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Speedway Wrecker

Speedway Wrecker

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Submitted By
Dan Rhoades
Sterling Heights, MI, United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title Speedway Wrecker
Vehicle Class Scale, Other
Vehicle Class Other Sling type wrecker. or Tow truck.
Chassis Brand Axial
Chassis Model SCX10.2
Body Brand Pro-Line
Body Model 66 C-10 cab Custom bed
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Castle 2850kv slate motor.
Speed Control Brand and Model Castle Mamba X 1/10. also running a 10A BEC Castle.
Battery Brand and Model Venom 3S 3200mAh. mostly. also use 3S 2200, various brands.
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model RC4WD MT Claws 1.9 RC4WD steel chrome wagon wheel. Proline dual stage foams, trimmed and custom shaped for better fit.
Shocks Brand and Model generic plastic body shocks on the front with soft springs. unknown. Rears are Long style ECX aluminum body using Axial purple Wraith springs. Vanquish shock hoops front and rear.
Axles Brand and Model RC4WD HD R44. with HD 43/13 axial ring an pinon.
Paint Brand and Model Tamiya both PS and TS paints. Testors Spray and small bottle model paints. Tamiya weathering powder kits. Couple custom mixed colors.
Graphics Brand and Model All the lettering and weathering done by hand. Cab is painted on both sides. Lettering is done on the outside of doors and hood. the whole body cab and bed, are covered with Tamiya PS 55.
Light System Brand and Model LEDs are 3mm. Hand wired from scracth, and placed. Used Axial and Traxxas light buckets to make the install go easier. Rotator lights on light bar, are from Amazon and wired to a SPST slide switch mounted behind the bench seat.
Radio System Brand and Model all Spectrum. 4Ch receiver and using a DX4S
Further Description/Back Story To add to the list of info I sent in the email. interior is also from Proline, made for this 66C10 cab. Shifter and seat box are both from scratch styrene.

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