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  • My Slot It Porsche 956 Group C build

    My Slot It Porsche 956 Group C build for the upcoming Northern California 1/32 scale slot car challenge race at Silicon City Speedway

  • #2
    Tungsten is nice and clean and you don't have to wash your hands after handling it unlike lead.
    Print It, Build It, Race It, Improve It, Repeat...

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    • Mitch58
      Mitch58 commented
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      I've been supposed to wash my hands after? Every time? I always knew I was going to die of something, someday. And all this time I thought it was the fumes from soldering that was going to get me.

    • Kevan
      Kevan commented
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      I was a Plumber for 10 years, I suppose it's just a habit to wash my hands after handling lead but I tell you what after a while working with it I get a distinct metallic taste in my mouth, it's absorbed into your skin.

  • #3
    Thanks for posting, i like the fact that you run the cars stock. What diameter rod are you using and what is your source?
    thx
    Last edited by Tuner28; August 24, 2021, 05:14 AM.

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    • jrrclk
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      It's 3/32, same size as the axle. You can get it any welding shop.

    • Loan Shark
      Loan Shark commented
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      Do you mean the tungsten?

  • #4
    Thx

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