Snow Plowin Pede

Snow Plowin Pede

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Submitted By
Jason Hare
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania , United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title Snow Plowin Pede
Vehicle Class Monster Truck
Chassis Brand Traxxas
Chassis Model Factory Stampede 4×4 lcg chassis dyed black
Body Brand Traxxas
Body Model Factory blue an orange Stamped vxl body
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Stock velineon 540 with 15t pinion an yeah racing fan
Speed Control Brand and Model Factory velineon vxl 3s with yeah racing fan
Battery Brand and Model Zeee Batteries 6500 mah 80c 3s
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model Proline Raid wheels with 17mm hexes running Hot Racing 10mm offset 17mm adapters with Proline Masher Tires
Shocks Brand and Model Big Bore polished shocks with 4mm shock shafts with vg racing springs
Axles Brand and Model Traxxas Exteme Heavy Duty
Paint Brand and Model Factory
Graphics Brand and Model Factory
Scale Accessories Brand and Model Front plow light bar is by Polo Creations
Roof bar an yellow flashing light both from amazon.
Scale winch is by Injora with mini wireless remote
Radio System Brand and Model Traxxas Tqi
Other Options Brand and Model Xtreme Racing carbon fiber battery tray
Hot Racing steel 54t spur gear with slipper eliminator
Further Description/Back Story Its nothing super special, but i homebuilt a plow from a piece of 4 inch pvc pipe, i used a traxxas wheelie bar 3678 with the factory stampede 4×4 rear bumper mounts both upper an lower, and with some dremeling of the upper mount was able to make it fit an slide into the front differential housing mount for where the normal front bumper goes, same with the rear lower mount I used that on the front as the lower mount, i was basically then able to mount the entire factory 4×4 stampede rear bumper an lower wheelie bar bracket on the front as the lower frame for the plow that allows it to go up an down, an the factory bumper used as the winch mount, the blade is mounted to the lower wheelie bar bracket with screws an wire tabs around the bracket. Its not anything super custom buts is something pretty cool made with some time an ingenuity an some spare parts.

Build Process Photos

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