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hjy - 1.04.14, 10:31 am Post #11: | Reply With Quote
I have an anza lcg and love it. Perfect blend of aluminun and carbon fiber. Is a little pricey but very nice piece. Took it to hobby shop for gear question and lhs guy was showing to coworkers so not something u see everywhere. Also stock electronics fit up perfectly.
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MooseSlash - 1.04.14, 11:15 am Post #12: | Reply With Quote
I'd say the Traxxas LCG one. It looks light, simple, and racy.
I choose to race a Traxxas, not because it is easy but because it is hard!
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RCer4life - 1.04.14, 11:17 am Post #13: | Reply With Quote
I love the Pro-Line chassis. It is pricey, but it is nice!
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edgeverse - 1.04.14, 11:27 am Post #14: | Reply With Quote
St. George said
I had this Dynamite LCG kit for a little while, highly recommended:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dynamite-DYN...item54000b6bb7
I have to second St George's suggestion. I am sporting one as well and love it. The Dynamite kit is solid and easy to assemble.
"Chance favors the prepared mind."
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St. George - 1.04.14, 12:06 pm Post #15: | Reply With Quote
edgeverse said
I have to second St George's suggestion. I am sporting one as well and love it. The Dynamite kit is solid and easy to assemble.
I really like how it has six screws securing the top plate, which is only
one piece.
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edgeverse - 1.04.14, 12:22 pm Post #16: | Reply With Quote
Yes, that ans the 4 lower screws. The manaul said you can use longer screws than the included ones with nuts to secure them, or use the included screws with loctite. I did the loctite deal.

Also, I like the craftsmanship of the aluminum. The lower rear plate is quite sturdy. I tried bending it and had trouble.
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Briansshop - 1.04.14, 5:42 pm Post #17: | Reply With Quote
drgpolaris said
I have an ANZA and it's awesome!
My next truck,for sure.
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SlashDaddy - 1.05.14, 10:01 pm Post #18: | Reply With Quote
I just picked up an ANZA it looks sweet for sure I'll post some pictures tomorrow of it.

here is mine as of right now

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4x4 Slash: Castle MMP SCT, Custom CF mount, Losi SCTE shocks, MIP Xduty Axels, RPM front and rear Arms, RPM Front Bumper, Traxxas aluminum Hubs and carriers
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Rck187 - 1.06.14, 5:14 am Post #19: | Reply With Quote
I will say azna as well ! Built super tough and I have hammered
Mine and it's still perfect I have even landed directly on the carbon
Wings and they are still perfect ! I have a ton if anza products and can
Say it's all great craftmanship and extreamly durable .
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alldamday - 1.06.14, 5:37 am Post #20: | Reply With Quote
if you have the mony proline is great.
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