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    Talking Homemade Mattracks

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    Wow! That is really freakin' sweet! Do they work well?

    Nice work!

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    When you get them all good to go, I'll take a set!

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    What kind of bugs are you having? I think you need a flange on the front and back of the drive wheel to stop it from throwing off the track. Looks pretty mentalist !

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    the tracks keep falling off, thanks.
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    those would def be awsome for in the winter here



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    Let me know when they hit the market .

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    Thats awesome! nice job!
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    dont forget your best friend...loctite!
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    I think this about as far as im gonna get on my own. I am trying to get a patent on them and hopefully get them on the market, but its gonna cost a lot of money that might stop me from doing that.
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    try making some for the front too. that way you can use the 4wd. you would get stuck less.
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    theres only one problem, i ran out of materials to make them, i dont know, mabey ill try to find some more.
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    make a video when you're done working on it.
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    They would be soo cool if a large company made them with you.

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    lol you could make thousands (thousands that is, not many people bash in snow)
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    lol you could make thousands (thousands that is, not many people bash in snow)
    well, i figure they would be fun in snow,sand,and mud.
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    yea thats true. well good luck broo
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    Quote Originally Posted by esheg4ever23 View Post
    lol you could make thousands (thousands that is, not many people bash in snow)
    probably because they were waiting for something like this so they can drive in the snow.

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    Dude thats badass!! i'd buy a set from ya if you get some made up for sale!
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    Ok well just so you guys know their is a place that makes those for all RC's (or most of them) they originally come out on radio shack toy trucks and still do. I will try to find the place that has them. Matter of fact a guy on RCU was selling a tmaxx with them. Sorry bub didnt mean to burst your bubble on a patent but its already being done!

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