Get ready to hit the trails now with the new SCX10™ DINGO™ Builders-Kit™ as it features a realistic look and true functional steel C-channel ladder frame with bolt on shock hoops, molded skid plate, and dual spring oil filled shocks. These are just a few of the items that make this one capable off-road truck. The Dingo™ truck body is also specifically designed for the trail because it incorporates a realistic molded roll cage and fender flares which are molded in tough durable composite plastics that will withstand the abuse of some of the toughest trail runs. Also, when the sun sets, the outings don’t stop either because a total of 6 LED’s brightly illuminate the trail, so there’s no trail too treacherous for the SCX10™ DINGO™ Builders-Kit™. (LED lights not included)
For those who like to build kits, this is a true builders kit as Axial’s pursuit of Scale Realism matched with vast amounts of available options on the market, the SCX10™ is a blank canvas to build upon! With the full size looks the SCX10™ also delivers true function as drivability is what makes driving an SCX10™ so fun! Which ever you decide; rock crawling or adventure trailing on a long hike, the SCX10™ is driven just like the full size truck. All the basic 4X4 off-road skills come into play; approach angles to large objects, traversing hill-sides, straddling rocks and boulders – all treated in the same manor as a full-size rig. The SCX10™ 1/10 truck delivers full size fun!
We dare you to think differently about R/C! If you can hike there, your SCX10™ will drive there! With today’s efficient motor and long lasting batteries, you are only limited by your imagination and or your physical readiness to adventure out onto a hike while driving your SCX10™. What better way to get in touch with nature, spend time with your friends and family and having a ton of fun while doing so! And because this is a Builders-Kit™ your off-road preparation and readiness skills will give you the piece of mind and that every nut and bolt has been touched by your hands.
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