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Old 12-04-2010, 11:22 PM   #101
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this is the one i styled it after



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Old 12-04-2010, 11:26 PM   #102
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it was styled after a 1:1 taco , if thats yours im jealous
This one that for sale ?

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Old 12-19-2010, 01:05 AM   #103
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Totally awesome day at the scale comp today....



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Old 12-19-2010, 01:31 AM   #104
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Looks like cold,muddy,snowy fun!
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Old 12-19-2010, 07:02 PM   #105
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Man your rig looks good BuuuuuuuuttttT it ain't a truggy.
A truggy' don't have frame rails behind the cab .
truck + tube bed = truck with tube bed
truck + buggy = truggy
It is simple math .
I agree with Badd, it's a bad ass truck but was looking for a F150 and didn't see it, ain't that the F100 Proline body?
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Old 12-19-2010, 09:58 PM   #106
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So after having a killer time racking up as many points i could possibly stand at my first scale comp I decided some changes were in order. Lower COG first and foremost. I was really debating to just start over because I did not want to mess up what I thought was a killer looking rig. So out came the cut off wheel and I guess this is the next stage.

8.196 Lbs after the comp and river water soaked foams.


I stripped out my stock axial trans just before the comp and within five minutes of bashing in the back yard the day after the comp so I invested in a aluminum case and robinson metal gears. But I was having a hard time with the crazy heavy hardened output gear. So I chucked it in my Mill and ground through the hardening then drilled it, too bad it hides away inside a case.





Oh a fresh 35t integy hand wind. which i am diggin



Cut the front fender tubes, fabbed front shock mounting, new zero ackerman zero bumpsteer steering, the hand brothers axle mount is still there. but i raised the servo so the axle could sit closer to the framerails.








and this upper cage with its single screw has worked excellent holding the body. Although now ill have to do something for the bedsides and probably the hood also.












And this one is for Badd "the truggy buster" bwahaha


The steering is metal plates attached to vanquish high steer knuckles. I decided to build the zero ackerman into the front actuated rear tie rod plates.


Well any way thats where it is at now...
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I agree with Badd, it's a bad ass truck but was looking for a F150 and didn't see it, ain't that the F100 Proline body?
Its Been a while since Badd Busted Me on the whole "truggy" thing. I cut those rear rails out a while ago.
Yeah its the F100 body...

And remember these pics are from quite while ago if you want to start telling me that it doesnt have a summit trans and a 13.5turn tekin brushless setup...
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Old 12-20-2010, 12:32 PM   #107
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Its Been a while since Badd Busted Me on the whole "truggy" thing. I cut those rear rails out a while ago.
Yeah its the F100 body...

And remember these pics are from quite while ago if you want to start telling me that it doesnt have a summit trans and a 13.5turn tekin brushless setup...
I don't see a summit trans or 13.5t tekin system.
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Old 12-20-2010, 01:08 PM   #108
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I don't see a summit trans or 13.5t tekin system.

I knew some one would do it......
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Old 12-22-2010, 10:50 AM   #109
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Excellent F100/F150/brushed truck/brushless truggy build


what kind of rod ends are you using?

are the output shafts on the summit tranny 5 mm?

Looks like I have to start collecting new parts...
I am really digging the 2sp brushless setups
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Old 12-22-2010, 04:52 PM   #110
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i still dont understand how you get the body off....

Nice looking rig though. It's looking like a beast! Soon i'll be getting 1.9 rok lox. I wish i could fit 2.2's on mine....
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Old 12-22-2010, 10:06 PM   #111
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I knew some one would do it......
13.5 tekin rs

dr side mount, trans rotated to lower cg

pass side mount


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Excellent F100/F150/brushed truck/brushless truggy build


what kind of rod ends are you using?

are the output shafts on the summit tranny 5 mm?

Looks like I have to start collecting new parts...
I am really digging the 2sp brushless setups
Thanks, the rod ends are revo.
I have enjoyed this truck enough to recomend it to anyone. lots of work=lots of fun! Oh and the outputs are 6mm and the mip cvd end that fits it is part #8137
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i still dont understand how you get the body off....

Nice looking rig though. It's looking like a beast! Soon i'll be getting 1.9 rok lox. I wish i could fit 2.2's on mine....
The body is retained by the removable upper cage. the rockers tuck into the rock rails then you run one fastener to hold it all together.

no cage

cage


some other details

winch drum

splash panels held on with 2mm screws

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Old 12-23-2010, 11:21 AM   #112
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That thing looks like a beast, and it'll will go through anything that gets in it way

Great build
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Where did you get your winch line ?

Still can't enough of this rig!
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this is one sick tank you have there
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Old 01-02-2011, 10:06 PM   #115
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Where did you get your winch line ?

Still can't enough of this rig!
The winch line is 80lbs test "dacron" from the local anglers inn. Im trying to find it online. its not expensive it is definalty strong enough, and looks scale. Only drawback is it does abraid on the rocks if it gets smashed by the tubing. Ive added zip ties around the bumpers so it doesn't see that abuse
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The winch line is 80lbs test "dacron" from the local anglers inn. Im trying to find it online. its not expensive it is definalty strong enough, and looks scale. Only drawback is it does abraid on the rocks if it gets smashed by the tubing. Ive added zip ties around the bumpers so it doesn't see that abuse
I been trying to find that "salt and pepper'' ''dacron'' online but had no luck.
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Old 01-02-2011, 10:14 PM   #117
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looks like a trip to cabellas would be fun
they have this line and others
http://www.cabelas.com/product/Fishi...9680|104612580
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Old 03-17-2011, 11:31 PM   #119
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Default 3r aluminum axles and 2250 8t

Finally gotten through some 1:1 cars/shows, and have some time to play/work on toys. Last scale comp i made it to i trashed another axial plastic housing, So I called the partners in crime at Tammies hobbies and ordered up some of the 3r aluminum housings, worked them up and have gotten the front one installed. Also bolted the 8t motor in, need to wire it up. All these parts are going to end up in the "too much thinking TTC" rig, but might as well test and drive till that thing gets completed. I Signed up for the scale nats so that is definitely some motivation.










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Old 03-17-2011, 11:40 PM   #120
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WOW the new axle should hold up ....

My boy always talks about the time u used some winch line to fix your broken axle on that fun run ...
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