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Can I use ELMERS glue to glue my tires to the rims?

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Old 02-25-2006, 01:02 AM
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I have an awesome totally tricked out xxxt mf2. I just have one question I have a set of step pins that i sanded down so i could get better traction on rough sandy dusty loamy surfaces, can i use elmers school glue to glue my tires to the rims? Thanks guys any input is greatly appreciated!
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Why would you want to do that? don't waste your time on MF2. get a real race truck T4. use bubble gum it works better than glue.try it you might like.
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Ok thanks for the fake answer. At first i thought you were serious but we all know that a T4 is worse than something you could buy at toys r us. I bout a T4 for my dog to chew on as a dog toy. Only serious answers please.
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Ok maybe t4 sucks. I drive a real car 1/8 can you say JAMMIN.
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1/8th is real expensive isnt it? Give me a cost breakdown. What do cars cost parts etc?
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Jammin x1cr= $550
pipe=$65
2 airtronics servos 94358= $100 each
motor=$150 to $500
5 cell hump for servos=$30

ABOUT $1,200 WOULD WORK
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Originally Posted by Jhyten
Ok thanks for the fake answer. At first i thought you were serious but we all know that a T4 is worse than something you could buy at toys r us. I bout a T4 for my dog to chew on as a dog toy. Only serious answers please.
Three things...

1. No you can't use Elmer's use CA glue.
2. I know you are new to RC racing so let me give you a little knowledge, the T4 won the ROAR Offroad National Championship.
3. A little quiz for you... Guess the subject of my new desktop wallpaper? Here is a hint it lasts less than 3 mins and is very submissive? Answer - you
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honsetly dued, you are stupid, and when you ask for other's opinions, don't get mad when someone says somethin you don't like.
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Originally Posted by Jhyten
we all know that a T4 is worse than something you could buy at toys r us.
before u go bagging out associated on the offroad scence, where did losi place at the worlds?
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I read the topic of this post and thought, "what a n00b" then I saw who posted it. I started laughing my ass off because I knew this was going to be another fire storm. Jake, you s**t startin' fool... Let's see where this one goes...

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did your father touch you in your danger zone as a young child. i bet he did. you are riddled with complete ignorance. you prbably dont even have a xxxt. you are probably supporting the new radio shack wave the xmods. oh by the way good luck in that class. i hear there will be a large turn out this year at nats in that class.
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No, use CA glue. I like to use medium thickness myself.
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Can someone BAN this JACK***!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by HotrodHopkins
honsetly dued, you are stupid, and when you ask for other's opinions, don't get mad when someone says somethin you don't like.
Honeslty dued im stupid! LMAO Your calling me stupid? Where did you learn how to spell dude? You are worthless.
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Originally Posted by jamescam
Three things...

1. No you can't use Elmer's use CA glue.
2. I know you are new to RC racing so let me give you a little knowledge, the T4 won the ROAR Offroad National Championship.
3. A little quiz for you... Guess the subject of my new desktop wallpaper? Here is a hint it lasts less than 3 mins and is very submissive? Answer - you

Its funny how the people that dont know how to fight will talk so much crap. Its kinda like me and how you guys (think) i suck at racing and i talk so much crap. If you got in the cage with me i would disfigure you. Then i would lay claim to your wife.
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