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Old 07-08-2012, 11:07 PM
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hey iam lookin for someone to pay to help me set up a crawler course in my indoor rc car track in santa clarita ca. 91350. need have experience any help would b appreciated and paid for. pm me or call me matt.. 661 298 0665 thx
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Save yourself some money and do some searches on YouTube, there are thousands of examples which to follow or get ideas from.
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Save yourself some money and do some searches on YouTube, there are thousands of examples which to follow or get ideas from.
x2 on what he said and are you trying to build a comp course if so what class 1.9 2.2 or supper or all 3 or are you trying to build a scale course again what class do you want to run on it c1,c2 or c3? all of those pay a big factor when building a course. id also recommend signing up over at www.rccrawler.com and searching there lots of good info on that site
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id also recommend signing up over at www.rccrawler.com and searching there lots of good info on that site
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nice . thx for the imfo
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Old 07-10-2012, 08:03 AM
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Just get rocks, start stacking them and see what comes of it. As guys drive it, they will give you suggestions and advice. Main thing is giving guys a place to comp and having an open ear to suggestions.
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Just get rocks, start stacking them and see what comes of it. As guys drive it, they will give you suggestions and advice. Main thing is giving guys a place to comp and having an open ear to suggestions.
+1...Also getting the word out and joining local crawler clubs will definatly help.
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http://rctruckstop.com/2012/04/07/bu...awling-course/

This may help...hope it does. Good luck
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Thats what us guys did buddy had a small loader an dump truck,scouted around an found alot of good sized rocks(boulders) started placing them various ways,even used old tires an some wood skids theres nothing to it,save your money, look around scrounge up some stuff an soon you will have a course set up.
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