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    Default RC4WD M416 Trailer (for trailering)

    I picked up one of these RC4WD M416 trailers last year. It's about time I share some pics.

    Here it is in stock form.

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    Fenders are able to be moved up and down to fit tire size.

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    I lost the original leaf screws when I was removing the helper leafs, so ignore the ugly temporary chrome ones. Unfortunately this uses a sliding rear 'shackle' rather than a standard shackle like on the trucks. Possibly to keep the ride height down.

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    The original wheel/tire combo is correct but way too big. I first auditioned these...

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    But then decided these were the best fit.

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    I'm not a scale accessory kid of guy, so these are all that I own. I got myself some small rare earth magnets that have a countersunk hole. Since the trailer is metal then I can just throw them in there and not worry about them bouncing out.

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    Looks right at home behind the 1/9th scale hilux.

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    Looks great! Cunning hidden battery box too.

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    Looking good man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagabba View Post
    Looks great! Cunning hidden battery box too.
    In the gas tank. Wait, is this not a trailer...?

    Quote Originally Posted by LittleRascle View Post
    Looking good man.
    It's a fun toy.

    Makes for a great place for those SBG stickers as well.

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