Ridge-Line Bumper Kit (Narrow) by Pro-Line
This is the Pro-Line Ridge-Line "Narrow" Bumper Kit. This kit is compatible with the Axial Wraith (Front Only) and SCX10 trucks when used with narrow bodies, as well as the Revo, Summit & T/E Maxx trucks with Narrow Width Bodies. As True Scale Crawling continues to evolve, Pro-Line recognizes the need for ever more realistic accessories. With a passion for detail, and a desire to meet and exceed these needs, Pro-Line is pleased to announce their Ridge-Line series bumpers.
Ridge–Line Heavy Duty Bumpers are manufactured with the Scale Crawler enthusiast in mind. The PRO6088-00 Narrow Bumper kit features mounting points for 5mm LED lights as well as dual tow points. There's also realistically simulated roller fairlead along with several mounting points for can lights or other scale accessories. Access ports through the bumper and brackets allow behind bumper mounting of real scale working winches (Not Included).
The Narrow Bumper kit will fit narrow crawler bodies up to 5.750” wide or you can trim the ends to accommodate bodies over 6” wide. If you need a wider bumper, the PRO6089-00 Wide Bumper Kit is 7.5" wide and can be trimmed to accommodate bodies over 8" wide.
- Highly Detailed Scale Crawling Bumpers
- LED Mounting points Built In
- Ability to mount other scale accessories to Bumper
- Fits bodies up to 5.750” wide or you can trim the ends to accommodate bodies over 6” wide
Width: 6.1" (155mm)
Height: 2.2" (56mm)
- (1) Ridge-Line Narrow Front Bumper
- (1) Ridge-Line Narrow Rear Bumper
- Mounting Brackets and Hardware
NOTE: Included mounts and bumpers may not be a exact fit for your crawler model and may require some custom fitting and modification.
This product was added to our catalog on January 22, 2013.
This set would be better/useful if the mountings were made in a fashion in which they'd actually secure the bumpers to an SCX10.
If you want your SCX10 on a shelf and would like to only gaze at it,
YES, get these.
If you want to use your scx10 and enjoy it with a cool looking bumper,
I'd seriously avoid these.
- screws too short/strange sizing
- bumper posts made of butter, or congealed fat
My bumper I tried to make work, and secured it as best I could,
But I've unfortunately wasted my money.