Well just got a home from work. I work out of town for four days and I got my snow chains in the mail (thanks Brody). Well I installed them on. Here is a few pictures
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"Who's Brody ???" Where did you get the chains ?
I'd like to get a set for my "Super Summit"
Traxxas T-Maxx ABMOD 33
Traxxas Dual 700HO Summit
But you can build them yourself they are very very simple to do.
Just build them and save the shipping.Isn't that half the fun
Mountains cant stop me
they have tried
I DID have a lot of fun, except for the fact that it refuses to snow here at all, and I live in the Rockies. Once I figured out how many links worked for me, I put together a set in about an 1/2 hour I believe. They add an over-the top look to my VW Baja body.
That link I posted in post #3 above gives you two valid different ways to build a set, there are detailed pictures and also measurements of the chain so you know what to buy. There are also a couple of threads going back that talk about constructing sets as well if you do a search.
Last edited by H2Ohaze; 12-17-2010 at 08:47 PM.
I live near the rockies too and it won't snow here either. Otherwise I would already have some chains.
Why can't other people share my opinions?
cool might have to make some chains for my crushers, we got a foot and half of settled snow. but 2.5feet fell so far this season, only the bottom inch is ice hard and slipppery though, and the top foot and a half has been soft powder since it fell going on a month now, the temps havent got warm enough to melt it and freeze it so its still powder. if it ever hardens though chains would be nice.
T8 sensored/Xerun-150a/custom chassis/fit body
Cool. I'll have to look for videos of these snow chains.
well i finally did some runs yesterday and last night and i have to say that these chains are awesome! I have video of a buddy and me with our summits doing some bashing in the yard will post video when i get the whole video done.
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