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Old 04-06-2009, 03:10 AM
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Post FJ40 aoshima @ Bruiser Chassis

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After sometime learn from you all, I just want to say thanks with sharing my latest build Fj40 Aoshima @ Bruiser chassis.Is not easy for me to communicate in English, so sorry for any misplacement some words .

This is a simple build and trying just a little modification on the vintage bruiser chassis.
I start with measure the wheelbase, cut the rear chassis, cut the back grille, make a body mounting, bumper/bracket and acessories, etc and hope next pictures will help me to explain the detail…enjoy, thks for the space...

PS : I am not sure this should be in large scale thread or 2.2 , I prefer to posting here
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Nice work so far. That body makes for a fantastic scale build Are they available again?

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Old 04-06-2009, 05:39 AM
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Hey...fellow Indonesian.... welcome aboard. I have seen your camel landy on you tube too.

Great job.

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good work so far

love the high detail body - does that come as a static kit?

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Default working winch and bumper


already made some working winch before, I prefer to use the red one...more eye catching and the drum size fit with roller..,
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Default beadlock wheels modification

Time to do modification for my scale beadlock wheels to fit with bruiser axle (no modification on bruiser axle !!!!).
Originally is 12mm Hex mount, drill and lathe to fit with brass bushing, and
Center cup used as locker.
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Very impresive
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Nice work so far. That body makes for a fantastic scale build Are they available again?

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Thanks, I am not sure but heard some local hobby shop here have it. I have it sometime ago

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Hey...fellow Indonesian.... welcome aboard. I have seen your camel landy on you tube too.

Great job.

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Thanks for visiting my tube hope you enjoy

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good work so far

love the high detail body - does that come as a static kit?

Yup 100% agreed this aoshima very detail hard body..., no this 1/8 Aoshima are full RC toys even already 4 ws, but I only buy the body since all electronics, chassis and tires not scale anymore


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awesome!!

great talent for those homemade parts

you allready have rear offset? (the stock rear axle is wider than the front one!)

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Default servo mounting and chassis view

Servo mounting installed. One for steering and one for 3 speed.
Still waiting the High torque servo for steering.
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awesome!!

great talent for those homemade parts

you allready have rear offset? (the stock rear axle is wider than the front one!)

Guillaume
Hi Thanks for nice words.
Fyi, correction and aligment already on the wheels...again no modification/correction on the axle...
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Old 04-06-2009, 11:53 AM
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Default Fitting the body

no velcro at this time, just want to make sure the WB and body mounting is in place
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very nice work
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Wow!!! great looking rig..
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very nice looking truck. Love the wheels and the modifications.

I can't wait to see what you do with the wrangler body sitting on the chairs...

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