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Old 02-21-2012, 01:11 AM
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Iv got a mate thats looking for one, probably at least a D8 or bigger.

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Here is one:

http://www.gardentrucking.com/BullDozer.tpl

Dozers are not cheap. You can find inexpensive plastic one or get the full metal with functioning hydraulics. The metal ones can actually do work.
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Old 02-21-2012, 04:09 PM
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In Australia, RC Hobbies does
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Ok, I finally found something lamer than rock crawling.
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Ok, I finally found something lamer than rock crawling.
what you don't want to push small piles of dirt around
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:01 PM
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I can see the benefit .. sitting in yer backyard, feet up, music on, scotch in hand, control in the other, the dozer does the gardening work, the wife is happy the works done, brilliant
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Actually for most of this style equipment it is almost more about the build then the driving.

Of course there is this guy that has dug out his crawl space into a basement with all R/C scale equipment.
http://www.scale4x4rc.org/forums/showthread.php?t=25724
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Actually for most of this style equipment it is almost more about the build then the driving.

Of course there is this guy that has dug out his crawl space into a basement with all R/C scale equipment.
http://www.scale4x4rc.org/forums/showthread.php?t=25724
Lol, every 3rd user in that thread was banned. (well not every 3rd but you get the point).

It would be pretty cool though. There is an excavator that is mounted to a base in a teachers room at my school. I have played around teaching people how to hook up the pneumatic and stuff. I could actually hook it all up to like a 9ch remote or something. But there would be a tailor of electronics and valves that it would tow around.
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Ok, I finally found something lamer than rock crawling.
A bulldozer would actually be more fun.

At least it's not a short course truck.
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A bulldozer would actually be more fun.

At least it's not a short course truck.
That's "short bus" to you sir!
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Originally Posted by CR0SS View Post
Here is one:
http://www.gardentrucking.com/BullDozer.tpl

Dozers are not cheap. You can find inexpensive plastic one or get the full metal with functioning hydraulics. The metal ones can actually do work.
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Thanx fellas

I'll show my mate those links, Im not sure what his expecting to pay tho

That dude in the basment really needs to get out more, still, I liked it.
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