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    #28
    what other vehicule do you have?
     

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    #29
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    FG is one of the best rc trucks for the money in my opinion!very very durable,powerful.awsome truck!
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    #30
    many vehicles are in this site
    http://annonces.modelisme.free.fr
     

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    I'll bring this back. I'm thinking of getting an FG the Marder is one of my choices, and more than likely going to be it.
    What are the differences between the Marder and the Marder Race.
    Any info would be appreciated
    Thanks
     

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    #32
    The marder race has adjustable shocks, gear protector, steel pinion, adjusttable front arms, rear ball drive set, and an option of white or clear body. The marder only comes in white. There are a few others just can't remember right now.
     

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    i want marder so bad..
     

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    I ended up getting a Leopard.
    There was a Marder on Ebay for around $600 RTR.
     

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    what are big differences between marder and leopart?
     

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    Besides being more competative, I know the chassis is longer on a Leopard.
    I wrote to a freind of mine who's had a Leo for a while. When he writes back, I'll fill you in. Sorry I couldnt be a little more helpful. I've had mine for just about 2 weeks so I'm still learning about it.
     

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    The biggest always survive!!!!
     

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    the reason i want to get gasoline offroad is...

    really durable(nice), powerful!, and looks really cool..

    and need less maintenence....

    lol

    i will work during summer...and hopefully can get fg offroad at the end of summer...lol
     

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    juntom10,
    dont forget run times, one tank will get you roughly 45 minutes of run time.
    Good Luck, hopefully you will get one sooner than later.
     

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    Here are the differences between the Marder and Leopard

    Threaded alloy shocks
    longer flat chassis (no kick up) close to on-road chassis
    Front upper and lower arms and bulkhead
    The wheels are actually a bit bigger and rims are off-set with the steel rings fro strenght.
    rear alloy diff not plastic
    raised rear end (uses a plastic spacer) so the gear doesn't sick past the chassis
    radio tray is the same as on-roads
    side guards and body mounts
    front part of rollcage is a bit higher (1/4 or so)
    front aluminum brace from the bulkheads to the radio tray is longer
    New versions have ball drives instead of dogbones

    Hope this helps.
    Later
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tig
    Here are the differences between the Marder and Leopard

    Threaded alloy shocks
    longer flat chassis (no kick up) close to on-road chassis
    Front upper and lower arms and bulkhead
    The wheels are actually a bit bigger and rims are off-set with the steel rings fro strenght.
    rear alloy diff not plastic
    raised rear end (uses a plastic spacer) so the gear doesn't sick past the chassis
    radio tray is the same as on-roads
    side guards and body mounts
    front part of rollcage is a bit higher (1/4 or so)
    front aluminum brace from the bulkheads to the radio tray is longer
    New versions have ball drives instead of dogbones

    Hope this helps.
    Later
    thank you!

    those are a lot!

    i hope i can get FG car at the end of the summer....(need to work hard during summer lol)
     

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    any time, I hope that helps you out.
    Yeah, theres more than I thought.

    Good Luck
    You can do it, before you know it you'll be out there bashing with the best of them.
     

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    #43
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    do you know the big forum of FG?
     

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    Hmmm, I dont know of any FG specific forums.
    There is RCUniverse.com that has quite a bunch of FG owners.
    Theres also Largescaleforums.com, I'm sure there is one its probably UK based.
    I'll search around and see what I can find.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tig
    Hmmm, I dont know of any FG specific forums.
    There is RCUniverse.com that has quite a bunch of FG owners.
    Theres also Largescaleforums.com, I'm sure there is one its probably UK based.
    I'll search around and see what I can find.
    ok. thanks
     

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    are there any good fg product retailers?
     

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    ok. thanks
    Any Time

    Largescalerc.com , ask for Troy.
    He is your one stop FG shop. Great guy to deal with and very fast with deliveries.


     

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    #48
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    I see
     

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    hi TIG leadfoot here hey have you ever used king kong tiers they are 8.5 "tall and 4.5 " wide I wonder how they work on the FH ?
     

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    i want to see any pic of marder!!
     

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