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  1. #1
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    Vid: 1/16 Summit VXL in the snow

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    Fun stuff. I wish we got snow down here in Texas. That would open up a whole new driving experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WesselDoubleT View Post
    Fun stuff. I wish we got snow down here in Texas. That would open up a whole new driving experience.
    You say that...but then you stuck with it for like 5 months and can't drive very long or your fingers freeze off

    Great vid!
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    Great vids guys. Here in Jersey we've been getting hammered with snow. I gotta say, snow bash sessions with the little Summit are a blast!
    slash 4x4, 1/16 summit vxl, and an old t maxx 2.5

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    try to look in the 1/16 Scale E-Revo VXL & Slash VXL 4WD forum at the thread called new MERV covers ..
    you might find it interesting :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwi View Post
    try to look in the 1/16 Scale E-Revo VXL & Slash VXL 4WD forum at the thread called new MERV covers ..
    you might find it interesting :-)
    You really like those things to give them so much advertising !!!

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    I just think that it a good idea just like so many other things in the forums that folks share with each other.. from batteries to pinions.... and people showing of what they have done for their trucks that might inspire others... the cover is a simple thing that might be usefull to others,,, when my son drives with the covers he gets a clean truck and no issues with components that does not like too much water ... just wanted to show it to the guys running their Summits in the snow.
    I use Outerwear for protection my self now but the covers mentioned here are good and cheap alternatives :-)
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