Jeep Wrangler YJ

Jeep Wrangler YJ 1:10 scale Tamiya, 4wd off road
Motor: Electronic, Rocket Pack Orion 4500, 7.2v, 30 minutes operating time depending on terrain and speed
Speed: maximum approximately 35km/h
Features: LED Light unit, Propeller shaft driven 4WD, Bathtub type chassis, Front independent double wishbone suspension, Rear four-link rigid axle suspension, Oil filled front and rear shock units
Control Unit: 2 channel radio control system, Futuba Digital proportial
Assembly: Remote Control Model kit: person with two left hands and ten thumbs around 8 hours ... and counting!
Done! 2 January 2010 22h08 ... Ready to roll!!

  • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
    8 years 6 months ago
    Jeep Wrangler (39)
    Wow - I bring my couch parts for varnish to you!

    Which colour are you using for your couch?

    "I wanna see it painted, painted black
    Black as night, black as coal
    I wanna see the sun blotted out from the sky
    I wanna see it painted, painted, painted, painted black
    (Mick Jagger)

    Good decision. Just saw a 1966 live performance of "Paint it black" by Mick Jagger. He was so young!!

    Mick is forever young :-))
  • ChuckMost (Private)
    8 years 6 months ago
    Jeep Wrangler (1)
    I used to have the 1/24 scale static Wrangler by Tamiya- I've never seen this 1/10 scale RC version but it looks cool!

    Thanks Chuck! It was fun building this model! Trying it out tomorrow!
  • bamboomary Premium user United States (Private)
    8 years 6 months ago
    Jeep Wrangler (3)
    This looks like a daddy's girl toy! Have fun and I hope all of the parts are there! :- )

    Got very nervous when I fist saw all the little parts, but so far so good! :-)
  • Manfred Premium user Germany (Private)
    8 years 6 months ago
    Dear Gypsy, this is great toy!
    I have found for you, however, at Japanese company Murata something better :-)))
    Look here:

    Nice cycling robot, but way too slow! My jeep can make proper speed! :-)

    To go fast is easy. One needs only a little power.
    But to cycle as slowly as the robot and, besides, just precisely on track, is an artistic feat!