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Sno-Cat . I wanted to add something to it so I built this simple box blade for the front itís kind of fun it has a linear actuator to lift and lower. . This is started out as a rock crawler chases that I modified to a sno-cat. This is about the fifth vehicle I have built on this chases so it works pretty good. It has solid axel center pivot suspension so it doesnít have any squish at all but lots of travel the front is has two M motors on front geared down to the same speed as a the XL motors. The back has two XL motors to drive and it has one M motor for steering, the shaft that you can see is the steering shaft. The reason it is so steep is to eliminate sway from the steering torque.

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