The Losi LMT 4WD Solid Axle Monster Truck Roller was designed from the ground up to provide the solid axle MT world with all-out performance and incredible scale detail - in an incredibly durable package. Starting with the chassis, a twin vertical plate is designed to provide all the performance adjustments needed to tune the truck for any situation. Whether you are a scale driver, a basher or a racer, the chassis is designed to accommodate multiple shock setups keeping you tracking straight, no matter the terrain.
Multi-piece axle housings surround the 1/8th scale drivetrain. Additionally, the easy access center transmission comes stock with a center differential and allows for quick changes with the optional spool for that wheel standing action. For the true Monster truck experience, the axles also allow for optional 4-wheel steering and an adjustable servo saver to keep the wheels pointed in the right direction. A composite flip top cage adds scale realism and protection, as well as functionality so you can easily access your battery and electronics. Plus, this option lets you add the gear you want to finish it up and get it ready for the track. Add the transmitter, battery, charger, servo, motor and body you want to create a completely custom rig.
- Solid Axle Monster Truck Roller
- Twin Vertical Plate Chassis
- Composite Flip Top Cage
- Multi Piece Scale Axle Housing
- Long Travel Coil Over Shocks
- Center Differential with Cush Drive
- 1/8th Scale Diffs
- Short Course Style Wheel with replaceable center hub
- Scale Monster Truck Tire
- Adjustable Servo Saver
- Scale Details
- Driver Insert
- Preset motor plate produces easy, precise gear mesh
- Elastomer battery mounting for a versatile battery hold down system
- (1) LMT 4WD Solid Axle Monster Truck Roller
- (1) Product Manual
- 130A or more ESC
- Brushless Motor
- 3-4S LiPo Battery
- LiPo Compatible Charger
- Surface Transmitter and Receiver (2-Channel Minimum)
- Monster Truck Body Set
- Assorted tools (see manual for details)
This product was added to our catalog on January 12, 2021
Just finished installing electronics, everything worked like a charm. Used stock pinion with hobbywing xr8 and 3200kv motor, and reef 500 servo, beck at 6.0.
There is a point of failure in the solid axles that every owner already faced. Searching and asking I ended purchasing some 3d printed internal braces, waiting for those to arrive. Other option is to upgrade to aluminum solid axles which is a bit expensive but a one time investment. Other weak point are the shocks when fully expanded, which can be solved with 100mm or 105mm limiting straps. The stock servo saver is 23T which is not compatible with the servo I got. So maybe less than $70usd investment makes this truck virtually indestructible.
If you research a bit on real monster trucks, this ends to be a 100% true 1/10 scale, from the tires to the top. Axles could be sort of a 1/8 but that does not matter to the size of the tires. Fully assembled monster truck weights around 12 pounds.
I give it 5 stars as the weak points can be solved, it's nicely built, tough, scale, a thousands time better than smt or other "1/10" monster trucks like mst and cen racing ones.
Ok I started using this beast! it has the internal braces already installed. It has a bit of torque twist but no big deal, anyways this truck is very fun to drive, hope everyone can get one!
2022 Been using my LMT for few months now. I'd recommend to loctite the sway bar screws. The 3d printed internal braces have saved me on few bad landings. Nothing broken yet.
Pros its massive and hungry to please.
Cons.. 1. the axle links are on the bottom of the axles where you roll the dice if a rock is going to sheer them off. Hasn't happened yet but we will see.
I only have small complaints
The servo saver included is 23t, no adapters for 25t included and the 25t servo saver is $20 and currently not available anywhere.
The pinion gear cover screw is directly behind the small cage on the sides that holds the main roll cage on. Why it went there and not on the other place with material I'm not sure. I guess design missed that.
Rx box is not sealed at all, wish it came with some gaskets or o-rings like all other models from every manufacturer.
Should be a good truck.
Hopefully I just happened to get unlucky on that component and the rest of the truck and replacement shock shaft hold up better.
For power system I went with the Hobbywing SCT combo w/3600 kv plant. Great match for this rig, in my opinion- Very happy with that!
For body, 93 Ford pickup body from Proline brings a sweet 90s Monster look (just had to do some modding to allow the LMT rollcage to come out the back of the cab and bed) but looks like it belongs.