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My Ebay new buys & project buys. 6 months 3 weeks ago #60918

The second one is ok but first inclued gearbox

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My Ebay new buys & project buys. 6 months 3 weeks ago #60921

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Al wrote: I’ve got to agree Andy this is an addictive chassis, I’m waiting on an eBay win of FAV and Wild One parts. So I can’t wait to see exactly what turns up, hopefully most of an FAV and most of a Wild One.
So that will mean 5 of these.


They are brilliant ;) I think this makes 18 :ohmy: :blush: :laugh:


Some cars are just addictive and this chassis just seems to offer up so many possibilities.
Plus it doesn’t help if they keep following you home.
You’re a good man to take it in and give it a good home.

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My Ebay new buys & project buys. 6 months 1 week ago #61126

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:blush: So I found a Juggernaut 1 for sale at a good price and it's on the way ;) It seems to have the original axles which were flawed and are toast, I remember That there was an offer of replacements some time back, Does anyone know if it was Tamiya Japan or USA that were offering that and if they still might? Any information on it would be helpful thanks :)

If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)
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My Ebay new buys & project buys. 6 months 1 week ago #61127

In France to. They replaced axle by jugg2 ones.

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Hi Andy so did that body shell get re-used on the High-lift ?

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Al wrote: Hi Andy so did that body shell get re-used on the High-lift ?


correct but Juggernaut 1 were Moulded in Black and the Jugg2 and High lift in white ;)
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)

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My Ebay new buys & project buys. 6 months 1 week ago #61130

They are several differences between jugg and hilift body. Take a look on the blakbirds jugg build topic.
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My Ebay new buys & project buys. 6 months 1 week ago #61141

I doubt the "fix" kit for the Jugg 1 is still available. The axles are nearly the same as the TXT-1 and TXT-2 with the only difference between the axle mounted servo. There's a difference in the transmission as well. Later output shaft is bigger diameter.
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My Ebay new buys & project buys. 6 months 1 week ago #61153

Nice score Andy! Always wanted to have one of those as they are huge. Problem is the only ones around here are NIB and very expensive.
Love to see what it looks like when you are done.

Shelf Queen or runner???

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1972 LeMansGT Jim wrote:
Shelf Queen or runner???


Mine are always runners :) Maybe I just don't drive them with reckless abandon ;)
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)

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