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Old 04-01-2007, 05:26 AM   #1
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Are these good offroad bashers?

I was gonna take mine (when i buy it) to a humpy bumpy track near me.
Will it hold up fine? Cuz i don't wanna break it right after i get it!

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Old 04-01-2007, 05:49 AM   #2
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Sorry dude can't help but how the heck do you do the "click me" thing as your sign. Very cool
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i run mine on a real bumpy track and it has held up just fine.
i got each of my boys one. the youngest(4yrs old) ran his into a cement wall at full throttle and all it did was pop a screw out of it.
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Sorry dude can't help but how the heck do you do the "click me" thing as your sign. Very cool
You just put your selected pic on photobucket or imageshack etc then copy the link. Go to ur control panel, go in signature and click insert link. Then you paste it in there, and it asks you what words you want to have that when you click go to ur pic

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i run mine on a real bumpy track and it has held up just fine.
i got each of my boys one. the youngest(4yrs old) ran his into a cement wall at full throttle and all it did was pop a screw out of it.
Yeh i've heard they're quite strong

And i've seen some vids of them, they don't half go fast!
They jump well to.
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Old 04-04-2007, 10:17 PM   #5
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Cool thanks
aaahhh its like drugs man once you click it you can't stop
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LOL! I guess your right
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Check out my posts....

I don't want it yet, you have to read whole thread before you reply mate
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18B is awesome. Real tough.
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