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    Wow. That is so cool.

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    That's cool. What kind if interface did you have to make to get them to not spin?
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    I built and 3d printed a custom adapter set for the front and rears. I also had to build some spacers/tensioners since the factory tension sucked. I later created an angled tensioner that gave higher angles which are close to tire angles. If you look at the stock angles up front, you'll probably understand what I mean and why the angles aren't the best.
    Reverse sucks due to angles. If you're stuck, you're stuck. Only in reverse but wow, you can get seriously stuck.

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    that is cool. 3D painting is pretty neat. Nice work
    Slash, Stampede,Craniac,X2 TRX4 ,ford gt 4 tec 2.0

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    Thanks! Def a lot of fun and the 3D Printer was def one of the best purchases I've ever made

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    Test 5
    https://youtu.be/v2AioEc7tKY
    It crawls pretty good
    I was gonna get a better run but I roasted the ESC so no go no mo :*(

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    Good job. Looks great. Bring the snow Right? You should take it mudding and see how it does.

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    Thank you! Ha I live in Phoenix, AZ so this thing of snow and mud you speak of doesn't exist :P These specific tracks will be best in sand, snow, and likely mud. Our mud here is the worst cuz it's clay based so I'm hesitant as I am with the real rig.

    The stock tracks will likely be best for me for maximum traction since snow tracks create a gap. I just don't have em since these were a re-sell. Soon enough and I'll keep updating progress

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