The Universal Junk
Originally introduced in 1966 as a 4x4 compact SUV, the Ford Bronco matured as a full-size truck in the late 1970s, cementing its status as a rugged off-roader.
A shaft-driven four-wheel-drive system gives the Bronco its off-road capability. The differential has four gears with remote locking capability. There’s a two-speed, high-low transmission with remote shifting.
The Traxxas Bronco also comes with electronic “Hill Hold” control. The Bronco has five different drive profiles: Sport, Race, Trailing, Trail, and Crawl.More About
Traxxas gives you the versatility to lock and unlock the front and rear differentials to suit your driving needs directly from your transmitter. Leave the differentials unlocked for relaxed driving on the trail with smooth, tight turning and better handling at high speeds. When the trail gets technical, lock the front and rear differentials, or just the front, for superior grip over extreme terrain. This patented design has been proven rugged and capable in the Traxxas Summit. Sleeved micro cables control the differential action for scale appearance, without limiting the huge suspension articulation.
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