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kyled123
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Post by kyled123 » Wed Jan 18, 2006 9:22 pm

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Post by kyled123 » Wed Jan 18, 2006 9:28 pm

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Post by kyled123 » Wed Jan 18, 2006 9:39 pm

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last one. thanks for lookin and share your thoughts
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The Red Dragon
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Post by The Red Dragon » Wed Jan 18, 2006 11:11 pm

hehe, the dog in teh back is looking like "Noooo Touchy" cool looking project truck. look as tho it could use a little bath tho. "shiny new parts...on a dirty truck....god i love being a redneck"
R.I.P Braden Mare. you where a true friend and will be missed.


Rides:
JunkYard Nautilus....in dry dock for repairs
clodbuster (bigfoot 8 ) (upgraded to 12v lead acid sealed battery)
HPI RS4 MT (dead, brushless killed it)

kyled123
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Post by kyled123 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 12:01 am

lol yea she dont look happy there she enjoysy chasin the truck and when she catches it steping on it and tryin to pick it up and run away with it lol. yes it needs a bath and new screws but all in due time. its so dustly because i live on a gravel road.. that pic was taken after i cleaned the shocks and put new fluid in em.. had only been run 15 times and the fluid was black lol. thanks. later kyle.
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The Red Dragon
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Post by The Red Dragon » Thu Jan 19, 2006 1:46 am

wow, 15runs to make shock oil black. my friend only did one and his truck was black. he didn't tighten the shocks and the oil coated the truck insted. nice fine dust from dirt roads does wonders for parts
R.I.P Braden Mare. you where a true friend and will be missed.


Rides:
JunkYard Nautilus....in dry dock for repairs
clodbuster (bigfoot 8 ) (upgraded to 12v lead acid sealed battery)
HPI RS4 MT (dead, brushless killed it)

kyled123
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Post by kyled123 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:04 am

yea i know.. boy do i know lol
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The Red Dragon
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Post by The Red Dragon » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:09 am

at least you didn't have to witness a brand new King blackfoot demolished in a month from box to grave. good thing i got my shocks back after he killed the truck
R.I.P Braden Mare. you where a true friend and will be missed.


Rides:
JunkYard Nautilus....in dry dock for repairs
clodbuster (bigfoot 8 ) (upgraded to 12v lead acid sealed battery)
HPI RS4 MT (dead, brushless killed it)

kyled123
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Post by kyled123 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:11 am

lol got hit by a car?
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The Red Dragon
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Post by The Red Dragon » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:24 am

nope
lets say he put a new meaning to "Bashing" every time he ran the truck he'd brake something and haywire the dang thing back together, he got it to the point the body was stitched together with wire, the rear tranny case was held together with wire and every screw was stripped from over tightening
R.I.P Braden Mare. you where a true friend and will be missed.


Rides:
JunkYard Nautilus....in dry dock for repairs
clodbuster (bigfoot 8 ) (upgraded to 12v lead acid sealed battery)
HPI RS4 MT (dead, brushless killed it)

kyled123
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Post by kyled123 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:26 am

lol well at least he had fun i guess.
stock clod rc10t AND NOW a rc10GT nitro love that smell

The Red Dragon
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Post by The Red Dragon » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:38 am

right, guess who he came to when it stopped working and wanted to fix it. he built the tamiya king blackfoot in 6hours. i told him don't build it in under 13 for good reasons. the kids on drugs now and doesn't own a sing RC anymore
R.I.P Braden Mare. you where a true friend and will be missed.


Rides:
JunkYard Nautilus....in dry dock for repairs
clodbuster (bigfoot 8 ) (upgraded to 12v lead acid sealed battery)
HPI RS4 MT (dead, brushless killed it)

kyled123
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Post by kyled123 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:41 am

yea unfortunately some people are a lost cause.. ive never built a kit b4 but i know you should take your time
stock clod rc10t AND NOW a rc10GT nitro love that smell

The Red Dragon
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Post by The Red Dragon » Thu Jan 19, 2006 3:00 am

i have built many kits, from RC to static display. i'm working on one 56 ford and i already have 39hours in body work on the body only. and it's only in primer so far. my marui samuria i used to take two hours to disasemble and clean making sure each section the bolts came from went back in their right places. i'm gonna take a few days to build my clod when i get it, sanding the nubs off the parts tree and making sure all parts fit before bolting them together
R.I.P Braden Mare. you where a true friend and will be missed.


Rides:
JunkYard Nautilus....in dry dock for repairs
clodbuster (bigfoot 8 ) (upgraded to 12v lead acid sealed battery)
HPI RS4 MT (dead, brushless killed it)

kyled123
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Post by kyled123 » Thu Jan 19, 2006 3:30 am

i see it sounds time consuming but probly rewarding.
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