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Hotwheel Track Connector

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Hotwheel Track Connector by indusMaker Nov 19, 2012
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I have two hotwheel track toys one with single loop and one with straight track with uphill connector at the end. There was no connector to connect the two tracks but kids wanted to connect them some how.

The connector design was derived from other hotwheel connectors.

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My son never has enough of these.

sketuchup file upload as requested, feel free to modify as per your needs.

Is it possible to share the source file for this, or lengthen the connector? I'd like to make this a little longer, as it seems to pull apart too easily.

Actually I had a track that used one of these on a two lane race track. Each straight away was a two piece straight track, with a large plastic banked turn at each end. These pieces were always getting lost and then the taping of track which never worked right. Thanks.

 I had a knockoff track that must have been from the same factory that hotwheels were made in because it was exactly the same.  And this track included all these flat connectors.

My problem was never losing them but building tracks out my window and breaking them from weight strain. Hah!

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