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MyRCCar 1/10 MTC Chassis Rigid Axles Version. Customizable chassis for Monster, Crawler or Scale RC Car

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3D model description

Please, consider buying the MyRCCar MTC Total Combo Version for a little more, which includes both Independent Suspension and Rigid Axles versions, the same that some updated parts and some extras. You will find at the end of its description a list of most important updated sourced parts.

To complete the work with this MTC (Monster Truck, Crawler) Chassis I had to design some rigid axles, a multilink suspension system and a compatible universal shaft. With these new parts I think you can build a pure Crawler or a Scale RC.

The parts in this publication will let you build a car with a wheelbase from 290 to 330 mm. Maybe 270 mm wheelbase or 280 can be achieved with a sourced universal shaft transmission. The same way you will be able to choose between 4 different axle widths using the same sourced parts than in previous MyRCCar chassis publications.

A build with rigid axles will use less sourced parts than a independent suspension one. The steering system is much simpler; you won't need bearings for it. The axles assembly is also simpler but there is a little extra hand work while assembling the links.

There are no oficial videos from this Rigid Axles Version by now. Please, subscribe to my Youtube Channel to be updated with the latest videos!

Characteristics and Options

The main chassis

One of the best things is the main chassis remain the same, compared to the independent suspension version, so you can convert one or both of the axles to a rigid axle version! The Side bars, the central platform, the gearbox or the top covers are used the same. The front platform is also re-used in other position and the rear one is not necessary.

The Axles

As you can see there are 3 different center parts for the axles. This will give you 3 different widths for your axles... You just have to choose. But there is also a wider one using the long axle and the "long C-Hubs" or "long rear fixed blocks".

  • You can use 4 different CVDs with the long axle plus 2 more with the long c-hubs

  • You can use 2 different CVD combinations with the medium axle

  • You can use 2 different CVDs with the small axle

The Steering

The same sourced parts are used for this build, so I have designed different c-hubs, steering blocks, rear fixed blocks and steering plates to use them in this axles.

  • There are 2 different C-Hubs, the long one is only for HSP 108015 and HSP 188015

  • There are 4 different Steering Blocks, the same types than in all MyRCCar publications

  • There are 6 different Rear Fixed Blocks, 2 of them longer for HSP 108015 and HSP 188015

  • There are 4 different steering plates or "bars", one for each axle width. XL, L, M and S

The links

These links are Print in Place ball joint articulated. I use to print with -0.02 horizontal expansion to get the correct results, this time i printed them with -0.03 to be sure i could unlock them.

I have created some fixed length links and other parts to build variable length links.

These links have to adapt to the chosen wheelbase, from 145mm PWB to 165mm PWB. But also they have to adapt to the different axle types, the long, the medium and the short one. There are also 2 possibilities to assemble the bottom links in the long axle; you can mount them in the outer holders of the axle or the inner ones.

But resuming, using the variable length ones, which are available in 2 lengths and for M3 or M4 screws, you will be able to have any of the needed measures.

Use the drawings to choose the right ones for your wheelbase and axle width from the fixed length ones or print 12 adjustable long heads for M3 or M4 as you prefer, and 4 adjustable short heads. Use M3x50 or M4x50 for the long ones and M3x40 or M4x40 for the short ones.

The Universal Shafts

If you have the typical sourced parts for the MyRCCar projects, as 02024 with pinion and universal 1/10 vase for the F/R diffs, and a 1/8 center diff as the Trooper or the SST ones, then you can use this transmission.

The Locked 3D Printed Differentials

If you want to go "extra-cheap", you can't wait for your sourced parts to come or if you want a full-locked transmission system then you can print a center differential, Mod1 46T, and also a F/R diff. compatible with HSP 02024. That means you could replace all the diffs with 3d printed ones.

More info about sourced parts, prices, printing tips and more!

Remember I have done all MyRCCar projects around the same sourced parts, 1/10 typical ones. Please, take a look to my previous publications, MyRCCar OBTS Chassis and MyRCCar MTC Independent Suspension Version

I recommend you to take a look to them to have a better global view about what can you do with this projects.

You will also find at the end of those publications a lot of printing tips which are of course also valid for this Rigid Axles Version.

Main Chassis Assembly

Printing first parts to start

This time I'm going to list the parts and the number of them you need to print. If you have to choose between versions of a part you will find an "*" in that part.

Remember that every time you have to print a part various times is better to print first just one, test it and then print the clones.

I'll try to reflect the order I would use to print them and assemble them, but of course you can do it in your own order. There we go!

For the first step you will have to print the next parts:

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_CentralSideBar

  • 4x MRCC_MTC_FrontRearSideBar

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_Platform_Central

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_Platform_Front

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_Platform_Holder

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_FrontPlatformHolder

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_Cover_TopCenter

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_Cover_TopFR

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_TopBatteryBox

  • 4x MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair0cSTRONG




  • 1x MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX-> Gears, pinion and axle *


I would start assembling the gearbox. As you will probably want a "Crawler Style" chassis you will want to use the gearbox reduction. So first of all, go to the end of my previous MTC Chassis Publication to see how to print the right parts for your desired gearbox. I would also mount the motor in the gearbox and do my first tests with it to see if everything is working fine.

After that, use the provided drawings to see how to assemble all the previously printed parts into what I want to call the "main chassis". Many of these parts can be employed to build the other version of the MTC Chassis.

The axles

Printing Axles and Links

Most of the main chassis parts were "standard" with no options. This time is the opposite! You need to know which axle width you want and what wheelbase you want. If you have already chosen between the axle widths options, the wheelbase and CVDs ones, then you are ready to print the next parts!

To build your Axles print the next parts:

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Axle_Bottom *

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Axle_Top *

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_C-Hub *

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_SBlock *

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_FixedBlock *

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_SteeringPlatform_*_Adjustable *

  • 2x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Holder_CenterPlatform_pair

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Holder_TopCover

  • 4x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Adj_66dot5to85 *

  • 12x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Adj_87dot5to112dot5 *

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_BallJointExtreme_70mm

  • 1x MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_BallJointExtreme_Normal


Once you have everything printed is time to assemble the axles and the links! Let's first focus in the first part.

To start, insert the 5x10x4 bearings in the Axle top parts. Then insert the HSP 02030 pinions or similar and use your Universal 1/10 cup / vase to fix them in their place.

Go on putting your HSP 02024 or similar F/R differential in its place in the axle top part. Adjust its position with the provided "washers" for the best fit with the pinion.

Now put the axle bottom part to close the axle and see if the differential fits well enough. You will probably have to clean a little the inside zones of the axles where 3d printing bridges are made. The perfect cylindrical shape to house the 10x15x4 bearings of the diff is really hard to print so... clean it with a X-acto knife!

When you have both parts of the axle fitting good and you can feel the pinion and the diff. spinning nice, use the four central M3x10 counter-sunk screws to close the axle.

You can put the front C-hubs in their place in the front axle using the proper screws. Then you can mount the proper 5x10x4 and 10x15x4 bearings in your front steering blocks and rear fixed blocks.

And now is when comes the tricky part! You have to put the axle in vertical position to insert one of your CVDs by the side "hole" of the axle. Let it fall inside and be sure the pin on the head of the CVD is inside the diff output vase. Then try to pass the CVD outer part through the front steering block or the rear fixed block without moving it much and try to get the part to its final position with the CVD inside...

Find the patience to do it for the four wheels! It will be also harder if you are using rear wheel cups+dogbones instead of CVDs... in that case this step turns into ART!

Now let's center on assembling the links with the axles. You will need some spacers for the link holders. I use some silicone tube about 3mmID 5mmOD and I cut about 1.5mm slices. I use 2 slices for each link holder, to the axles the same than to the chassis.

If you have your shocks around there, is better to mount them now with their lower part in the axle so you can assemble the lower links to the axle.

I suggested you to print the adjustable version of the links. You will have to assemble 2 "heads" with a M3x50 or M4x50 (for the long ones) and M3x40 or M4x40 for the short ones. Screw and adjust them to be the right length you need for your wheelbase. I think this will give you some freedom to change your wheelbase with very little mods and no re-printing.

Use the last two parts of the list to assemble the servo link with a long M3 screw. This one will probably be the last one you assemble into the chassis.

Final Assembly

If you have your "main chassis" and your axles... What more do you need?¿?¿? Nothing!* Just assemble them together!

You will have to partially un-screw the 30mm long side screws from the front part of the main chassis to be able to assemble the other extreme of your front upper links with the chassis. Use the same silicone tube slices than before.

Inserting the central platform holders in their places should be easy. Use the proper screws to fix them in place.

It won't be so easy for the rear upper link holders. There is no hole in the top cover to fix them, so you will have to do them. Find the best place for the holders sliding them through the rear top cover sides. One you have it, mark the top cover with something trough the holder top holes and then use something to make the holes in the marked places of the top cover. Once you have the holes, fix the rear upper link holders in their places with the proper screws.

You almost have it! Just screw the top part of your shocks to the shock holders with M3x20mm Socket Head screws and maybe add your wheels to feel for the first time the height and suspension system of your machine :)

Now put the rest of the electronics in the car. That means holding the Servo with four M3x12mm screws and maybe using the Servo Spacers to bring the servo's final position to the front. You can use some double side tape to put your ESC and Receiver over the top front part.

The Universal Shaft

Now you will understand why I used an "*" after "Nothing!" in the previous chapter... You have functional F/R axles and a working gearbox but... As the distance between the center diff. output vase and the F/R diff. input vase changes while suspension system is in action we cannot use a simple "dogbone" as our central transmission.

I did my best to design a double cardan variable length transmission to be used with this chassis and solving the problem without sourcing this parts. Anyway, I could not try sourced metal universal shafts but I'll do. This 3d printable version can do some work but you must build it very good to have normal results, not very good ones.

The main Idea is to print two cardans for each shaft. One must go in the normal 1/10 F/R input vase and the other in the center diff output vase. In the first one you must mount the inner part of the transmission axle and in the other the outer part. You must choose the right length of this parts for your wheelbase.

There are 4 types of forks, they are:

Fork1, for 1/8 diff. This one goes into the 12mm output vase of the center diff and uses a M3x18mm Countersunk screw to act as torque transmitter and also to fix the fork to the vase

Fork2, connected with the Fork1 with the 11mm cube and 3mm piano wire portions, one 3x18mm piano wire part and two 3x7mm parts. I originally designed it to use M3x8 grub screws but they get out of place after some play, so better piano wire and “Loctite” them. This fork also connects with the 12mm outer axle.

Fork3 is the one to mount on the 1/10 input vase of F/R diffs. Use a M4x5 grub screw to fix the Fork to the vase

Fork4 connects with Fork3 with same method than F1 with F2, and with the 10mm inner axle. Use M3x16 countersunk screws to fix the inner and outer axles to F2 and F4.

Take a look to the names of the different inner and outer axles of the universal shaft to have a clue about which ones you need for your wheelbase and riding height!

Use M3x16 counter-sunk screws for assembling the inner and outer parts to the cardans, and also to fix the cardans in the output vases of center diff. Use M4x5 grub screws to fix the other cardan to the input F/R diff. vases.

3D printing settings

The Locked Differentials

The fake SST Fixed Differential

Just two parts which must be assembled with two M3x8mm countersunk screws. Then use the normal adaptors and 12x18x4 bearings for your SST diff and mount the fake fixed diff. into the gearbox.

Now there is also another version of the axle to be mounted with 10x15x4 adaptors for the gearbox but the same crown gear. Using the four types of Forks, you should be able to build a universal shaft with the right kind of fork for the 10mm center diff shaft, or you can use the standard one if you use the SST replacement with 12mm axle.

ATTENTION: The position of the motor is very important, and I have designed it to work with the gearbox and 14T pinion for the motor attacking a 28T gear. If this parameters changes then the motor can touch the universal shaft or the lower links, the space is very important in this build!

The fake HSP 02024 Fixed Differential

I have made a compatible 3d printable version of the Front / Rear differential, but is a very simple locked version. As many of the people interested in this Rigid Axles Version will want it for crawling, I hope they can give a try to this locked differential. It consists in an axle, a gear and 2 covers for the axle vases. I only publish this 3d printable diff. with this Rigid Axles because is the only scenery in which the CVDs are always aligned with the diff vases, so there is a lot less stress than in other situations.

I could not imagine the effect of the differential until I try to drive without it... OMG I could not expect that extra bad turning...the wheels sound like in a parking when steering and the radius of the circle is extra big compared to the same car just using not locked diffs.

So... how much plastic do you want in your build?¿? This time is more up to you than ever!

And Those Were All MyRCCar Chassis Options by Now... :(

I remember you here all the options you have to build your RC Car with MyRCCar projects:

Remember you can find all my published work in thingiverse. Take a look to my designs or join MyRCCar Group to be part of the MyRCCar Community :)

Some more work need to be done!

I really enjoy designing and improving these things. I think having the right skills to do it is not for everyone but the testing and improving capabilities are in most of us!

You can't imagine how happy I feel when I see someone as Botyoyo, Saccco or Mario from thingiverse improve or create new parts! Working for no one and everyone same time is a weird feeling you must taste!

Steering and Covers : Assembling

First of all you must insert the 6x12x4 bearings into the towers, then insert the steering pivots in the towers. Is a good moment to screw the ball-joints in the servo arm of the left tower and the steering arms of both towers if you are going to use this ball-joint system. Also attach the steering plate to one of the towers and let it a little loose.

Now put the steering parts over the front steering holder and the front bottom cover and use two M3x12mm Countersunk screws to hold them together. Do the same with the rear steering holder and rear bottom cover. Screw them together with two M3x12mm Countersunk screws and two self-locking M3 Nuts.

To finally put this bottom parts on the chassis, use eight M3x16 Countersunk screws. The chassis should become quite more rigid after screwing all this bottom parts.


Maybe it's time for you to complete the steering system with the servo link and steering links... You can of course mount the servo on place and make your first steering moves to see if everything is working fine. Remember to screw the steering pivots from the upside, near the servo housing with two M3x10 Countersunk screws.


You are almost there! You only need to mount the top cover, those 4 extra parts over your desktop. Just place the Top cover parts on their final position and screw them with four M3x12mm Countersunk screws for the extreme positions and four M3x16mm Countersunk screws for the central positions. Use the last two drawings as a guide to assemble the parts of this last chapter.

And the last thing, place the battery holder. For that, un-screw the two proper screws of the rear axle of the four in the rear platform, put the battery holder in place and screw them again :)

Now with this, some double-sided tape and maybe a Velcro strap you can mount all the electronics in the car and make your first try’s!!!


The Shock Holders

Quickly but with quality let's print the shock holders.
- If you have long (95-105mm) shocks...
Print24a: Print [MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair6c10mmhigher] and [MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair0c10mmhigher]
Print these ones if you are using 6º Caster in one axle and 0º in the other, or the ones you need for your build
- If you have shorter (80-95mm) shocks...
Print24b: Print [MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair6c] and [MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair0c]
Print these ones if you are using 6º Caster in one axle and 0º in the other, or the ones you need for your build

The shock holders must be mounted in the right position with a M3x12-16 Button-Head screw. Can you figure out which hole will be the right one?

Print24c: Print [MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair6cSTRONG] and [MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair0cSTRONG]
Print this version of the 10mmhigher ones if you are using 6º Caster in one axle and 0º in the other and you want extra strength. They use two M3 screws each; you will probably need 1 long grub screw for the 6º ones

Steering Links and Servo Link

It's time to finish the installation of the 4.7mm ball-joints with M3 screws in the steering blocks and the servo arm. The links will be composed by two 3d printed ball-joint link extremes and a proper length head-cutted M3 screw or long M3 grub screw. You will need to print the small version of the link extreme for the servo link, and the normal ones for the steering pins (links), so...

Print25: Print two [MRCC_MTC_Steering_BalljointExtreme_Small]
They have 7mm depth holes so calculate the length of the screw you need so there is screw inside the most part of the holes when correctly installed.

Print26: Print four [MRCC_MTC_Steering_BalljointExtreme_Normal] or [MRCC_MTC_Steering_BalljointExtreme_Medium]
Choose the Normal ones if you can so you can have more screw inside extremes holes so the link will be stronger.

You will need some extra M3 screws for the steering links, the servo one, the shocks...

The central Dogbones

About the central dogbones... I just tested the Trooper diff and the SST diff. I use a 80mm from pin to pin dogbone (HSP 06022) for 145mm front partial wheelbase (should be 82mm). Maybe HSP 08059 or 08029 can work for 145PWB but untested! I have also used a 73mm from pin to pin dogbone for 135mm rear partial wheelbase. Maybe something near 91-92mm works for 155 partial wheelbase and 100-101mm for 165mm partial wheelbase but i did not test those.

The optional Battery Box

If you don't mind about the center of gravity of the chassis or if you want rear steering maybe you can use the Battery Box I created for the Rigid Axles Version. You can use a max size 154x54x20 mm battery, maybe a little higher than 20mm would not matter.

Hey :) Now you should have a functional RC Monster, more than crawler because of the actual transmission... give it a try but always reading temperature somehow... in the motor and the nearby! Break and re-print as much plastic parts as you want but take special care of the sourced ones... you are trying to avoid to place an order or have to visit a store with your 3d printed RC car!

Print27: You want it?¿? Print [MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_TopBatteryBox]

To assemble it you will need 2 extra M3x10 Counter-Sunk screws for the rear part holes and maybe 2 self-locking nuts. If you can, replace the screws from the central part from countersunk to +2mm longer socket head ones.


If you want less speed and more torque it's time to print some extra gears and assemble them into the gearbox!
I originally designed this gearbox as a 1:4 reduction gearbox with a very simple setup:

  • The motor has a 14T pinion which attacks a 28T spur. This is the first 1:2 reduction
  • Previous Spur shares axle with 14T printed pinion which attacks another 28T Spur. This is the second 1:2 reduction
  • Previous Spur shares axle with the 14T pinion which attacks the 44T Center Diff. This is another 1:3.14 reduction
  • The center diff shares axle with F/R diff pinions. They are 13T and attack the F/R diffs which I think are 38T. This makes the final 1:2.92 reduction.

So what is the total reduction ratio for the transmission?¿? 1/2 X 1/2 X 1/3.14 X 1/2.92
Using the Trooper Diff, a 14T motor pinion and the provided gear box the total gearing ratio is aprox. 1:37

Now you can change the external gears to change the reduction ratio. You can achieve aprox. 1:2, 1:3 or 1:4 ratios just changing 2 gears!
The working couples are:

15T with 28T for aprox. 1:4 reduction
17T with 26T for aprox. 1:3 reduction
21T with 22T for aprox. 1:2 reduction

There are 3 versions of the pinion which attacks the differential. Use the 13T or 14T for SST 46T differential and the 14T or 15T for the 44T Trooper differential.

If you use a 14T motor pinion and also a 14T diff pinion you will be able to "swap" your center differential to use the car without the gearbox reduction.

Let's see what you would need to print for this particular case...

Print28: For SST diff. print [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_13TDiffPinion] or [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_14TDiffPinion] and for Trooper diff. print [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_14TDiffPinion] or [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_15TDiffPinion]
The other gear you will need to assemble with this pinion is part of the external gears couple

Print29: Print the long axle, this [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_LongAxle] and a 28T gear [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_28Tgear]
You will need to assemble the gears over this axle. The one in the side of the motor pinion needs to be 28T for a 14T motor pinion and the other one is part of the external gears couple.

Now let's print the external couple of gears:
Print30a: For aprox. 1:4 extra reduction print [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_15Tgear] and [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_28Tgear_withHoles]
Print30b: For aprox. 1:3 extra reduction print [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_17Tgear] and [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_26Tgear]
Print30c: For aprox. 1:2 extra reduction print [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_21Tgear] and [MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_22Tgear]

To assemble all... OMG it is kind of a puzzle!!! You will need four 10x15x4 bearings and three M3x8 Button-head screws, maybe some washers.
So... the instructions for this are:

  • Solve the puzzle!

Maybe some of you want to make a video of how to assemble it and finish now and forever with the mystery ;)

Just a big clue: Start introducing the bearings, then the "diffPinion"-> the inside gear->the long axle->...

**Have fun and remember to share your make with us, the same than your experiences with it... let's learn ones from the others!

If you find something important missing or some error in this info please tell me and I'll try to correct it as soon as possible :)**

I hope you enjoy reading or building this chassis!

3D printer file information

  • Design number: 38838
  • 3D design format: PDF and STL Folder details Close
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_13TDiffPinion.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_14TDiffPinion.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_15TDiffPinion.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_LongAxle.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_15Tgear.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_17Tgear.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_21Tgear.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_22Tgear.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_26Tgear.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_28Tgear.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CD_GEARBOX_Mod1_28Tgear_withHoles.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_CentralSideBar.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_Cover_TopCenterCutted.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_Cover_TopFR.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_FrontRearSideBar.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_Platform_Central.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_Platform_Front.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_Platform_Holder.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Axle_Bottom_475.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Axle_Bottom_715-769.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Axle_Bottom_Mixed475-715.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Axle_Top_475.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Axle_Top_715-769.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Axle_Top_Mixed475-715.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_BallJointExtreme_70mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_BalljointExtreme_Normal.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_CD_SST_LOCKED_FAKE_10mmAdaptor.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_CD_SST_LOCKED_FAKE_10mm_holder.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_CD_SST_LOCKED_FAKE_Axle.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_CD_SST_LOCKED_FAKE_Axle_10mm_longer.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_CD_SST_LOCKED_FAKE_Gear.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_HSP02024_axle.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_HSP02024_gear.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_HSP02024_vaseCover.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Adj_66dot5to85_forM3.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Adj_66dot5to85_forM4.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Adj_87dot5to112dot5_forM3.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Adj_87dot5to112dot5_forM4.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_FrontPlatformHolder.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Holder_CenterPlatform_pair.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Links_Holder_TopCover.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_SteeringPlatform_L_Adjustable.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_SteeringPlatform_M_Adjustable.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_SteeringPlatform_S_Adjustable.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_C-Hub715.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_C-Hub769.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_FixedBlock_TypeA.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_FixedBlock_TypeB.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_FixedBlock_TypeB_188015.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_FixedBlock_TypeB_V2.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_FixedBlock_TypeC.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_FixedBlock_TypeC_108015.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_FixedBlock_TypeD.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_SBlock_TypeA.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_SBlock_TypeB.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_SBlock_TypeB_V2.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_SBlock_TypeC.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_Steering_SBlock_TypeD.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_TopBatteryBox.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_11mmCube.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_Fork1_forSST.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_Fork2_12mm_tight.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_Fork3_UniversalCupB.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_Fork4_10mm_tight.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_InnerAxle_for145PWB_15mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_InnerAxle_for145PWB_22mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_InnerAxle_for155PWB_25mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_InnerAxle_for155PWB_32mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_InnerAxle_for165PWB_35mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_OuterAxle_for145PWB_15mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_OuterAxle_for145PWB_22mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_OuterAxle_for155PWB_25mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_OuterAxle_for155PWB_32mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_RigAxles_US_OuterAxle_for165PWB_35mm.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_ServoSpacer.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair0c.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair0c10mmhigher.stl
    • MRCC_MTC_ShockHolderPair0cSTRONG.stl
    • MyRCCar-110-MTC-Chassis-Rigid-Axles-Version-Custom.pdf

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