Traxxas rustler(rear)/stampede aarms

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Traxxas rustler(rear)/stampede aarms by silentechos May 6, 2013
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first thing ever made so this is mostly a test. everything should be within a mm so if this works it should be functional but i have not tested it.

edit 2* fixed the hole and the file is now a solid. Also attached the google sketchup file for anyone that wants to edit.

edit* looking at the image it looks like one of the hole is not all the way through. Was not exported like that so i dont know how to fix it. just poke it the rest of the way through i guess :S


Modeled in mm so import in mm.

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