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Chassis Clearance

Just going to ask about this one in a new thread. How high off the ground do you expect most robots will be? Because most other competitions, they are as low as possible, but this competition involves robots possibly lifting from underneath your robot. Any comments? Maybe even how high your robot will be??
 


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