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Old 03-11-2011, 09:48 PM
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I always liked the way the AE SC10 body looked.
Only thing I did was cut and lower the front and rear body mounts about a 1/4 inch in the rear and 1/8 in the front. Helps it look better without losing to much suspension travel, currently my arms are level with the ground. Also cut the upper loops off the front bumper. Thanks to Rckcrwlr for the RC4WD rims.




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SWEET.......it looks great.
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That looks great. The sc10 body has way nicer lines than the slash IMO. The only thing I would change tho would be the front bumper..It looks a little too high to me.
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That looks great. The sc10 body has way nicer lines than the slash IMO. The only thing I would change tho would be the front bumper..It looks a little too high to me.
I'm not to fond of the bumper either.
I cut the top part off to help out, but it's still to high. The reason is because I lowered the body by cutting the body post down. Most peolpe who run the SC10 body just slam their suspension down to get the lower look. I'm just a basher so I still needed some suspension travel.
Might try and drill new holes on the bottom to lower it.
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I run rpm bumper on mine I just moved down cut and redrilled it.I also cut my body mounts.

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I run rpm bumper on mine I just moved down cut and redrilled it.I also cut my body mounts.

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That bumper looks good. I've have a RPM bumper on my desert slash and I never been to fond of the way it looks on the truck. Maybe I'll cut it up for this truck.
Cutting the body post is the key to make the sc10 bodies look good.
Love the JConcept wheels on your trucks.
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WICKED!!! the tires match it perfectly and it looks so neat and tidy
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