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This, of course, makes finding spares a bit challenging, and I’ve never seen a wheel adapter that would work on this puppy.
This was pretty unique for the time, I believe again, in the mid 90s or so. I sent some springs remember all the extras I had?
I put it all together, and had a mean looking Bosscat!
I serviced the diffs, put some new belts on the tranny, got new rubber shielded bearings all around, got new belt covers, msnual put hex screws in almost everywhere. Talk about impossible parts support. I ran with the MM for a while, and just a bit of wear and tear began to show.
Unfortunately, I never thought of the overspray problem, and these bodies don’t come with a protective film. Durga doesn’t use the nice bling parts to do it plastic washers, spacers, etcbut it beats the crap out of e-clips.
I also took a spare set of transmission plates and had them powdercoated orange, too.
Find More Posts by Lunchboxer. But as any self-respecting RCer knows, you just can’t let it be like that. It’s nifty, and I like it better than the traditional “lexan belt cover” design used a lot like on the Bosscat.
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Did you paint the tiger style body yourself? So, a few observations from someone who truly loves both Tamiya and Schumacher products as a basher: Send a private message to ElectricGuy Boxscat any pic of the worn CVD little end thing?! Parts are hard to come by. If you take your time and read carefully, the Tamiya instructions work very well.
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The TA05 chassis is like that mid-mounted motor, 2 belt system. See the inside of the hub in one of the pics here. Hope you enjoyed reading! The old ESC did its job just fine, and the 19×1 motor was pretty darn snappy, I must say.
Then, a buddy of mine was running it and did a nice powerslide into a parked car, and ripped one of the rear a-arms out of kanual tranny housing.
Schumacher BossCat Manuals
I don’t have good pics of this, but here are some from the manual. Back to the Cat: Time to move on to something else eh? Here are some pics of it, as given to me. I went and bsscat a set of Schumacher onroad tires, and had myself a street machine. Send a private message to Eman Add a Poll to this Thread. So I went mznual to the stock black plates. Interestingly, the tolerances on the Cat are pretty tight. Additionally, there are eccentrics on the rear diff too, so rotating them adjusts the belt tension inside the transmission itself.
Friends don’t let friends drive brushless vintage buggies.
The “faster” motors seemed like they’d be overkill. It features a carbon fiber chassis, including a CF upper deck, and CF rear shock mount and rear upper arm mount. Any way it goes, schumacher from all my experiences with them were fantastic.
That is a very nice chassis and I would hate to mmanual rid of a gem like that. Send a private message to Takedown. Schumacher stopped making the CAT years ago, and thus ended their reign of terror in the 4WD buggy scene. Transmission was fine, diffs were fine, CVDs were fine. Also discuss brushless motors, speed controllers aka ESC’s, brushed motors, etc. Anything Schumacher is top of bozscat line so I heard, although I’ve never owned one myself.
Rubber O-rings held bsscat front end together. The 3 piece plastic covers and chassis design allow it to be really sealed up, which is crucial for all the slop I’ll be running this in.
Did you sell the elite batteries to it yet? Yes, Tamiya simply has the best manual out there.