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ET48 Dust Cover

Mongoose

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ET48
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So as I drive my ET and Kraton side by side, I notice how much less crap is in the chassis on the Kraton versus the ET when I’m done. Arrma really did a good job of designing those front guards. They do a great job of keeping crap out of the chassis.

Anyway, I want to start using a dust cover but I can’t seem to find one that is fitted for the ET. Anyone know where I can find a fitted dust cover? I know Dusty Motors has a universal kit but I would like to go with fitted if possible.
 

Cmbscx10

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Ramona, CA
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MT410
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From what I remember all Arrma does is raise the front guards to keep the front tires from flinging dirt into the chassis. Maybe a cheap set of rear mud guards bolted to each corner to raise the height?
 

Mongoose

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I’m going to see if I can’t make these fit. They work great on my Kraton.

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Nicochau

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Los Angeles
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EB48, ET48
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Sorry for digging this thread out and bringing it back to the surface.

@Mongoose did you end up using those Kraton mud guards?

I’m considering crafting my own protection too. Would like to avoid mesh as it creates a lot heat for the electronics. (I run Dusty Motors on my Traxxas stuff)
 

nulli

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Only for autumn/winter/spring bashing. :sneaky:
Must get an uncut body too so I can keep stuff out as much as possible.
 

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