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    Smile Traxxas Summit śnieżny pług

    Traxxas Summit snow plow
    Hi all I wanted to put my snow plow performance for Summit.Plow very quickly screwed the 3 screws as standard headstocks.The material is aluminum plus plastic blade, rotary plow is raised and all of the remote control 2 servos installed a 15 kg today after all tests went very good I put some pictures tomorrow, I will give more of the terrain and assembly video I look forward to your comments and suggestions.490mm widthheight 130 mm




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    You need some snow chains
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    No need for chains or studded tireswas tested as a terrible frost and snow in places such lumps przymarznięteI think that the newly napadanym will elegantly.
    Last edited by rcnolimit; 12-09-2012 at 05:34 AM.

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    That's really nice, I love the looks of it!
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    Looks great!!

    Machine the parts yourself? I've been so tempted to build a plow myself, I like your design.

    What is plow blade made of? I know you said plastic but what was it originally? Or did you fab it up from plastic sheet?


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    Better plastic pipe 200mm dia

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    I want one and I dont even have snow. How much are you into it.

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    Plastic pipe eh? That's awesome. Have you painted it?
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    Nice, I like it... good job I like your design.

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    as plastic pipe
    cool like that
    in the plans is still swirling but I think the future winter

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    I am in awe of is beautiful like a real need to chains on the wheels

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    new video

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    There you go Chains help alot! I want a summit now! You need to put a rubber flap on the very top of the plow to kick the snow down so it doesn't go over the plow.

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    Man, if i had a snowplow on my Summit maybe i would be more inclined to go out and shovel from time to time.

    Since when do kids from the area stop coming around to shovel for $5, i miss that.

    I love the slow mo towards the end of the clip around the 2:00 mark. great camera angle for that one.
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    Beautiful is how much is it?

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    Very cool .
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    I removed the disc gives new videos



    Last edited by rcnolimit; 04-09-2013 at 02:05 AM.

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    upss to remove
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