SG's TX-C2 - The AgriClod

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Sixtys Guy
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Re: SG's TX-C2 - The AgriClod

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I haven't driven this truck much and I ended up putting my Aussie Outlaw body on it. It wasn't my original intention, but it sits really well on the chassis. I took it to the local MTB track and had some fun, but smoked the rear Firebolt. I'm going brushless on this I think. I will pick up a couple of cheap combos on Ebay.

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I really like that last pic! :thumbsup: =D>

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andymac0035 wrote:I really like that last pic! :thumbsup: =D>
X2! With the red dust on it really helps to see the body lines now. I remember you saying you were not happy with the color, how about now that its dusty? :mrgreen:
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Thanks guys! You know it does take a bit of the brightness off it with the dust and yes, I do like it better now!

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8) BTW, Be sure to enter next months contest. That last picture is sweet! I just want to keep staring at it. :wink:
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I was actually planning on entering this month, but by the time I got home from work it was closed already (14 hour time difference!)