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Any cheaper alternatives to Associated chassis protector?

Old 06-14-2004, 12:06 AM
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Default Any cheaper alternatives to Associated chassis protector?

It's just adhesive mylar, right? Anyone know where to get some cheap?
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Old 06-14-2004, 12:41 AM
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Clear (or other color) Vinyl Shelf Paper. Will protect from most minor scraps, Does have to be replaced more often if running in rough areas but it is a whole lot easier to work with, doesn't weigh as much and wont arrect ground clerance.

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You can get self adhesive protector at an office supplies store that are used to protect sensitive documents. They come in packages of 50 for about $10-$12 (I think).
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I just read this suggestion in Radio Control Car Action. Go to a office supply store and buy a roll of self adhesive laminating material. Staples has a 18" x 8 yard roll for $9.55 .


Oops, this was already suggested. I didn't read all the post, sorry.
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If you really want the cheap one go to your hardware store and ask if they have a bath tub tape for retail. It is some sort of a rubberized thin material w/c will definitely protect your underside..
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all good suggestions, thank's fellas.
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3M Bath tub "anit-slip" tape!!! A whole roll, can do 5 or more cars!!!

get the clear one! there are some even made of sand paper!!
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