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Old 09-29-2020, 07:48 PM   #21
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Looking good, man.
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Old 09-30-2020, 07:34 AM   #22
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Always enjoy your builds, there are lot of interesting and creative tricks going on...
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Flat black window accents are complete! I did the front cowl but that's not as exciting. When I looked at this photo I asked myself why I didn't fill those spare tires holes. Figure I'll have to get a spare now. Doh!

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The rear hinge has received some love. Added two inner sections and increased the thickness everywhere by 1mm. New design is very stout.

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Old 10-01-2020, 07:37 PM   #25
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Wheels and tires have been updated. I REALLY REALLY want to be able to flex and tuck tires with minimal rubbing. So I finally got a set of the 1.55 narrow hubs from RC4WD. These supposedly have issues due to the lack of threading near the pin on Axial ends. So I'll have to stack washers, use a die and cut threads, or even try scale hubs.

Added LURC scale acorns too.

Narrow hubs + narrow AR44s should really give you a sense of how small this body actually is.

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The Gear Head roof rack is mounted! Threw the wheels and tires on for some poser pics. The stance on this thing is phenomenal. I absolutely love it.

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Small parts order this evening.

RC4WD scale front hubs
RC4WD scale tool
LURC scale rear hubs
LURC scale tool
Universal Light kit

Some plans for this week:

1) wire up electronics
2) pickup Mopar clear coat touch up can
3) paint section under the bumper with Tamiya Black Rubber
4) design rear light buckets for brake light/marker
5) dremel out taillight
6) cut down axles to accommodate scale hubs (there is a TON of extra thread because of the narrow hubs


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Man, I should have just checked here to see that sweet trans mount! Looking good man!

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Right on, bro!
This looks amazing. I love it.
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Small update.

So I wasn't into the chrome look. While I did order the below grill from Poland I wanted to black out mine and paint that inner section. FYI the Poland unit has the dual headlights and the Tamiya has single.



So onto the stripping!



Test sample.


The grill. I also did the rear bumper.

Before:


After. Remember that inner section will equally end up body matched blue.


And some much needed poser shots.

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Freakin' beautiful!
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That is sweet! Awesome job on the custom fab work. Wheels and tires look like they were made for this body.

Back in the day, when I was still in the Air Force, I had a fellow instructor with a DD Amigo in that same color. His had a soft top on the rear and the OEM Aluminum rims. Always thought it was cool, cause you didn't see very many Amigo's still running, lol.
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Nice work!!
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