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    RC Racer
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    Integy snow tracks, any good?

    Since we will likely have snow for the foreseeable future I came across the integy snow tracks at a local hobby store.

    http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p...3#.UTgLsoy9KSM

    Really cool but at $600+ for a complete setup..... Yikes.

    Has anyone used one of these things on a summit?

    Any reviews?

    They seem to have their own hub setup with an old style cross pin.

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    They look cool, but they are not worth it IMO. They come from Integy, and I've NEVER heard a good review from them. I wouldn't get them just bcause it says Integy on them. Just my .02 cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfslash16 View Post
    They look cool, but they are not worth it IMO. They come from Integy, and I've NEVER heard a good review from them. I wouldn't get them just bcause it says Integy on them. Just my .02 cents.
    Yeah, that is my thought.

    They are also incredibly heavy per set. With two on each axel I can only see things breaking...

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    I had a friend (he has more money then brains) who bought a pair of theses & they look cool. In my opinion though its a lot of money to spend on anything that says Integy on it. Not to mention they don't give you that much of an advantage in snow over tires not for the money. My friends still look cool hangin over his work station but he never uses them now. Better off to get a good set of tires for snow & some chains.
    Don't take it out unless your going to use it.

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    RC Racer
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    watch utube vids on them they get stuck more in the snow then stock tires do.
    NO U CANT DRIVE MY SUMMIT!

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    I was able to see a few youtube videos and wow what a bullet I dodged!!!

    My finger was on the buy button.

    I did not realize these things would add 15+ pounds to the rig...

    I think some mudslingers and beadlock rims would be a better investment!!!

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    glad i could help. mudslingers sound like a fine investment think u could get like 4 sets with rims tires glue foam. maybe even some ice cream and a used cat from a shelter. and it still wouldent add up to the cost of those lead weights they call tracks. lol
    NO U CANT DRIVE MY SUMMIT!

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