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Old 05-13-2005, 07:50 PM   #1
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I am thinking of getting an LST and I am wondering if anyone has any info on how durable this truck is? Does it make a good basher? How does it do on the race track? My biggest concern is durability. I have a Savage, a Revo and 100% RPM tmaxx. Where does it stand amongst these?
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Old 05-13-2005, 08:43 PM   #2
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from what i heard...get aluminum diff cases, RPM arms and ur good to go
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i would say that rubingolf would be this sites LST expert

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Old 05-13-2005, 10:04 PM   #4
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I have had Mine since Last Aug 04 and Other than the A-arms and the Stock Diff cases, its a very Good and Strong Truck, I have about 6 or 7 Gallons( I lost count over the winter) And Never had many Problems with the Truck.(and yes I Drove it All winter)
The RPM A-arms are out now so thats Solves the First Problem and Get the Alum Diff Cases and your Ready to Go.
I've heard of some guys having Problems with the Spur gears,But with the Secondary Cover,I've been on the Same set for the Last 5 Gallons.( I have the TiNi Gear set ready to go on but the Stock Gears won't wear out! )

All in All its a Good Truck! the Parts are Cheep, Its Easy to work on, The Radio and Engine are Both Good it has Hi & Low Gear with Reverse,You can Make it a Full Out Racer or Basher (or both), And theres a Ton of Hop-Ups with More coming out Everyday.
And E-bay has Good prices for New LST parts all the time,I got Lots of Spear parts from e-bay,Although have yet to use them.
Anyway its a Good Truck!
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