Proline Slingshots. Any good?

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nitronewbiex46
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Proline Slingshots. Any good?

Post by nitronewbiex46 » Sun Apr 28, 2013 8:46 pm

so guys has anyone tried them? they are $75 so its alot to drop on tires
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Post by Bandditt » Fri Jul 18, 2014 10:05 am

Dude I bought a set a few months ago for I believe $38.00 plus S/H on Amain hobbies.
They are bad *censored* man. I run them strictly in sand and I have not found anything that can stop me.
And I'm climbing thirty to fifty foot  hills that are way to steep to stand on if they were dirt.
Wheelies at will, they are just to much fun. They are well worth the money. I know this is late but I didn't
see any responses.

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Post by SavageBasher7 » Wed Dec 03, 2014 8:55 pm

I have the sand paws on the rear of my XS and they are awesome as well. Was thinking some sling shots for the fronts.
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