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Posts Tagged ‘PowerStroke Scaler Shocks’

Congratulations to Patrick Delaney for winning the Pro-Line Scale Photo Challenge held at #AxialFest2016.

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There were Many, Many awesome shots submitted via Facebook and Instagram with #prolineaxial2016.

Patrick took his shot in the Barrett Motorsports Off-Road Garage at the Pro-Line booth. His rig is getting new Pro-Line BFGoodrich Baja T/A KR2’s and has been equipped with Pro-Line PowerStroke Scaler Shocks

Thank you to all that participated. Keep taking those Amazing #ScaleShots!

 

READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team

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For Scale Crawler kits, GMade has made a name for themselves by first introducing the reliable Sawback Jeep based platform. They have since followed up with a KOMODO Truck version and now a 4LS version of the Sawback which is a newer 4 link suspension equipped kit.  These kits offer great entry level performance as well as upgradable scale trail rig performance. Pro-Line  has you covered on how to upgrade your Saw back into a certified scale crawling machine!
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READ Posted by: Aaron Arndt in Factory Team, How To, Project Garage

October 16-17, 2015 Held the First Ever RPP Hobby RC Jamboree

Check Out this Scale Action!

Recon G6‘s Brian Parker was there to Drive the G-Train which brought an awesome High energy event which was a great time for all

Pro-Line Showed its support by holding a Photo Challenge and Scale Accessory treasure hunt on-course which provided some great prizes for the participants including new Pro-Line Bodies, Tires, Wheels, Scale Accessories and Performance Parts.

Don “The DonFather” Hughes Joined us for Some Scale Adventure Fun

There was A huge show of support for RPP Owner Corey Bauman #RPPCoreyStrong

Footage Featuring Pro-Line Products:

Interco TSL SX Super Swamper XL 1.9″ Tires

Flat Iron XL 1.9″ Tires

Denali and FaultLine 1.9″ Wheels

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Body

1966 Ford F-100 Body (Customized)

PowerStroke Scaler Shocks

Pro-Line Scale Accessories and Perfomance Parts

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READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team, Friends of Pro-Line, Race Events, Videos

DaveM here with the latest video of the most current build from Radio Control Patrol. The Sketch Box 1/10 trail truck is complete and out in the field putting in work. The Sketch Box is an Axial SCX10 12” wheel-base trail truck/crawler with a host of upgrades from Pro-Line Racing. The modifications make for a solid Trail Truck and a good looking RC as well.

RC Patrol chose Pro-Line parts for this rig because of the reputation and fact that they make GREAT RC products. We couldn’t afford to play around, we wanted the best.

The Body : 1992 Jeep Cherokee 1/10 Scale from Pro-Line Racing.
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The Bumpers : Pro-Line Racing Ridge Line Wide Bumpers.
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The Wheels: Pro-Line Racing Denali 9 Spoke 1.9 Beadlocks
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The Tires : Pro-Line Super Swamper TSL SX 1.9 XL 
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The Shocks : Pro-Line Power Stroke Scale Shocks
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The Rack : Pro-Line tubular roof rack (Square)
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The Gear : Scale Accessories #5 and #7
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http://www.prolineracing.com/performa… On top of that there were numerous light buckets and some LED wiring that had to be done as well as a custom hand painted paint job by me, DaveM. Using paint markers and some quick sketching skills I put together The Sketch Box body and backed it with white. I went for this look to keep the truck bland of color yet complicated in design and quite artistic. Looks like it worked out okay and it stands out from the rest of the Cherokee rigs out there. Look for a blog post of the complete build this weekend:
http://www.radiocontrolpatrol.com

More videos to follow as The Sketch Box makes it way around the trails here in Georgia. Thanks for viewing and have a good day.

Please like and comment if you please, they are always appreciated.

READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Friends of Pro-Line, How To, Project Garage, Videos