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Old 02-02-2012, 03:05 PM
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Can we start an REC request thread for the Bruiser Re Release ?

I'll take anything you can think of with all those great products you've had already !
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First request!
Better looking/scale side mirrors!

Ugh, the kit ones are horrible!
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Chris how about that Dash you were going to do?

Perfect opportunity now
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12mm hex adapter so we can change wheels..
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Chris, you know I'm on board.

Bring it on.
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X2 on the hex adaptors + i would like some nicer bumpers + some wheels basically I'll give you my bank account or a kidney, perhaps you'd like the wife you can have her
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X2 on the hex adaptors + i would like some nicer bumpers + some wheels basically I'll give you my bank account or a kidney, perhaps you'd like the wife you can have her
x3 on some 12mm hex friendly hardware. Perhaps new rear axles would do the trick. 4mm thread with a through hole for the roll pin and the diff lock. A set of axles that would then use a standard 12mm wheel hex. Something along the lines of the Pajero?? On the front, maybe you could just run a TL-01 stub axle. Then you would just need a sleeve to run an 8x5mm bearing on the outside of the steering hub. You could make the new rear axle width match the front while you were at it. Just ... Maybe there is enough material on the rear axle to just cut it drill it and make new 4mm threads???











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Any thoughts on products for the bruiser re re ?

I'm trying to stash cash for too many projects.

REC is always on the priority list of course .

My #1 choice: something to even out the axle width !
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Chris I took some pics of the hubs and I think it would be easy to CNC some ones with hexes on them. And at the same time even up the width.

I'll get them posted.
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Any hope of some wheels i'd love some rec wheels!!
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I think hex wheels would be the number one request.
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Bruiser parts are definitely on the list, I just need you chaps to do what you're doing: Letting me know what's needed! Stuff looks good so far, I really like the pics & instructions so I know what I'm looking at. Just finishing my last project, and been draggin' butt: Looking to get MOVING on some stuff, maybe this is it? Chris
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Hex adapter for me also
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I'll take a Hex Adaptor too please!
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Hate to say it gents, but since the news about the Bruiser came out, I've commited myself to projects for other vehicles, so will likely not be doing any 'mechanical' Bruiser parts. Maybe a dash overlay or bed kit, but stuff like the hex adapters is unlikely. Sorry Mates, I can't do everything! Chris REC
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