WORDS & PHOTOS JASON SAMS Tamiya Quality In a Truggy, And We Drive It First! Left: the brakes are pretty slick. The individual bias is easily adjusted by changing the length of the turn-buckle between the two arms. With the linkage set up in this way, you won't have to readjust your brakes when you remove the center diff. Right: all of the truck's key aluminum components are machined out of top-shelf 7075 aluminum and...
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