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Old 08-29-2008, 09:59 PM
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um i thoink balsa and plastic will be worse to use becasue of the fact of you wont beable to do step #6 and #10 you wont beable to wrap the axles with balsa or plasitc like you can with cardboard
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yeah that the beauty of card board. its versital and cheap. and easy to work with. kinda
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Old 09-16-2008, 12:40 AM
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thanx for the idea man lol i made my own(with some of my own ideas) so here are some pics id like to share what i did was cut out the bottom and then added my axel and made it a goose neck with tounge depresers(spelling?)



ill go take some of just the trailer
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