Rock Crawling

Integy 2 to1 Crawler Steering Block-SPY SHOTS!!!

                            SPY SHOTS FROM INTEGY!!! This steering block from Integy is brand new and does not even have a part number or price yet so check back soon because we will post added info as soon as we get it.     [...]

Aug 30, 2007 Comments
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RPM Rock Crawler wheel images

                              FROM RPM: IMAGES AND ADDED INFO ON ROCK CRAWLING WHEELS The explosive growth of the rock crawler market as well as strong consumer demand has led RPM to the development of these new crawler-specific wheels. Most crawler owners have been [...]

Aug 30, 2007 Comments
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Imex Rubicon 2.2 Rock Crawling Tire

  Not much info on these yet, but they’re due out in September and will be offered in a new compound.

Aug 18, 2007 Comments
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Novak’s new crawling system: The Goat

New from Team Novak: Get to the Top with the Goat As the R/C crawling segment gains popularity, the need for crawler-specific equipment has become greater. Novak is happy to fill the need with the new Goat Crawler Brushless System (#3019), Goat Crawler Brushless/Brush ESC (#3219), and Crawler Sintered Brushless Motor (#3419). Novak has always [...]

Aug 09, 2007 Comments
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Integy’s new rock crawler parts

This is Integy’s new rock crawler chassis. It’s offered in silver and blue. We show more of the new stuff on our forum, and that’s about half of the new Integy rock crawler parts from Integy. Most look to be for the Tamiya Clod Buster, but some parts are also for the Tamiya TXT-1. We [...]

Aug 01, 2007 Comments
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Axial Rock Lizard race tires

Now softer and stickier to give your rig a more tenacious grip

Jul 20, 2007 Comments
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Axial AX10 Scorpion preview!

Axial is at the cutting edge of the rock-crawling scene with the AX10 Scorpion, an all-in-one-box crawler kit that looks very well finished and is completely unique to Axial–it’s no conversion kit. Go here for more info, pics and discusion!

Apr 20, 2007 Comments
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Axial AX10 Scorpion

  Previously the only way to build a competition capable rock crawler was to buy bits and pieces of several different kits here and there, sometimes taking several months just to get the right parts together before you could even start the build. Now you can get everything you need in one box and, in [...]

Apr 19, 2007 Comments
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