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TOPIC: it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster?

it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57963

I want to try a Monstertruck...

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it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57964

It must to be a clod?

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it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57965

As long it's a monster truck... It would be fine Oh yes, I drop a flysky 2.4ghz tx in the deal.

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Last edit: by Dash_Crash.

it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57966

I totally get the idea of a Monster Truck, especially the Clod with it's ability to drive over pretty much anything (snow, deep water, Lunchboxes), but they do have flaws (low speed, battery drain, very poor sterring) ... my principle worry would be your valuation - a Mountaineer and a Clod are not equal, a Clod is worth less than half a Mountaineer in my opinion.

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it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57967

so i'l go for a txt?

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it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57968

I could offer you a hirider2. Not the level of a mountainer but a good basher new old built.

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it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57970

stingray-63 wrote: I could offer you a hirider2. Not the level of a mountainer but a good basher new old built.


It has 4WS? it includes Radio?

Oh, is a 4x2 deal based on the Ultima chassis... Il pass, sorry.
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Last edit: by Dash_Crash.

it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57973

I was sure ;) I keep my clod. It was my dad's one and I restored it boxart.

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it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57977

The Mountaineer is a beautiful Toyota, and so is the Clod Buster as a Chevrolet. If you want to run them, the Clod Buster is definitely an all-round better and more fun truck to drive.

Have a look at the kit prices below in a 1996 magazine:



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Last edit: by mongoose1983.

it's okay to trade a Mountaineer customized for a Clodbuuster? 1 month 2 weeks ago #57984

my Mountaineer isn'tcoriginal, is black, also has decals mounted differently by first owner, it has a big hole in interior to fit a figure, has the bruiser Sleeper... Difficult to love, a equal trade for me...Originaly lacked some parts so Ihad to scavenge for them, like the gear selector ball from a volvo 1/14 truck and Duraluminnum frront axles.

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