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    Default New era juggernaut 2 - txt1- summit tran's


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    well this is a new era juggernaut chassis with a summit tran's txt1 axle's and some other spare part's still lot's of stuff to do before she's done what do you guy's think about were i put the shock's i don't know if i like them their i may put them back were they where... but the hard part is done summit tran's is mounted just wondering what you guy's use for drive shaft's thank's for any input [IMG][/IMG]

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    once i get everything were i want it then i will tear it down and have it powder coated it don't look that great but it's frankinstine Lol

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    body off pics of how you mounted the trans , as far as the shock i like them on the axles (looks more scale with a tuber )

    REVO shafts all the way , great start so far
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    ok here are some pic's i used a summit tran's with a emaxx single motor plate like i said still in the making but look's like it will work good sorry about the pic's not the best but you can see what i did Lol[IMG] [/IMG]

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    yeah even if you wanted you couldnt run a dual motor setup in the New Era frame if you want it dead center in the frame

    but looks good so far
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    Quote Originally Posted by TXT-2.0 View Post
    yeah even if you wanted you couldnt run a dual motor setup in the New Era frame if you want it dead center in the frame

    but looks good so far
    yeah i hear you i don't need two motor's on this anyway i have a mamba monster 2200 system for this one but i do have a thunder tech ripper txt1 with the old style emaxx tran's with two brushed motor's in it but it's a handful to run!!Lol

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    You did a great job on the tranny mount and color are you going to powder coat the frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocpede4x4 View Post
    You did a great job on the tranny mount and color are you going to powder coat the frame.
    Thank you, it didn't turn out to bad this chassis is a bit tricky to make the mount for because you really don't have a square spot to work with and on the color i think either black or gray

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    for drive shafts you want the revo ones like http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-BRUSHLES...item19d5eedb22
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    Tranny mount looks good!

    I'm with TXT 2.0, the shock look better mounted to the axles.
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