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Old 09-02-2009, 01:59 PM
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i couldnt find my other thread sooo.. heres my track finished. not big but something fun to play around on.
we are going to build a bigger drivers stand soon. that one is just temporary right now.

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Old 09-02-2009, 02:03 PM
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thats sweet man. great dedication and looks good.
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Old 09-02-2009, 02:09 PM
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Looks awesome!!! wish I had that much land around my house and not so sensitive neighbors.
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That looks great! How did you build it all, with a shovel or do you have a tractor, etc that you used? It looks like it will teach you some great control. I like the layout.

Also did you secure the tubes at all? How did you do it?
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Nice tight tech track. It should help you with your driving.
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SWEET!!!! less grass to mow too!!!
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that looks awesome!
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Old 09-02-2009, 03:26 PM
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thanks eveyone!

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That looks great! How did you build it all, with a shovel or do you have a tractor, etc that you used? It looks like it will teach you some great control. I like the layout.

Also did you secure the tubes at all? How did you do it?
i used 10in spikes to secure the tubing. and i built it all with a bobcat and then used shovel, garden rake, lawn mower, and yard roller to smooth everything out.
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I need to get a real job and a house and then I'll do the same. That looks so sweet. Great job.
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Originally Posted by xjqkz View Post
Looks awesome!!! wish I had that much land around my house and not so sensitive neighbors.
yea the only neighbor that is kinda close to us has an in-ground pool and last year me and my bro had a quad track and it was always dusty and the wind just always happen to blow towards their house with all the dust going over their pool but there wont be as much now lol
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Get an amb system and invite some of us up for a race!
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looks good and it and it is a nice design.
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Where did you get the spikes? I used 10in nails for mine, but would rather do spikes. What does the spikes cost
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Awesome work, id love to do something like that.
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Can you say Jealous? lol looks like a great place to test and tune!
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