Ranger XLT is the latest truck to receive the High Trail Edition treatment with its striking replica body and high-riding stance.
Trx-4 High Trail Edition With 1979 Ford F-150 Truck Body
The Traxxas lineup of exciting and capable High Trail TRX-4® models is expanding with the all-new 1979 Ford® F-150® truck. Sporting top-of-the-line Ranger XLT trim, the Ford F-150 High Trail is equipped with a factory-installed Long Arm Lift Kit and stands over an inch taller than our standard height TRX-4. The exceptional all-terrain capability, smooth running drivetrain, and Traxxas Tough® durability drivers expect from TRX-4 are all there. Black roll bar, chrome light housings, longer wheelbase, and slotted aluminum-finish mags complete the authentic, period correct look.
Ranger XLT is the latest truck to receive the High Trail Edition treatment with its striking replica body and high-riding stance. High Trail Edition trucks take adventure to new heights with factory-installed Long Arm Lift Kits and oversize tires to raise ground clearance over an inch higher than standard TRX-4s. The F-150 Ranger’s extended wheelbase further enhances TRX-4’s already legendary off-road capability for even more fun on the trail. TRX-4 F-150 High Trail Edition is the perfect vehicle for the driver who wants it all: extreme all-terrain capability, stunning scale looks, and Traxxas-Tough™ durability.
Large 2.2″ slotted mag wheels and Canyon Trail tires tame even the most technical trails to extend your scale adventures farther than ever before. The factory-installed Long Arm Lift Kit raises F-150 High Trail™ Edition over an inch taller for superior ground clearance.
F-150’s extended steel ladder frame lengthens the wheelbase to 336mm to capture the pickup’s real-world proportions perfectly. A longer wheelbase also translates into greater climbing stability and a smoother, more stable ride over rough terrain.
The clipless body’s hidden latching system gives F-150 High Trail Edition clean, flowing lines for new level of scale realism and convenience. On the trail, F-150’s clipless body holds tight when you need it, but releases in just seconds to access the chassis.
Length: 22.30 inches (566mm)
Front Track: 10.60 inches (270mm)
Rear Track: 10.60 inches (270mm)
Center Ground Clearance: 4 inches (99mm)
Weight (w/o battery): 7.34lbs (3.33kg)
Height (overall): 10.82 inches (275mm)
Wheelbase: 13.23 inches (336mm)
Approach Angle: 73.5°
Departure Angle: 49.67°
Breakover Angle: 67°
Front Shock Length: 4.33 inches (110mm)
Rear Shock Length: 4.33 inches (110mm)
Front Wheels: 2.2 x 1.34 inches (56 x 34mm)
Rear Wheels: 2.2 x 1.34 inches (56 x 34mm)
Front Tires: 5.3 x 2.14 inches (135 x 54mm)
Rear Tires: 5.3 x 2.14 inches (135 x 54mm)
Hex Size: 12mm
Speed Control: XL-5 HV
Motor (electric): 21T Reverse Rotation
Transmission: 2-speed High/Low, Remote Shifting
Gear Pitch: 32 Pitch
Differential Type: 4 Gear, Remote Locking
Chassis Structure / Material: Steel Ladder Frame with Nylon Composite Crossmembers
Brake Type: Electronic “Hill Hold”
Drive System: Shaft Driven 4WD
Steering: Chassis Mounted Servo
Servo: 2075X Metal Gear
Transmitter: TQi™ 2.4 GHz 4-Channel Transmitter
Skill Level: 1
Battery Tray: 158.8 L x 47 W x 23/26mm H