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    TRX-4 Kit (Body)

    what body did you put on traxxas trx4 kit?

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    12.3 wheelbase so lots to pick from, go on proline website they lots and also have full dimension specs per body.

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    Yea that's by far the most common wheelbase for crawlers so you can get just about anything you want...

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    I have this same issue and have read that others found many of the bodies too narrow to fit.

    I'm in a remote location so deliveries take a while to arrive so I'm also trying to find a good one first up

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    For the most part, any Axial, Proline, and J Concepts 12.3" bodies will work. With the battery tray in the stock location, SUV bodies work best (Jeep Cherokee). Truck bodies with a dropped bed (Proline '46 Dodge Body) require some extra cutting to get the bed to work with the stock battery tray.
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    hi friend, I put this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tas_Mudder View Post
    I have this same issue and have read that others found many of the bodies too narrow to fit.

    I'm in a remote location so deliveries take a while to arrive so I'm also trying to find a good one first up

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    you just have to change to the 81216 style shock towers you will be able to fit the bodies it also lets you add some lift with shock keys so nothing can bottom out when jumping

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    proline is a good option and you can also find some hardbodys like the xtraspeed one. but for those you will most likely need to do some modding to make it fit
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    You guys understand that this thread is two years old, and the OP likely has already solved his problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatscott View Post
    You guys understand that this thread is two years old, and the OP likely has already solved his problem?
    Haha, I saw this earlier, but didn't want to rain on their parade

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