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Old 05-11-2008, 09:23 PM   #1
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Alright guys i'm tired of going to 1/8th scale tracks to run my 10th scales so i'm building my own track i have some pics and am looking for some input from other members to get this going, I will have enough room for 8ft lanes so please take that into consideration thanks. This pic would be the 63 foot straight.

This pic is the end of the straight going into athe infield or out depending on which way the track goes.

This pic is the infield of the track

This is a general schematic of what the track will be feel free to copy and paste and give me some ideas.
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TTT, come on guys no one has any ideas or feedback??????????
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Thank chicagokenji i will put that down on my list.
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Sure thing. If I had your place before I actually executed a layout I might try using carpet scraps to see if where you will build the layout features gives a nice flow. That way it's not wasted labor.
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