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Old 03-10-2008, 10:42 PM   #41
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Old 03-11-2008, 06:39 AM   #42
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Old 03-13-2008, 07:43 PM   #43

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Originally Posted by cloddyman View Post
You and me eh, lol!

Yeah you are right, he came in with that wine " whats the big deal". it only got to a civilized point when i filled half a page of a post to state why people like crawlers and why its a big deal. He did remit himself though, and i also openly apologized to him for the on screen arguement. But as everyone can see he hasnt been back to check out crawlers even though he copped out with the "im interested" answer.

Im with you, i dont want to fight and argue with people.

And Rustler Guy, you ROCK!!!!
Just because I haven't been back online here doesn't mean that I have not tried to embrace crawlers... Actually I will be trying this crawling thing with my son as it is slower and I would imagine a little easier to control.

And to LIME go screw yourself! I am very good to my son.
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Old 03-13-2008, 07:55 PM   #44
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Yes the crawling thing is slower, and easier to control. A big thing you will find is tire placement and making sure you dont get hung up. I hope you do look into the crawling scene and come out and check out a meet or competition. Ill even let you run one of my rigs, cuz im cool like that, lol. I just want more people to see how this side of the hobby is and why, not so much for the action of the crawlers but for the actual rigs themselves, how they look, and what they can do.

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Re: What's the deal?

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Maybe it is just me but what is so exciting about crawling?

No disrespect intended but is it a love it or hate it kinda thing?
Certainly the challenge of navigating obstacles for me.
Also, if you get out with a bunch of people it gives you time to social and enjoy RC without being super focused on the next turn while going 40km hr. lol

Crawling by yourself can be a bit meh.
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