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Jeep Rubicon Red Ridinghood . My new 4X4 Jeep Rubicon Red Ridinghood . Hi! After I built the Jeep Wrangler Santa Claus and tested on field, I noticed that it does not work too well. The width between wheels was too large and the model takes the curves too large.Also, it couldn't climb rocks not at all. So, I decided to dismember it and build another TT, with PF this time. And so was born Jeep Rubicon Red Ridinghood as in photos. It has: - 1.4 Kg - full 4x4 transmission - transmission: PF XL 1:10 demultiplication to wheels (81) - direction: PF M - double directional bridges with rear bridge blocking system - customised shock absorbers - no fake engine That's all!


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