Dogbone Restraint System

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I was motivated to move this from an "idea" to an "action".
Motivation from @Rdub 's recent dead-in-the-water hit, plus my own memory of "Where's Waldo", searching for a dogbone on a grassy field.
In the pic, the tie-straps may appear to be cinched tight, but they are not.
With wheels propped in the air for a simple test, there was no noticeable drag.
I can't remember where I first heard/read about this, let me know if you posted it here, so I can give credit.

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I was motivated to move this from an "idea" to an "action".
Motivation from @Rdub 's recent dead-in-the-water hit, plus my own memory of "Where's Waldo", searching for a dogbone on a grassy field.
In the pic, the tie-straps may appear to be cinched tight, but they are not.
With wheels propped in the air for a simple test, there was no noticeable drag.
I can't remember where I first heard/read about this, let me know if you posted it here, so I can give credit.

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Such a simple, yet most likely effective solution!!
Great post. TY
 

Steve

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Hi

Do you have the Raider Mega or the Raider XL?

The is is shown on a Vorteks BLS that's been piece by piece mod'ed to a BLX.
My Raider is a Mega, 1/10, upgraded to brushless.
 
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