Robot Tracks

FYI, for those looking for robot tracks - these look pretty nice:
    http://www.botsandbytes.com/mechanical/tracks.htm
I haven't tried them myself, but they are on my short list of things to get.
Cheers, -Brian
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Also check out the treaded bases for $65 at www.polydroids.com
-Kip

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For small tracks (these fit in micro-sumo specs) check out...
http://home.pacbell.net/jkkroll/turbo5.jpg
and
http://home.pacbell.net/jkkroll/front.jpg
http://home.pacbell.net/jkkroll/side.jpg
For size comparison, the large drive wheel is .75" dia, the small ones are .45" dia. (BTW I got the molding process figured out now and I don't have those defects in the urethane anymore...)
I am considering offering kits. If anyone is interested contact me at protaganistusATyahooDOTcom . The more response I get, the faster I'll get to work on the project, so drop me a line if you are even remotely interested.
Jeff Kroll http://home.pacbell.net/jkkroll
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