"Rustler" back A-Frame

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"Rustler" back A-Frame by waterfan2 Apr 28, 2013
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This is a replacement part for the Traxxas model Rustler. Not much testing has been done on this part, so it is a work-in-progress.

The Rustler is a 1/10 scale Truggy, made by Traxxas. http://traxxas.com/products/models/electric/37054rustler

In case you can't tell, the part is the green part on the car. I'm about 80% certain it will work as a suitable replacement part.


Do you want instructions on how to make the part or how to put it in place? I'm confused.

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How did it work out? I'll give it a try this weekend if you haven't yet.

I think my first try broke pretty quickly, but the second one I made is still on the car. So, I think it depends on how rough you use your car.

If that is ABS, probably will break in about 2 jumps. Try with nylon

they make nylon fillament

Yes, they do. This is a site that sells the nylon filament in particular.


If I understand correctly, though, it behaves similarly to PLA when printing, but requires a much hotter head.
I print mainly in ABS, so I don't think about it much.