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    rc pulling

    Ok did a search and really didnt come up with anything. Looked on google and ebay with no luck so hopefully u all can help me. I want to build my own pulling sled. I need some plans to figure out the size and gear ratio's used etc. So if any of u all know of any sites that give this info please help me. Or atleast some manufactures of sleds. Thanks.
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    RE: rc pulling

    There are some pictures of a sled on this page.

    I couldn't find much else, either. I hope this helps you :-)
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    RE: rc pulling


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    RE: rc pulling

    Is there anywhere I can find info on rc pulling? What trucks do you use? Electric or Nitro? And any other info would be greatly accepted.

    Thanks

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    RE: rc pulling

    Take a look at the links above, and also try:

    http://nrctpa.com/

    http://www.performancedevices.com/nr.htm

    Good luck in your search :-)
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    RE: rc pulling

    I have seen both electric and nitro used, but most opt for gasoline power becase of the added weight and torque they provide... perfect for pulling.
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    RE: rc pulling

    we r getting in to it buddy owns a hobby shop putting a track in as soon as ground thaws to get our clay. we r using savages with a lil mods as in hitch weight box etc. ill post pics when i get my set up painted. have 8hrs in it bending to fit frame perfect etc. its sweet.

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    RE: rc pulling

    If your building a puller and want to compete follow NR/CTPA rules. They have a ton of different classes electric and nitro.
    Here are a couple pics of my truck. this truck pulls in the 15# 2wd nitro class.
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    RE: rc pulling

    Anyone know any resources for pulling bodies? I might want to enter 2wd Sportsman class and the limit is 24 inches. I know Parma used to make a chevy pulling body that was long enough.

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    RE: rc pulling

    I know exactly what body your talking about. I think a company called sassy chassis now has that mold. or one just like it.
    I know there are a few guys that produce different pulling bodies but I'm not exactly sure who they are. I will try and get some info for ya!!

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    RE: rc pulling

    ttt

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    RE: rc pulling

    [8D]hi . doe's anyone know where i can find a used pulling sled beside's e-bay ? if so please give me a link or tell me . thank's for your time .

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    RE: rc pulling

    hi
    does anyone have plans for both the puller and the sled thanks rye
    looks like a new hobby for me

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    RE: rc pulling

    ttt..

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    RE: rc pulling

    hi
    whats ttt ?

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    RE: rc pulling

    [8D]hi . it mean's to the top . thank's .

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    RE: rc pulling

    [8D]hi . i am almost done finishing my pulling truck and it look's prety good so far lol . it has chane drive insted of belt and the frame is made out of alum. it is 26 inche's long by 11 inche's wide . it has clod rear tire's and rim's . i will post pic's later . i also have a pull sled . thank's .

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    RE: rc pulling

    Nice!! gotta post pics and Definitely Do a build thread on the sled!!!!!
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    RE: rc pulling

    [8D]hi . here's some pic's of my pulling truck and pulling sled . hope you like them . thank's .
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    RE: rc pulling

    That's really cool [sm=thumbs_up.gif]

    The sled looks awesome! Nice work!
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    RE: rc pulling

    hi
    where did you get the plans from? thanks rye

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    RE: rc pulling

    i had to buy them, from someone i knew that had 1 last copy

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    RE: rc pulling

    hey junebug
    do you have anymore copys?

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    RE: rc pulling

    i can make them , but i paid $25.00 for this 1

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    RE: rc pulling

    [8D]hi . i just got done making this brand new pulling truck . i built this one from scatch . it has a new alum. and 5mm graphite chassis that i made and it has a 3/8 inch rear axle and a front drop axle i made it all from scratch lol . i used the old one's body for now . i am no longer using the old one as this one will pull alot more and is more ajustable than the old one . i hope you like the pic's . thank's .
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