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Old 07-27-2010, 05:26 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by rtypec View Post
I agree with RCI. Tamiya uses pancake syrup/water solution for traction. It's pretty cheap at Stater Brothers or other grocery stores. It's like 5-6 dollars a gallon and can be cut with water to cover the track. 2-3 gallons gives the Tamiya Track insane grip But be careful...ants love it too hehe
To avoid the ants put a lil bleach in it. Works great!!
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