Tamiya 1/10 RC SQUASH VAN (GF-02)


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Tamiya Release Date: 24/11/2023

Tamiya is delighted to announce a new off-road car featuring big tires; the name is the Squash Van, and it is paired with a new gear-driven 4WD GF-02 chassis.

While the GF-01 chassis features a comical design, the GF[1]02 chassis employs a more realistic wheelbase and a frame with ladder / pipe motifs. This R/C assembly kit is inspired by 1950s American panel vans, and offers an excellent drive even on grass or uneven surfaces.

About the Model

  • This is a 1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit. Length: 454mm, width: 280mm, height: 238mm. Wheelbase: 267mm.
  • 123mm large-diameter lug pattern tires allow powerful performance and superior handling feel.
  • Stickers feature designs such as squash illustrations, product logo, and triple pin stripes in gold, black and blue.
  • ESC & Type 540 Motor Included

About the GF-02 chassis 
The gear-driven 4WD GF-02 chassis features its motor in a low, central position in the lightweight, durable monocoque frame, and transmits power to front and rear via gears. The long wheelbase and wide tread setup ensures stable off-road performance. The slim frame features ladder/pipe motifs and features integrated sealed gearboxes which help keep stones out.

Front and rear gear differentials allow smooth cornering, while separately sold pinion gears offer a choice from three types of gear ratios, and a motor guard enhances reliability off-road. The 4-wheel double wishbone suspension employs four friction dampers, and the steering servo is positioned on the left with identical-length tie-rods

same length as the long CC-02 wheelbase chassis same body mount positions as the long CC-02 wheelbase chassis

F : 223mm / R: 221mm

As Blackfoot [58633] 122.8mm diameter

Gear ratio
18T (18.03:1), 20T (16.23:1), 17T (19.09:1)
20T and 17T pinion gears are sold separately

Motor Guard included
Lower servo mount to enhance attachment durability and lower more central motor position for improved balance and weight distribution.