Bobbed Power Wagon

Bobbed Power Wagon

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Submitted By
Jacob Johnson
Fair Play, Missouri, United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title Bobbed Power Wagon
Vehicle Class Rock Crawler
Chassis Brand Axial
Chassis Model SCX 10.3
Body Brand Pro-Line
Body Model Power Wagon
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Hobbywing 1800kv Fusion system
Speed Control Brand and Model Hobbywing fusion
Battery Brand and Model Ovonic 3s 2200mah
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model Rc4wd Interco tsl super swamper iroks on unbranded aluminum bead locks
Shocks Brand and Model Axial stock
Axles Brand and Model Ssd Pro44 axles
Paint Brand and Model Createx
Graphics Brand and Model Harley Davidson
Scale Accessories Brand and Model Rc4wd warn winch front and rear
BlueLine Fabrication RC rear cage
Light System Brand and Model Unknown led headlights and rear light bar
Radio System Brand and Model Airtronics mt-4
Other Options Brand and Model Blue Line Fabrication RC rear cage/ floor pans ant front bumper
Further Description/Back Story This is my Axial Scx10.3 builders kit, I've been seeing Power Wagon builds and decided to do one of my own. I ordered picked up a Proline Power Wagon with the bed got it cut out and fitted then sent my chassis to Blue Line Fabrication RC to have a rear cage built. Scotty Bolin of Blue Line Fabrication RC did an amazing job. He built new floor pans with rock sliders to fit the cab, a new front mount for the body, the custom rear cage with rear winch mount. He also refinished my front bumper He built for me awhile back. Once I got it back I painted it pearl tangerine and black with a Harley Davidson logo and chrome window trim. I then ordered a 3d tool box to put the battery in for the front and rear warn winches so they have their own power source. The winches are controlled by the rc4wd wireless system. I originally wasn't going to run the bedsides but after putting them on I really liked the bobbed Power Wagon look.

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