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Crawler from AZ

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself!' started by jjwiggs, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. jjwiggs

    jjwiggs Studio Forums Elite
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    Hey Folks!

    I'm from the Phoenix area and certainly feel for you that are from the "colder" climates, even though I admit, it looks so cool to crawl in the snow and ice.

    Currently have the honco, wraith and looking for another crawler, just not sure yet... Tried a boyer truggy but was really too heavy imo. :brains:
     
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    Hello and welcome to the forums! It's great to have you here with us at RC Sparks! Everybody here is really friendly and helpful. It's an awesome community. :) There are heaps of scale/trail guys and gals here so if your after advice or help just ask. :) Post up some pics of your rigs when you get a chance, we love to see anything and everything RC here! :)
     
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    Hey man welcome to the forum, hope you enjoy your stay! :D
     
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    Welcome to the forums. Id love to see some pics!!! See ya around.
     
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    Thanks guys. Def. will get some pics up soon, most likely on sat when I have a little more time. Really looking forward to learning some good techniques as so many in this forum are skilled wayyyyyyyyy beyond my skill-set!

    Love to learn though and try things and ultimately break things. lol I just did my first soldering (on my own) job and and was able to burn the crap out my finger - thank God for aloe vera!!!
     

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