MT handle anyone have one?

Bigger the Better

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I thought of this a while ago but I'm thinking of it more now that Chop is making parts (LOL) for the MT. Anyone have one of these? Sure would be nice to carry it around.:cool2:
 

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veron

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cool i do believe 'monster ideas' in the u.k has been machined a alloy carry handle for the mt for well over 2 years
 

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imo, it looks bulky and adds weight, I use my wheelie wheel to carry it around and when im out, i always have a 3 foot bungy cord with me, if it runs out of gas or stauls for some reason i just hook up the front a-arm and carry it around like a puppy :)
 

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from what i believe its not heavy at all, i did some work for 'monster ideas' site and from the stats i can remember its actually very light and functional. you can order them from simon at www.sbracing.co.uk
 

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Thats a great idea.
I could've used one yesterday after my MT stripped the gear and I had to walk about 150 yards back to my truck.
 

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Yup, the bungee cord is great. If you're with a few guys you can also tow the other guy. It's happened a few times when we were out. Funny thing is seeing all the dirt or mud fly on the towed turck/buggy.:clown:
 

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Yup, the bungee cord is great. If you're with a few guys you can also tow the other guy. It's happened a few times when we were out. Funny thing is seeing all the dirt or mud fly on the towed turck/buggy.:clown:

yup,last summer 2 revos on one end and my fg on the other end.... guess who towed who :clown:
 

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OMG that handle is freaking huge. I don't have any type of handle, I just pick mine up by the front shock tower.



-Michael
 

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I know it doesn't really apply to this thread, but I have a standard 6.0v hump pack (like what is in an 1/8 scale buggy) just in case the, "Main pack" dies. If the sub-c pack dumps, I don't have to carry it! I can just switch the pack leads...

..Trip
 
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