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Old 29-04-2012
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I currently have a mad rat but if I fit threaded shocks and turnbuckles with the adjustment on does that mean it is a x2?
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I currently have a mad rat but if I fit threaded shocks and turnbuckles with the adjustment on does that mean it is a x2?
The materials (such as chassis) are different, too, if I remember correctly.
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material composit is differrent, but you can call ya car fred if you want
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http://www.voelkner.de/categories/81...o-RC-Cars.html

For that money you can get 2 rats, just 40pounds a piece!
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