The folks over at Axial are on top of the crawling world now days. They got there by putting out capable, and great looking, trucks. Their latest truck is a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited C/R Edition. This SCX10 based truck is loaded with trick scale goodies like BFG tires, Rigid Industries light bars, Casey Currie’s CRC wheels, and multiple Poison Spyder licensed parts. The C/R edition looks trick right out of the box, and should be a solid performer out on the trail.
The part number for the C/R edition is #AX90035, it has a street price of $419, and they should start hitting hobby shops in late April. To get complete information simply hit up This Link.
After releasing some teaser pics last week, Pro-Line has posted full information on their new Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Clear Body. The Jeep body was designed to fit trucks like the Traxxas T/E-maxx, Summit, and Revo, as well as other monsters like the HPI Savage. The tough classic styling of the Jeep Wrangler will help set your truck apart when bashing with your buddies, and is molded out of strong GE Lexan.
The part number is #3405-00, it has a street price of $38, and you can get complete information at This Link over on Pro-line’s website.
Axial has really been cranking out the quality scale stuff lately. If you are into the crawler scene, or looking to make the jump, Axial is the name you need to know. So how does their new SCX10 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon hold up with their high standards? Does it leave the competition stuck on a trail waiting for a winch? Or does the Axial need to use the winch? Keep reading to find out…
On the success of their popular RTR and now kit version of their Jeep Wrangler Unlimited trucks, Axial is now releasing two different versions of clear bodies.
The first up is part #AX04033, which is just a .040″ clear Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon body. This thick body is extra tough and allows you to put your custom paint scheme on your favorite scaler. Recommended to fit any long SCX10 chassis (12.3″ wheelbase) it comes with window masks, sticker sheet, is officially licensed, comes with headlight buckets, and sports a street price of right around $45.
Next up is part #AX04035, the “complete” Axial Jeep clear body set. With this set you get not only the clear .040″ polycarbonate body, but you also get a complete roll cage and Poison Spyder “Crusher Flares” to help complete that hardcore scaler look. The complete set also includes window masks, headlight buckets, mounting hardware, and new rear body post. Expect a street price for the complete body set at right around $80.
Hit up the official Axial Website for more information on these and all their other fine products, and hit up THIS link for more Axial news right here on BigSquidRC.
We just got our hands on the AxialSCX10 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 2012, and wanted to share some unboxing photos before we start the testing (beating) for our review process. Out of the box first impressions, it looks good, and we are happy that there are not 35 body pins keeping us from getting to the guts on the inside! Looking forward to hitting the trails soon.
Axial SCX10 Jeep Wrangler Gallery
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Axial recently posted a cool video of their new RTR SCX10 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon on the Rubicon Trail. The video documents the 15 miles of gnarly terrain the SCX10 covered to earn the coveted Jeep Trail Rated badge. Be careful, if you didn’t want a new crawler before viewing the video, you will after.
For more information on Axial and all their gear check out the Official Axial Website. For more information on the new Axial SCX10 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon check out THIS link right here on BigSquidRC.