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    Body options??

    Anyone have any none stock body's for their telluride?? Looking for a new shell and don't know of many options for it! Do any of the Scx10 body's work or something similar? Please let me know what are some options without a ton of modifications!! Thank you

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    I dont think scx10 work, might look into proline
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    +1 select your model on pro lines website. Stampede body's should work.

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    I have the Proline 93 Cherokee body on my son's Telly. A tad big, but it works. I've since added a RPM Slash rear bumper to protect the back.

    https://goo.gl/photos/h6HbasyC6zP95KiZ9

    https://goo.gl/photos/85AYgtBWN8L4s2JdA
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    Stampede bodies will work.
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    What about killer body Mitsubishi Pajero they look lush.
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    Its a 1/10 monster truck.....but its a bit off for a clodbuster body. Id stick with telluride or stampede bodies......also some 1/10 car bodies will work if you like the monster car look. Hpi drift camaro body will fit.

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    If you like Jeep's, this will work.
    http://www.prolineracing.com/traxxas...de-4x4-bodies/

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    The hpi crawler king bronco will work. That's what I used. Wheel base is perfect

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    I am a new owner of a traxxas electric 1/10 car. Just how it came, I don’t know what the name of the car is right now.. you see, I am a 65 year old retired woman, (lol) who enjoys the outdoors greatly here in Colorado. I’m a camper, atving, hunter Rocky Mtn. Woman through and through. I’m LOVING my new toy which I’ve wanted for YEARS and finally put out around $500 for everything I needed at Hobby Store! I originally wanted a “gas nitro car or truck or boat” as I’ve played with those before through a friend who had numerous gas vehicles! It was a RIOT!! But after going into the Hobby Store and talking with the folks behind the counter, and I AM a beginner, I purchased a lithium battery operated 1/10 car that will do 65! (I was like.. really??? Holy cow!) after finally getting the thing programmed charged and set wheels, I was playing with it on my property up here in the mountains, I was GRINNIN’ so hard my jaws were hurting!�� it’s a KICK in the ARS!!! Now, I’m wanting different bodies!! Been researching it, and low and behold, you can purchase different bodies!! Ok my question now: I’ve been looking at “vintage cars” chassis, especially an old 65-69 Ford Mustangs, OR Toyota Tundras (My personal truck) I found a couple of Mustangs already painted. (I really don’t want to try to take on the challenge of learning how to paint these things and to look professional) can a HPI chassis fit on my car? Or can anyone lead me to “what chassis will fit on my car”??? I am really drawn to changing my car! Also I’d like a truck! Do I need to give it a lift kit if I do that? Thanks Terri

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    Will this mustang fit my 1/10 traxxas electric car? https://www.ebay.com/itm/HPI-Ford-Mu...-/164371116434

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    Congrats on your purchase and welcome to the Traxxas forums!

    What specific model Traxxas car do you have? You put your question in the "Telluride" sub-forum, but that model had been discontinued a few years ago.

    Different models have different wheelbases. Once we know your specific model, we can help steer you in the right direction.

    If it is a Telluride, the wheelbase is 273mm (I think). If it is, then the bodies for the Stampede should work out for you (wheelbase is 275mm).

    Have fun!

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    The body you posted is for local pick-up only. Are you are planning to go to Florida...
    Last edited by Squeegie; 10-09-2020 at 01:21 PM.
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    Like Squeegie said, Traxxas has several lines of 1/10 scale electric vehicles. Since you posted in the Telluride forum, does it look like this?:


    If not, which one does it look like (this is the 4wd lineup, 2wd looks may vary):
    Stampede:


    Rustler:


    Slash:


    For the mustang body, it is for 1/10 onroad touring cars (which are significantly smaller than 1/10 offroads), so unless you have the 4 Tec 2.0, it probably won't fit.
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    I am guessing it is a Rustler 4x4 VXL.

    Why? She said it will do 65 MPH and the box says it will go 65+ MPH:

    https://traxxas.com/sites/default/fi...X4-VXL-Box.pdf

    Terri: The only body for it for now (other than stock) is Pro-Line's Ford Raptor body:


    https://www.prolineracing.com/bodies...ustler-4x4.asp

    Too bad you didn't get a Slash 4x4. it is an older, well established chassis and there are many after market bodies to choose from.

    There are Mustang bodies that fit it, as well as a Tundra body:


    https://forums.traxxas.com/showthrea...atinum-Edition
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