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Blazing Blazer Chassis Custom Build 6 days 4 hours ago #60895

It doesn't seem that long since I last dusted the Clod, but I guess it's been longer than I thought - note the bodyclip "shadow" & the rotting dutch cap :(







It's just sitting on the body posts so you'd be able to lower it & sort the angle, but a Clod body on a 3-speed chassis looks quite a credible choice.

The only issue is the front of the chassis would stick out underneath the under grille panel with the wheelarches centred over the hubs.



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Blazing Blazer Chassis Custom Build 6 days 4 hours ago #60896

Clod body is 37mm shorter than the Bruiser:






It looks a lot narrower than the Bruiser body, but (apart from the wheelarch flares) it really isn't.






I know a direct Blazer/Clod comparison would have been more use, but from what I've seen here, a "Bustin' Blazer" could work :)
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Blazing Blazer Chassis Custom Build 6 days 3 hours ago #60897

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Hi Jonny, thanks for taking the time to do this for me, cheers.

It’s good to know it could be a viable option. And gives me something to think about.
I was looking at the rc4wd K5 Blazer body yesterday as well.
I think the ultimate would be to chop off the roof and try to get a driver, some kind of interior and a roll cage on it.
Although if done badly it could end up looking like a crap imitation.
I’m tempted to buy both shells.

Thanks again Jonny.

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