a bulk head, my batteries were low, and i was coming at full speed and it went out of control, hit a wall at full speed, and only broke the front bulk head, and they say Savage is tuff
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Old 01-10-2004, 08:45 PM
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my first stock part i broke on my maxx was my rear left bulkhead when attempting a double backflip i completed the second rotation and then went a little to far before hitting the breaks and i landed with the front wheels straight above the rear ones and it broke the highest point in the bulkhead. other than that i havent had any problems with it
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Old 01-11-2004, 01:34 AM
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a double back flip is pretty impressive.id never try it.the first thing i broke was the front bulk head because i dropped the transmitter and the batteries fell out and the truck took of at full speed and hit a fence post on our barbed wire fence
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front/rear lower/upper arms, and shocks should be on that list.
I broke 1 arm, 3 shocks, front skid plate, and my front shock tower from a crash through the snow and into my mailbox post at about 20-25mph yesterday. I blame the cold temps for making the plastic parts extra weak...
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First thing i broke was an a-arm. I ran my tmaxx into a clothes line post because i was a newbie then.
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