Type: Posts; User: AlanScott
they have been out for awhile now...
black revolvers check!
Im not totally sure the regular revolvers would fit, so I went with the narrows mostly because I was looking for a taller tire not a wider one, and the narrows barely fit at that.
Then again the...
sorry about that I havent forgotten, Ive just been busy and Im away from home right now, but I'll have a few for you all in a couple days!
I thought about that when I put the windows in... so mine are actually screwed into the body, havent had a problem yet!
No worries I shoot the big stuff too :p
yep those are the ones
Nikon D700 with a 20mm lens
haha possibly or it that year I spent at Brooks Institute of Photography in good ole Santa Barbara, Ca...
that can be arranged good sir, anybody interested can pm me, I got a few you all can use.
Proline hammers on RPM narrow revolver wheels...
when the rain comes, the slash comes out to play...
+1 same thing I did
there you have it ladies and gents traxxas does indeed build the most durable rc's on the planet ;)
my slash did 80mph once... of course I dropped it out of a moving car :rolleyes: I kid I kid...
haha go for it man I dont mind.
the ones he linked to had the regular inserts... but yes you can get them with memory foam
proline hammers for the win haha
I have em on my slash, I like the new design as well, that red cap screws over the pesky little pin that no thread lock used to be able to hold haha. No more lost pins for me, plus they look cool....
put some tape on the inside of your tire, should help with the ballooning. Im running proline hammers on my slash and havent had a problem with em
Ive been having good luck with the proline hammer
hey something other than body clips for me to lose...
sick, I may just have to pick up some of those shock towers.
proline hammers on narrow RPM revolver wheels
the stock shocks on the slash arent all that bad to begin with, other than the weak shock caps. The benefits of aluminum shocks for the most part are increased durability, they obviously look a bit...