Have you ever wished you could extend your RC Season? Well, I am telling you that you can with the RC Snow Ski. If You have a 2WD Traxxas 1/10 vehicle and want to have some fun during the winter, what can you do? You can take any 2WD Traxxas vehicle to a whole new level of winter fun.
RC Snow Driving Fun
If you are like me then, Waiting for summer to return is not an option. I love to drive my RCs in the winter time having fun in the snow. The T-bone Racing (TBR) Snow Skis will fit on to any 2wd 1/10 scale Traxxas vehicle. These RC Snow Skis will make it possible to steer through the snow up to a few inches.
Now you need better traction for the rear of the vehicle. How about a set of Pro-Line Sand Paw Paddle tires? The Sand Paw Paddle tires do a great job at providing traction to get your RC moving in the snow. With the sand paws, after winters over they make a great mud or sand tire. Get Proline sand paws here!
Maybe the paddle tires aren’t for you? Ok, No Problem! You can go one step farther and put on a set of Integy Snow Tracks for an ultimate RC Snow vehicle. You can get the Integy Snow Tracks Here!
TBR RC Snow Skis Driving Tips:
To get the best snow driving fun, I recommend using TBR Snow Skis in light snow up to 4 inches or on hard packed snow. Because the 1/10 2WD cars are very lightweight, especially in the front end, so they do not drive well in deeper, wet snow.
TBR Snow Ski Features:
- Adjustable steering fins so you can have a flat bottomed ski or extend the fins for phenomenal steering in powder snow.
- Double the surface area and increased the front ski angles to keep your car from sinking or digging into snow or sand.
- Updated the Pivot Blocks to correct the Ski Camber and give better steering clearance.
- One set of TBR Snow Skis
- Lifetime Warranty
- Traxxas Rustler
- Traxxas Bandit
- Traxxas Slash 2WD
- Traxxas Stampede 2WD
- Traxxas Monster Jam MT
2 thoughts on “RC Snow Ski”
The 2wd RC trucks don’t like to go through the snow. I have put skis on the front and sand paws on the back and it still gets stuck. is there anything i can do to make my rc run better in the snow?
The 2wd RC’s don’t run in snow as well as 4×4 do. However, the snow needs to be hard packed or only a inch or two for the RC to go through it. You can also try a set of Integy snowmobile tracks on the rear.