AMT Ford F-150 XLT in Model Trucks: Pickups, Vans, SUVs, Light Commercial Posted August 1, 2020 13 hours ago, Goose1957 said: Cool. I just recently got into 1/10 scale rock crawlers, saw these at the hobby shop and though the same thing. I was thinking of putting a Scout body on, but I thought the crawler looks a little too big. I think they look about 1/22 scale maybe. I never measured anything, haven't bought one yet. I did buy some of the tires though thinking I could use them on some plastic model projects, but I think they're too big. Maybe on a competition machine, but too big for a driver on the road. I really like the way yours looks though. What do you mean about its weight? Is the plastic body too heavy for the drivetrain to power it over rocks now? Thanks for any info. Jeff Hey, Jeff! My RC hobby started with a Traxxas Slash and an Axial Honcho in 1/10 too, but we could talk about that privately maybe. I agree with you about the scale issue. The original wheels are 56 millimeters (thats about 53 inches in 1:1). I bought a set of wheels from another brand that fit the scale much better. They measure 43 scale inches in 1:24 and that's large too. (The body is 1:25 so it's actually about 44"). That got rid of the monster truck look. The kit body is quite a lot heavier than the original lexan body. I didn't weigh it. I'll do it the next time I take it apart. All that extra weight makes it top heavy. Power is not an issue. It just topples over to easy. I'll have to add wheelweights and stuff. I know it's a modeling forum, and the fun thing with this one was combining two hobbies. I even used bare metal foil on it so it'll be a bit fragile on the trail.