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Old 12-28-2007, 07:33 PM
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Sweet!! Thank you Study!! Good job on the Deletes!!!
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Old 12-28-2007, 08:40 PM
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Sweet!! Thank you Study!! Good job on the Deletes!!!
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OFF TOPIC- Dogman, do you have anymore action shots of crawling up at gates pass?

ON TOPIC- Is there such a thing as stock class in pulling? Like where you can just use an average RC truck to pull?
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Is there such a thing as stock class in pulling? Like where you can just use an average RC truck to pull?
That would be cool. Like just hook up an T/EMaxx or Savage and then pull it as far as they can? I like that idea.
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Old 12-28-2007, 10:22 PM
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Me too, we should have a PULLING forum, that way it wouldn't get lost after getting tossed into the CRAWLING forum.

Great idea JRP.
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Old 12-29-2007, 12:40 AM
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Oh. Well, thanks Dez. Lol. But really is there such a thing as stock class where you just hook up an average Monster Truck to a sled and basically just run what ya brung?
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Old 12-29-2007, 04:25 AM
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I would like to run in the outlaw class. I have 8, 550 size Johnson 3E3732 motors that I am dying to have a use for. I found a nice transmission setup at RC4WD that can take two motors. So it would be like 4 transmissions connected to a central shaft that goes through a 1:1 differential for the large rear mud tires. I was thinking of using a drag rail chassis for this setup. I know it would be super bad thats for sure. Funding will be the major issue for the setup. The transmissions alone cost like $130!! The motors though were only $3.50 a piece.


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Old 12-29-2007, 03:22 PM
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What do you mean by 1:1 differential? Size or gearing?



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Me too, we should have a PULLING forum, that way it wouldn't get lost after getting tossed into the CRAWLING forum.

Great idea JRP.
http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_6065976/tm.htm
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Old 12-29-2007, 05:18 PM
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What do you mean by 1:1 differential? Size or gearing?
The transmissions are 43:1 so that is more than enough gearing which is why the 1:1 is the gear ratio of the differential. It may be too much with 43:1 transmissions since speed is critical to a puller not getting stuck with spinning tires in the mud from too slow of speed.
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Hay i have always wanted a puller!
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What do you mean by 1:1 differential? Size or gearing?
The transmissions are 43:1 so that is more than enough gearing which is why the 1:1 is the gear ratio of the differential. It may be too much with 43:1 transmissions since speed is critical to a puller not getting stuck with spinning tires in the mud from too slow of speed.
Ah, ok. I was worried you were going to use a four wheeler's or golf cart's differential for lack of anything else.
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Is there such a thing as stock class in pulling? Like where you can just use an average RC truck to pull?
That would be cool. Like just hook up an T/EMaxx or Savage and then pull it as far as they can? I like that idea.

[8D]hi . yes there is a class for this lol . i will have to look at the rule's again to find it lol but i did see it there . thank's .
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Old 02-02-2008, 06:23 PM
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Hay i have always wanted a puller!

[8D]hi . they are very fun to use lol . i have built 2 of them now and the second one is muchly inproved comp. to the first one lol . thank's .
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Old 03-26-2008, 02:34 PM
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Does anyone know if you can put a clod wheel ok an emaxx
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Does anyone know if you can put a clod wheel ok an emaxx

[8D]hi . yes you can lol . you will have to buy the adaptor's that they sell thoe . thank's .
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sorry what adapter and where can I get it
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If you are looking for some of the best pulling parts and chassis that are rolling or ready to run, then you have to check out www.outlawhobby.com

They have some of the best pulling trucks and tractors at prices that make it a fun and cost effective hobby to be in!!!!!

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WWPA Press Release
Bradley Bourbonnais Herald "Country Marketer"

The ” little engines that could” are back in action again this summer. The Weed Wacker Pulling Association’s 1/5th scale radio controlled pulling events host three competition classes and one experimental class. The Truck , Tractor, and multi-engine Modified Tractor classes are all powered by weed eater or chain saw engines and are capable of pulling over 200 pounds. The Experimental class is open to test new ideas and always provides a few surprises. It all begins at Thee Olde Time Farm Show in Bourbonnais Illinois, July 4th and 5th. Check the wwpa4fans.com web site for details

You’ll never look at your chain saw or weed eater the same again.

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is the truck and sled for sale and what is your email to talk about this

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Old 08-01-2010, 09:05 AM
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WWPA Press Release
Bradley Bourbonnais Herald ''Country Marketer''

The ” little engines that could” are back in action again this summer. The Weed Wacker Pulling Association’s 1/5th scale radio controlled pulling events host three competition classes and one experimental class. The Truck , Tractor, and multi-engine Modified Tractor classes are all powered by weed eater or chain saw engines and are capable of pulling over 200 pounds. The Experimental class is open to test new ideas and always provides a few surprises. It all begins at Thee Olde Time Farm Show in Bourbonnais Illinois, July 4th and 5th. Check the http://<span id=''lw_1245273736_1'' ...ans.com</span> web site for details

You’ll never look at your chain saw or weed eater the same again.

Once again HUGE thanks to Jim ( N'Sayn Racing ) - For allowing me to drive his cool machines. There is NO doubt Winamac is my LUCKY place. Took 4th place in the truck class & by a total twist of fate got the chance to pilot the Tiller tire JD & with Greg having issues. I won the Exibition class. How lucky can one guy be ?

Here are some Vimeo links to vids. of the different classes.

Truck Class
http://www.vimeo.com/13559326

Tractor Class
http://www.vimeo.com/13533477

Modified Tractor Class
http://www.vimeo.com/13529979

Exibition Pullers Class
http://www.vimeo.com/13529019

A few still shots : Thanks to my wife








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It's official:
The new location of the Can Am's is Groth Rd just off the 104 in Holley NY about a mile down @ the Murray tractor pull grounds on 1st day of the Murry tractor pulls which is Aug 14th . It starts @11am and is 3$ per person to get on grounds let Joe Killian know so he can get you on the list you can email him at rctruckpull@roadrunner.com everything else is free ...We will be on the stock tractor pull and garden tractor pull day . The next day, Sunday , are the big tractors and trucks .......We will have both R/C monster trucks and pulling . On site food is available . This is a nice place for a tractorpull....
DIRT PULLING AND MONSTER TRUCK RACING ON A VERY SHORT CUT GRASS TRACK
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i am wanting to build electric drag truck is it possible to  link 3 mamba monster max systems together in series using (2)   T1 Disruptor Black Transfer Case (.75:1 gearing) between 1st and 2nd motor
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Old 01-13-2012, 07:28 PM
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try www.teammagicracing.com that and drag trucks is what they r n2
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Old 01-13-2012, 07:37 PM
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glad it is i crawl losi comp. been thinking about building a puller gald everyone elses having as many problems as me lmao
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Old 01-13-2012, 07:39 PM
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dude strap on some bad azz lipos that will make that thing lighting lol
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