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After WWII ended, the hard-working Willys-Overland military Jeep re-emerged as a popular commercial utility vehicle — designated “CJ” for “civilian Jeep”. The CJ-7 model, introduced in 1976, became a favorite for rock crawling and continued in production until being replaced by the Jeep Wrangler in 1987. It remains the most iconic rock crawler of all time.

More than any other vehicle, the Jeep CJ-7 symbolizes off-road adventure. Now, at last, it’s ready for RC expeditions in an officially licensed scale version built on the successful Axial SCX10 III chassis.

For every dedicated RC crawling enthusiast, the SCX10 III Jeep CJ-7 is an essential addition to your collection of Axial rigs. For Jeep enthusiasts without or without RC experience, it’s an exciting new way to bring your off-road dreams to life. The CJ-7 captures everything you admire about the full-size Jeep in both looks and performance.

While the SCX10 III Jeep CJ-7 comes engineered and equipped to take on any trail, it’s the incredible scale detail that will have Axial fans eager to make it the canvas for their next rock crawling masterpiece. In addition to the officially licensed Jeep CJ-7 body, this rig features officially licensed Gen-Right bumpers and body armor, a full interior with opening center console, a roll cage, and more. Even the wheels and tires add to its authenticity. The wheels are officially licensed Raceline Daytona beadlocks, and the high-traction tires are officially licensed Micky Thompson Baja Boss treads.

As part of the Axial SCX10 III family, of course, the CJ-7 is as capable as it is detailed. It’s right at home out on the trail navigating scale-appropriate rock crawling obstacles. Adding to the precise handling and proven durability of the SCX10 III platform is a transmitter-activated Dig function for improved turning and control. The Dig servo is included and installed.

The SCX10 III Jeep CJ-7 arrives fully finished and ready-to-run with a factory-installed, brushed power system and Spektrum DX3 Smart transmitter. Just add your choice of 2-3S LiPo battery and charger. With a Spektrum Smart battery, you can take advantage of the radio system’s Smart technology capabilities — such as following your battery’s power status in real time right from the DX3 transmitter.

Axial 1/10 SCX10 III Jeep CJ-7 4WD Brushed RTR

    • Officially licensed Jeep CJ-7 body
    • Officially licensed Gen-Right bumpers and body armor
    • Officially licensed Raceline Daytona beadlock wheels
    • Officially licensed Mickey Thompson Baja Boss R35 compound tires
    • Full interior with opening center console
    • Strong SCX10 III steel C-channel chassis
    • AR45 standard straight axles
    • Multi-link solid axle suspension
    • Oil-filled coil-over shocks
    • All-metal gears
    • Full ball bearings
    • Spektrum DX3 Smart 3-channel transmitter
    • Spektrum Firma 40A Smart 2-in-1 ESC and receiver unit
    • Factory assembled and ready-to-run
    • Only battery and charger required
  • Ball Bearings Full Set
    Chassis Adjustable Steel C-channel
    Completion Level Ready-To-Run
    Drivetrain 4WD
    Drive Type Forward/Brake/Reverse
    Make Jeep
    Product Height 9.75" (248 mm)
    Tire Compound R35
    Wheel Hex Size 12mm
    Gear Pitch 32P
    Servos Included
    Final Drive Ratio 45.6:1
    Motor Type Brushed
    Speed Control Included
    Wheelbase 12.3" (312 mm)
    Battery Sold Separately
    Connector Type EC3, IC3
    Ground Clearance 2.75 in (69.8mm)
    Internal Gear Ratio 45.6:1
    Motor Size 540 size (Axial 35T Motor included)
    Product Length 18.9" (480 mm)
    Spur Gear 52T
    Steering Type 2WS
    Suspension Multi-Link Solid Axle
    Wheel Width 1.0 in (25.4mm)
    Body Polycarbonate Painted
    Pinion 14T
    Scale 1/10
    Inner Tire / Outer Wheel Diameter 1.9 in
    Product Width 9.25" (235 mm)
    Radio Included
    Product Weight 6.9lb (3.12kg)
    Tire Tread Mickey Thompson Baja Boss
    Vehicle Type Rock Crawler
    Water-Resistant Yes
    Charger Sold Separately
    Differential Locked
    Receiver Included
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