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About Car Kits,Gmade
Gmade Co. was founded in Korea, located in Far East Asia, in the year of 2004.
Korea has become a technology-leading country with a reputable establishment. ?It has some of the world’s leading engineering assets in semi-conductor, automobile, ship building, defense industry as well as IT field.
As it can be seen, Gmade Co. was founded and fostered in a country with such a high-tech foundation and support.
Gmade’s main product lines are rock crawling and off-road cars.
The 1/8 scale model “Spider” is a very unique version of rock crawler that has link-type rigid axle, tire, wheel, in fact, it is the world’s first Assembled Rock Crawler Pro Kit.
Having 16.5” of wheelbase and center ground clearance, suspension shock, link, and special tire patterns provides ease of rock crawling and hill climbing for any level hobbyist as it is the very first model with Gmade’s integrated engineering.
In particular, the symmetrical type of frame is well known as the most advanced and revolutionary support for rock crawlers.
Gmade’s second model “Dragoon” has 14” wheelbase that can excel speed and jump with fast-run motor as a Racing Monster Truck based on the actual Monster Truck.
And its front weight-driven frame enables keen performance while driving along with a unique suspension structure that can react against big jump or offroad driving.
Model “Stealth” is the 3rd design in the 1/8 scale Rock Crawlers, with its shape resembling that of the Stealth Bomber in the US Air Force. Many Rock Crawling hobbyists love this model for its superior performance.
Model “G1” is also a 1/8 scale Rock Crawler as a major line of Gmade. It offers both quality performance and price satisfaction for buyers. It’s shaped as a truck frame, secured with high Center Ground Clearance and as lower weight balances the body, it results in truly desirable performance for Rock Crawlers.
Spider, Dragoon, Stealth, G1 are all 1/8 scales with MOA (Motor on Axle), meaning the front and rear motors are installed on axles and drive independently.