I would absolutely split the wheels and truck up. Generally speaking the sort of person that wants mayhem wheels doesn't want a stock truck with it, and the sort of person that wants a stock truck doesn't appreciate expensive wheels
Can't help you with price, unless you're interested in what I would expect it to sell for in Australia. They do tend to hold their value better than race gear though.
Fair point. I'll probably split the wheels and tires from the chassis. How bad will that hurt the resale value to not have wheels and tires for a chassis? I don't have any cheap extras laying around.
OK nice one - was in the market couple of months ago- a lot of aluminum down there nice that the top comes off - I would try and snag it at $250 maybe $300. I don't buy things online would have to be in person. Even then I've gotten ripped off because I did not inspect it closely.
You can get a new rtr for $300 -but regardless of upgrades- lots of guys want to make something unique.
The truck is mostly stock with only the Kit version upgrades, so it's a little nicer than an RTR truck.
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