Little after work project. Used the old swaybar links from the JK, to make new ones for the pretend Jeep. Since I’ve lifted it I haven’t liked the links that came with it. The were noisy and constantly came loose.
No Problems... Just Solutions.Little after work project. Used the old swaybar links from the JK, to make new ones for the pretend Jeep. Since I’ve lifted it I haven’t liked the links that came with it. The were noisy and constantly came loose.
I think the grew like that, because they were cut down a long time ago. This is a bit above fort Bragg, so lots of redwood logging down, way back when.Those trees are fucking creepy looking
It was a bit overcast, but was amazing to be out of the heat!Oh yeah... perfect place to be this weekend. Nice
That’s pretty awesome! Don’t know how my tiny Jeep would like a trailer thoughMan, I saw this earlier and was trying to remember who was running them on here! I think you’ll like this!
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I actually looked at a gladiator today when I was getting the truck.That just means you need an r/c Gladiator and trailer to tow your mini trail rig!
I’ve seen those type of builds and thought about doing that for my Jeep. Might still later on.A friend of mine had a business idea of building custom RC Crawlers to match people's real-life rigs. Like you send in photos of your rig and he would build a mini scale version down to the accessories, paint color, decals, etc. I haven't built a crawler since the Axle AX10s came out but if I did it again I would love to build a hard body version of my jeep.
Also, this may be an old trick but we used to put stick on wheel weights around the inside of our wheels. It helped smooth everything out so it wasn't so jerky and twitchy and the extra weight and lower center of gravity helped a lot too.