Week 1 - Joey Flores

1) I found that when working on chassis/cages ext. its easier to use a wire welder to tack it all together and then braze it after. It's nice to hold the piece how you ...
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Week 1 - John Slichter

If you are like me, I am always looking for some more scale points. Here is a simple and easy way to get some using what you most likely already have laying around on your work bench...
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Week 1 - Allen Chitty

First tip is for that “I just bought a wraith what should I do to it?” question. This will help improve performance and doesn’t cast anything...
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Week 1 - Chris Meeks

I wanted to share the step by step process I use to make a template and hopefully someone puts it to use on their next build!!...
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Week 1 - Jeff Harbison

Do you hate having to make multiple trips from your car to your favorite comp spot or trailhead with all your gear? ...
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Week 1 - Johhny Hernandez

RC4WD OEM Steelies can be very difficult to mount.
I've found that if you use extra long screws to get them started, you can save yourself a lot of time and headache....
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Week 1 - Shon Koch

When working with hard bodies such as New Bright or even Tamiya, I found that using ABS cement, the one for plumbing pipes, works amazing for bonding and filling joints or cracks....
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Week 1 - James Heath

So the first of my three tips-n-tricks has to do with installing BeefTubes. Beeftubes help add some strength to your axle housings, while at the same time putting weight in the lowest stationary spot possible, the axles....
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