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Old 05-19-2009, 04:29 PM   #1
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Default Building a RC car track

I am building a track in reedsville WI.
it will be electric and nitro.
ovel and road
How do you stat to do it?
How do you buils jumps?
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i assume you have a piece of property?
you will need acces to water and power...........

we used a bobcat for most of our construction, of jumps or whatever.......

you will have to build a driverstand and need a plan for a place to do your scoring, most tracks have a small building of some sort but i have seen ppl do it from a van or even a easy up.......
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