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    Snow Plow - Work in progress

    Currently: have plow made, and mounting hardware on revo
    Need to: mount plow to revo. Planning to mount it using a hinge type attachment with springs to allow the blade to rotate backwards for cracks and bumps.

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    nice job mann
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    thats cool let us know how it works.

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    how heavy is that beast? and is that an aluminum arm? haha
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    and don't forget to post a vid when you get it running...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrosport_5
    how heavy is that beast? and is that an aluminum arm? haha
    Idk, feels like 5 pounds or so. and that is an a-arm lol, works perfectly. I was originally planning on replacing the turnbuckles with shocks, but they weren't long enough.

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    Looks Great!
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    let me know how that works. I think you will end up having traction issues but maybe not. Look at a pair of savage shocks. if i remember correctly they are super long.
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    You might have traction issues. I always had good luck with my stock e-maxx 3905 tires. I just found some cheap on ebay.
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    put a shock inbetween the plow and the revo it will probibly be beetter than just a spring but it looks good man

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    i like that. you could put a servo on the mounting arm to allow it to move up or down,or back and forth.it looks really good
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    WOW! Thats a seriously heavy duty plow. Thats probably going to drop the front end quite a bit. Looks sweet though.

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    that plow is huge could you post pics of how you mounted it
    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by scotthw
    that plow is huge could you post pics of how you mounted it
    thanks
    Agreed.


    Lookin great though man!
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