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Old 01-20-2016, 05:10 PM
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Looks good, looks like there be tracks to follow
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Looks good, i need a place to play, the sofa is getting old lol
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And there it goes in pursuit of the deadly and elusive Rabitus Gigantigus. Danger lies ahead....
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Looks good if you need big rock formations chicken wire and sand mix conccrete is cheap and easy only need 1"-1-1/2" thick .
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Looks good. Hopefully spring comes soon so I can make progress on mine.
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Looks good, i need a place to play, the sofa is getting old lol
Thanks guys..
I'm day dreaming for summer already.
Plans are to blow it up and and bring in a few more loads of dirt to build it all up then Try and make it look like last few pics of the water fall pictures.
Their is around 12 inches of snow covering it all now even being protected by the Pine tree covering it.
Were having a winter here in Idaho this year..
Come on spring.
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Wow, It's amazing! look great!
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Outstanding. I can't wait to have a yard again.
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Outstanding. I can't wait to have a yard again.
Thanks guys.
Funny as my father and I drove on it yesterday.
Be expecting some changes here shortly. Goal is to revamp it all and make some longer runs for the trail trucks all summer. And more realistic..Definitely more realistic with better landscaping.

MTZ's 1.5's are a bit hard pressed to move around in some places, plus the RC4WD Blazer Body's struggle in my tight squeezes areas, They are fatter. Things need to be a bit wider now ahahah.

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Where in Michigan are you? Where do you run in Michigan? Is there any Scale tracks like this one that Ron is building in Michigan? I'm more into the Scale Semi Trucks, but this is a close second to what we've done with R/C tanks and Semi Trucks. Reach me through the forum.

Also, looking at getting a Scale Trail Truck, any recommendations on type/make and also what hobby shop you use, if any in Michigan?

Thank you, I'll look forward to hearing back.

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Old 05-23-2016, 04:55 AM
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Where in Michigan are you? Where do you run in Michigan? Is there any Scale tracks like this one that Ron is building in Michigan? I'm more into the Scale Semi Trucks, but this is a close second to what we've done with R/C tanks and Semi Trucks. Reach me through the forum.

Also, looking at getting a Scale Trail Truck, any recommendations on type/make and also what hobby shop you use, if any in Michigan?

Thank you, I'll look forward to hearing back.

Happy Trails,

Jim
Thanks Jim
I'm actually located in South East Idaho.
Whiskey Hill is currently under new construction, I've blew it up and am making it more for scale for truck trailing then Rock crawling.
Moving almost 4 ton of rock and 2 or more tons of dirt is taking time I'm finding out ....lol.
As for trail Trucks.. You can't beat The Trail finder II also the G-made SawBack is one of my favorites to for leaf sprung Chassis.
If your into a bit more Performance, The SCX10 Honcho out of the box can't be beat with the Vaterra Ascender in a very close second..
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