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Thread: Fun with the MAXTRAX paper FJ Model

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMTB View Post
    No man you got it wrong, see with the light weight of the vehicle they have to be that skinny in order to put enough weight down to get traction.


    Dorton: Nope, it's because Jeeps don't need maxtrax :P
    I can prove you wrong on this one.
    Check out the FJ Bruisers, FJ Cruiser Club, in the DC area www.fjbruisers.org

    www.maxtrax.com.au

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyNdrive View Post
    I can prove you wrong on this one.
    Send me some for free and I'll put them to use. I'll even write an entire review on their usefulness in FL sugarsand and mud.
    |06 KJ|65th Anniversary Edition|2.5" lift|265/70r16 Pirelli Scorpion ATR|kayak, bike, dog, etc.|
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    Tampa, FL

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMTB View Post
    Send me some for free and I'll put them to use. I'll even write an entire review on their usefulness in FL sugarsand and mud.
    PM me your address and I will send you a pair.*















    *Not full size MAXTRAX and limited to 1/10 scale.
    Check out the FJ Bruisers, FJ Cruiser Club, in the DC area www.fjbruisers.org

    www.maxtrax.com.au

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewp View Post
    No wonder he needs the maxtrax! Did you see how skinny those tires are?!
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    This is so cool. And your pictures are great too. I wish they had more models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YotaPilot View Post
    This is so cool. And your pictures are great too. I wish they had more models.
    It's funny you ask. He also made a 40-shorty, 45-Troopy, 45-Tray Back, 55-wagon, 60 wagon, 62 wagon, 80-series, FJ Cruiser, 70-Troopy, and a Ford Bronco.

    http://papercruiser.com/
    Check out the FJ Bruisers, FJ Cruiser Club, in the DC area www.fjbruisers.org

    www.maxtrax.com.au

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    woh I didn't realize that! I will be building those for sure!
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    I just got a Tan FJ45 Troopy like mine and will put it together when I have time....In short....Next year.
    Check out the FJ Bruisers, FJ Cruiser Club, in the DC area www.fjbruisers.org

    www.maxtrax.com.au

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