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    Default 1985 RC4WD Blazer

    Sorry, I just cant come up with a catchy title. I wasnt sure where to to even put this build, its not a monster truck and I guess its more mega truck, so I thought about the Off-road forum but just settled on General.

    Its been awhile since Ive done a forum, but here goes, ( I was jeffro on scale4x4rc )

    I decided to finally build it as a Blazer instead of truck, but I wanted a different year, to be different of course.

    Its a TF2 chassis with a Tamiya Cr-01 cage. The rest is all RC4WD. See what ya think, its early in the building. Most of the parts are leftovers from other stuff.














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    Nice work on the body. I love a Blazer sitting up high.

    I spot some Blackwell/Rockwell axles. Too bad those aren't made anymore, they were very nicely detailed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Small Factory View Post
    Nice work on the body. I love a Blazer sitting up high.

    I spot some Blackwell/Rockwell axles. Too bad those aren't made anymore, they were very nicely detailed.
    Thank you Small Factory I guess I will say I was lucky to find them . I keep looking but no luck yet


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    Thoughts











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    Some progress I guess, any thoughts or am I in the wrong area













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    Very cool, love a mega/monster/mud truck, looking pretty mean!

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    Great work on the front end and grill. Weird how the original body set has such a dramatic angle on the front.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dagabba View Post
    Very cool, love a mega/monster/mud truck, looking pretty mean!
    Thank you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Small Factory View Post
    Great work on the front end and grill. Weird how the original body set has such a dramatic angle on the front.
    Thank you . I’ve always thought that too. It’s close, but it seems to be more angled then a real one from what I see.


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    I’ve added some color so I can see my lines better. Still needs a little shaping. I also went with a dual shock setup. ( I have so many extras left over from the years of doing this)








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