Rough Terrain Metal Monster Truck Chassis Body
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Rough Terrain Metal Monster Truck Chassis Body

Build your metal robotic systems for competitions or rough terrain using our metal monster truck chassis body. 4 Wheel drive monster truck chassis body.

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86.46% of customers liked this product (367 orders placed)

Features

  • 4 Wheel Drive
  • 4 Motors Provided
  • Smart Metal Finish
  • Efficient Design
  • Easy To Connect Your Circuit
  • Smart Lightweight Chassis
  • Unscrewable Parts
  • Stability Tested
  • Compact Design


Product Overview

Get the 4WD metallic finish monster truck chassis to make your own rough terrain robotic systems with ease. Easy to mount sensor, circuit space on the metallic monster truck chassis body kit. Make customized robots for robotics competitions or projects using the smartly designed metallic monster truck robotic chassis.







FAQ

No its not iron its steel so no rusting issue.

4 x 12V Dc motors are provided

Use 12V lead acid or lipo battery or 9v Batteries

Around 8-10 kgs

Works well on uneven surfaces, dusty roads & small grass




Reviews



August 13,2017
Unique products


October 29,2017
Nice experience while using it. Thanks for the support wen I am in any doubt



December 02,2017
Awesome product helped me win my competition in college.Thnk u guys.

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