Traxxas TRX-4 Sport Pre-Cut Body (Clear) (Use w/LED Light Kit)

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The Traxxas TRX-4 Sport Pre-Cut Body is a clear, factory trimmed option that has been die cut for front and rear LED light installation, and allows you to add custom paint to your TRX-4 Sport. Package includes body, window masks and decal sheet.

This product was added to our catalog on April 29, 2019

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Sunday, Apr 12 2020 (4 months ago)
Traxxas TRX-4 Sport Pre-Cut Body (Clear) (Use w/LED Light Kit)
Traxxas's web site says "Any 312mm wheelbase body" is needed to complete the TRX-4 Assembly Kit 82016-4. This body, however, will only fit with that kit with modifications and changes. To make it fit, you will either need to install narrow fenders on the kit instead of the wide fenders the kit comes with. You will also need to order another FRONT body post that you will use in the back, because the kit only comes with a rear body post that is too tall and too wide to fit with this body. Traxxas's web site doesn't tell you any of this and you can't tell how the body fits until you build the kit. In my case, the chassis was fully assembled before I realized this. I did not want to spend another $18 for narrow fenders AND disassemble and reassemble the kit, so I spent several hours cutting back the wide fenders to make it work. In the process I ruined my Dremel, making this a costly mistake. FYI, I still do not know what body Traxxas intends for you to use on the assembly kit since none of their bodies appear to work except maybe the Mercedes (?). Thanks for not telling your customers anything, Traxxas.