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RC4WD Warhound 4 Door Crawler Chassis

Think of it as the big brother to RC4WD Timberwolf. The chassis is highly adaptable and, as such, will work with a variety of axles and suspension setups. The chassis is hand-welded steel and features a built-in chassis-mounted servo setup. The Warhound is black powder-coated and has threaded nuts built-in for easy body panel installation. RC4WD states the front skid can be drilled to mount a winch and chassis works with the R2 transmission, Disrupter transmission and Killer Transfer Case.

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  1. HELLO;

    I GOT A RC4WD TIMBERWOLF RTR A COUPLE WEEKS AGO…WHAT A MISTAKE !!! FIVE MINUTES OF FLAT RUNNING ONE OF THE AXEL PINS WAS BROKEN. I FIX IT. 2 DAYS AFTER 10 MIN. OF SEMI-FLAT RUNNING THE SPOOL GEAR STRIPED ….. THIS MUST BE THE BIGGEST MISTAKE IN RC HISTORY.I AM SOO DISSAPOINTED.

    1. That’s some bad luck, Louis. I have a Timberwolf that has seen a lot of use and I’ve had no failures. Same goes for the RC4WD Trail Finder we reviewed here. Both vehicles required a good deal of fussing before being trail worthy. In our experience, the RC4WD kits we’ve had just aren’t as together as comparable kits. We do, however, really what RC4WD brings to the table and are really looking forward to getting our hands on and testing some of their new vehicles that we heard are coming.

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