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Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 15:19

Anyone seen these similar ( flat type )PVC protective cable cover for construction use? They were approx. 3 feet long each and sold in packs of 25 pcs around $40.00. They have interlocking ends so can be joined in long lengths...also can form curve, idea for track markings.





If found the source we all share the costs. I think about 50 pcs will be good for the super megacourt, and about $8.00 for each person if have 10 pax for joint venture. Any comments?
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Post by boolean21 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 15:25

i'm in!

let's hunt for where to buy!
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Re: PVC track markers

Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 15:31

boolean21 wrote:i'm in!

let's hunt for where to buy!
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Post by boolean21 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 15:40

marpek... look for the source of the markers first....

got ready sponsors for the markers if not too ex... Very Happy
bbb..!

see where cheaper!

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Re: PVC track markers

Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 15:52

Sure bro...
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Post by Teck on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 16:07

I only got 1 questions buy liao who keep I'm in as long I not the 1 keeping it Very Happy
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Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 16:08

Track layout suggestion...

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Post by boolean21 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 16:11

Teck wrote:I only got 1 questions buy liao who keep I'm in as long I not the 1 keeping it Very Happy
1metre length still easy to keep... Very Happy

boss drive big car can easily keep hor... Very Happy
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Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 16:15

boolean21 wrote:
Teck wrote:I only got 1 questions buy liao who keep I'm in as long I not the 1 keeping it Very Happy
1metre length still easy to keep... Very Happy

boss drive big car can easily keep hor... Very Happy
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Boss teck pointed outa good question and answer too! Last time me and my friends used those as track markers. Now lost contacts so have to hunt again. We got around 50 pcs( flat and light type ) and can put in saloon car boot no problem...your big car car peanuts liao! Razz
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Post by oceanic on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 17:08

Marpek wrote:
boolean21 wrote:i'm in!

let's hunt for where to buy!
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Re: PVC track markers

Post by coldman28 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 19:24

oceanic wrote:
Marpek wrote:
boolean21 wrote:i'm in!

let's hunt for where to buy!
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Post by Harakiri on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 19:50

I in n i will fo the storage Very Happy
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Post by speedstream on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 19:58

count me in.
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Post by boolean21 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 19:59

Marpek wrote:
boolean21 wrote:i'm in!

let's hunt for where to buy!
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Post by laneboysrc on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 20:13

Marpek wrote:
boolean21 wrote:i'm in!

let's hunt for where to buy!
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8. LANE Boys RC
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Re: PVC track markers

Post by RTECH on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:10

Redhill DM have been using it for drifting. Quite heavy to carry if there are a lot. I never ask them where they got it. Still need to tape it to the ground to prevent it from shifting.


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Post by boolean21 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:15

RTECH wrote:Redhill DM have been using it for drifting. Quite heavy to carry if there are a lot. I never ask them where they got it. Still need to tape it to the ground to prevent it from shifting.

Master rtech... can help to check with your DM kakis?

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Post by RTECH on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:21

boolean21 wrote:
RTECH wrote:Redhill DM have been using it for drifting. Quite heavy to carry if there are a lot. I never ask them where they got it. Still need to tape it to the ground to prevent it from shifting.

Master rtech... can help to check with your DM kakis?

Yes my master, Just ask my friend he said another guy got it but dunno where. I will ask that guy the next dm cause dun have his contact.
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Post by boolean21 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:27

RTECH wrote:
boolean21 wrote:
RTECH wrote:Redhill DM have been using it for drifting. Quite heavy to carry if there are a lot. I never ask them where they got it. Still need to tape it to the ground to prevent it from shifting.

Master rtech... can help to check with your DM kakis?

Yes my master, Just ask my friend he said another guy got it but dunno where. I will ask that guy the next dm cause dun have his contact.

Thanks master!

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Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:28

RTECH wrote:Redhill DM have been using it for drifting. Quite heavy to carry if there are a lot. I never ask them where they got it. Still need to tape it to the ground to prevent it from shifting.

This one looks great...but different from what we used last time which is a flat strip and not that heavy. But still good to compare. Tmr will ask my contractor and believed he know where to get and prices to compare with the redhill one...
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Re: PVC track markers

Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:47

Since theres quite a no of supporters and anticipations, was exploring another more expensive option whereby using carpet grass. Can ask around those landscape contractors to cut into custom strips and curves like those tracks in train sets. But this confirmed heavy and expensive!!!
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Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:50

A simple mini z track layout.

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Post by boolean21 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:51

Marpek wrote:Since theres quite a no of supporters and anticipations, was exploring another more expensive option whereby using carpet grass. Can ask around those landscape contractors to cut into custom strips and curves like those tracks in train sets. But this confirmed heavy and expensive!!!

I think it is good that the material shd be easily kept and transported... dont want it to end up as a burden for anyone... Smile


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Post by Marpek on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 21:54

boolean21 wrote:
Marpek wrote:Since theres quite a no of supporters and anticipations, was exploring another more expensive option whereby using carpet grass. Can ask around those landscape contractors to cut into custom strips and curves like those tracks in train sets. But this confirmed heavy and expensive!!!

I think it is good that the material shd be easily kept and transported... dont want it to end up as a burden for anyone... Smile

Haha...noted boss, we stick with the pvc.


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Post by boolean21 on Sun 17 Feb 2013 - 23:32

Marpek wrote:
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Marpek wrote:Since theres quite a no of supporters and anticipations, was exploring another more expensive option whereby using carpet grass. Can ask around those landscape contractors to cut into custom strips and curves like those tracks in train sets. But this confirmed heavy and expensive!!!

I think it is good that the material shd be easily kept and transported... dont want it to end up as a burden for anyone... Smile

Haha...noted banglaboo, we stick with the pvc.

Yes sir! We see how man! Very Happy
Looking forward to see the track!

Sure more shiok than today!

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Post by RCGolf on Mon 18 Feb 2013 - 0:00

Swee! Let's lists down interested parties for supporting;

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Post by RCGolf on Mon 18 Feb 2013 - 11:28

Marpek wrote:Anyone seen these similar ( flat type )PVC protective cable cover for construction use? They were approx. 3 feet long each and sold in packs of 25 pcs around $40.00. They have interlocking ends so can be joined in long lengths...also can form curve, idea for track markings.





If found the source we all share the costs. I think about 50 pcs will be good for the super megacourt, and about $8.00 for each person if have 10 pax for joint venture. Any comments?

Hi all,

Found that those PVC thingies are called cable slabs. Typically used to protect underground cables. Can google Cable Slab for more info. Suspect they may not be avail from the usual hardware stalls and may need to get from cable conduits specialist suppliers. Will try to find out more if I can.
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Post by boolean21 on Mon 18 Feb 2013 - 11:47

thanks for the info rcgolf!

will see if can find any suppliers..

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Post by Marpek on Mon 18 Feb 2013 - 16:47

RCGolf wrote:
Marpek wrote:Anyone seen these similar ( flat type )PVC protective cable cover for construction use? They were approx. 3 feet long each and sold in packs of 25 pcs around $40.00. They have interlocking ends so can be joined in long lengths...also can form curve, idea for track markings.





If found the source we all share the costs. I think about 50 pcs will be good for the super megacourt, and about $8.00 for each person if have 10 pax for joint venture. Any comments?

Hi all,

Found that those PVC thingies are called cable slabs. Typically used to protect underground cables. Can google Cable Slab for more info. Suspect they may not be avail from the usual hardware stalls and may need to get from cable conduits specialist suppliers. Will try to find out more if I can.

Yep, thats wat its called cable slab...thanks bro. Contact my supplier and he will get back to me tmr as hes overseas. Huat Lah!!!
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