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  1. #1
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    6" of snow here....Slash time?

    I'm debating whether or not to take my Slash out. We have like 6" of snow here. The roads arent 6" deep, so I think it will be fun on the roads.

    I run a MM system. Should I cover the ESC with something?

  2. #2
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    I would cover the esc for sure. I hope you have paddles and ski's because my slash is worthless in that much snow.

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    put padles on if you have them, if not put very thick zip ties on to act like chains.
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    I tried it the last time it snowed and it really isn't that good in the snow with stock tires. The zip ties broke off of my tires too. If you have paddles it might be worth it though. Most of the snow drifts are taller than the Slash so if you have monster truck it would probably be better to use.

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    ya here in sk we have 2 feet of snow it sucks
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1slash
    ya here in sk we have 2 feet of snow it sucks
    yes me too i hate snow (i like the Revo but saving up to get a slash), Rob try it you have nothing, i mean nothing to lose try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVOKID123
    yes me too i hate snow (i like the Revo but saving up to get a slash), Rob try it you have nothing, i mean nothing to lose try it
    where do you live??
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