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Quick ??? on Juggernaut

Old 09-29-2005, 09:57 PM
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Default Quick ??? on Juggernaut

Not a crawler guy, I usually hang out in the giant scale section. Local guy has a Juggernaut (2?) for sale with 4WD and 4WS and twin motors. Supposed to be in good shape. Going to go and see it tomorrow. What would be a good price? What to look for?, etc, etc.... I dont know if it is a Juggernaut 2 or not. Hit me back tonight or in the AM so I dont look so jacked up when I go to look at this thing....lol

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Old 10-01-2005, 01:13 PM
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Jugg 2's have "2000" stamped on the axles in several places. Fair price would be $150-200 IMO
Old 10-01-2005, 06:46 PM
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Hey guys....thanks. I went ahead and picked it up. Excellent condition however I believe it is gonna need a ESC as the throttle is a little eratic. I will try to put up some pics.


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Old 10-02-2005, 12:49 PM
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Default RE: Quick ??? on Juggernaut

dont just automatically assume its the esc if your throttle is a little jumpy. things to check first are you connections for the battery and make sure the battery is charged correctly. also make sure your remote is fully juiced. then it could be a severed antena. all of which are much cheaper than having to get a new esc hehe. my stock e-maxx used to get eratic when it got somewhat out far out, but soldering the motor leads directly to the esc helped along with deans connectors for batteries.

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