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Old 01-17-2010, 12:23 AM   #26
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Re: Some Of my Big Rig Collection

Those are awesome. I saw Wedico and knew you were in it good. I priced those out and they are not cheap. We used to use those for some of the stuff at work (long before me) and had some parts left over from them, so I grabbed them. I have a mostly complete trailer, and a bunch of leafs, and tires. Was thinking of using it with my Tonka stuff for display, but probably going to sell them when I saw the price

I'll have to grab some pictures of the one from work. It's a bull-nose, but unsure what make. We also have a bus as well. Hopefully we still have that.
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Old 02-03-2010, 12:13 PM   #27
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Re: Some Of my Big Rig Collection

Here are some pictures of the ones that we used to use. Could not find the bus (must have gone back to storage) but I did get these:


You can see some of the camera stuff we mounted in the cab of it:


And a rear shot. This is the same style trailer I have at home:


Wish we still have the working one of these systems in house, but unfortunately it was scrapped when we moved buildings. I'll see if I can find some old promo material on it though. I know we have one ot two systems still out there.
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Old 02-07-2010, 03:15 PM   #28
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Re: Some Of my Big Rig Collection

I do rc rock crawling brushless does give you more torque and longer run time.Its fun driving something up a hill you can't walk up and if you crash it your not walking home is the best part.But you and me both know rc parts get pricey fast.The rooster is a great speed controler so is the rebel 2 but both they quit making.

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