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    Lightbulb TRX4 with 4 Wheel Steering (4WS)

    Hello everyone, I leave this video, if like me, you want to turn your trx4, from 2-steering wheels in 4-wheel steering.



    Let me know if you have already done or you want to do, if you have any new advice on the case, because this speech I've never seen on this forum, thanks

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    I already did this and love it.

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    That is pretty cool.

    The hardest trick is getting the CMS to work properly given that there is no read-made option for mounting the servo on the axle. If I were to do it I'd just mimic the front end, using the same cross members, which will take a little bit of modification to work on the back end.

    I would not go full-time AWS, it is very helpful at low speeds, making nice tight turns, but it makes the rig very unstable at higher speeds.
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    [QUOTE=mike.riblett;6475170]I already did this and love it.



    great working friend, I also love it the 4ws!

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    has anyone else ever tried a similar thing, or other types of changes besides this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark795 View Post
    has anyone else ever tried a similar thing, or other types of changes besides this?
    Do you mean "chassis"?

    If so, yes, I have ran AWS on a Wraith and AX10 chassis. Those are a lot easier to set up because the servo is mounted on the axle. They are lots of fun, and really adds a lot of maneuverability to your rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatscott View Post
    Do you mean "chassis"?

    If so, yes, I have ran AWS on a Wraith and AX10 chassis. Those are a lot easier to set up because the servo is mounted on the axle. They are lots of fun, and really adds a lot of maneuverability to your rig.
    I meant that,
    I recommend trying the 4ws which is a lot of fun to drive

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    i seen that video when looking for a controller i had 2 tactical units and just took the front end off the one and put it on the rear of the other and it worked so far without issues just waiting on the controller for the 4ws one tactical unit was a parts truck i got cheap will post pictures if your interested in how i did mine i used all stock parts can't wait to try it out in a couple days

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    Quote Originally Posted by skillcandylive View Post
    i seen that video when looking for a controller i had 2 tactical units and just took the front end off the one and put it on the rear of the other and it worked so far without issues just waiting on the controller for the 4ws one tactical unit was a parts truck i got cheap will post pictures if your interested in how i did mine i used all stock parts can't wait to try it out in a couple days

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    That is sweet! Must come in handy sometimes when you're in a jam. Shark795, have you done this too?
    I like free stuff!

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