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Old 05-22-2014, 04:04 PM
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Hi.
the alloy drives came from spain (MARGOM I think) and they are for bruder tracks. they work great they cost 40 euro for the pair.
also seen a few sets on german ebay.
Just spent 3 hrs uploading a short video to photobucket and in the last 5mins and it said upload failed
so will need to try again
all the best
dave
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Oh, Magom from Spain.. i thought he was out of the drive sprockets i guess he did have more made. Thanks.
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Old 05-22-2014, 11:33 PM
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hi Smallhaul
just had a look on Magom website and he has 3 types listed.
6mm shaft, 4mm shaft and servo horn.
I used the servo horn ones.
all the best
dave
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Old 05-23-2014, 02:39 PM
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Liking this alot.
Amazing what can be converted into something very useful.
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Hi elvis65
I am new to scale 4x4 rc but I think I really want to learn the hobby well. I have a JD 650J diecast dozer (the one with a ripper) that I want to convert very much as you did yours. I am very new to this hobby with little experience. Would you PLEASE send any pics or ANY technical information on how you did yours to me at [email protected]? What size was the servo support plate you made? What brand and size were the servos? I plan to use CTI actuators for blade movement and ripper functions. What size was the area cut away for servos? PLEASE send any and ALL information you can to me and I will post photographs of the build in progress. Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon!

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Old 09-04-2017, 07:15 AM
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I know this thread is over a year old with no updates, but I can't help but ask if you've finished the project by now? If so do you have pics for us?
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Old 09-04-2017, 12:52 PM
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hi there.
yes all finished but a friend wanted the model in a trade so was sold on. the model is still running at shows but I don't do a lot with the models or shows anymore. work always gets in the way.
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Hi all.
seems a long time since I have been on the site.
just a little update on the ertl dozer. That one was sold a good while ago now and always wished I had not parted with the model.
I have just got hold of another one from the U.S.A so going to start a new build, will make a few changes this time. The original is still running and the owner is fitting Veroma tracks to it. so the next one will be done on the same lines. It's still running after 5 years so was made well the first time and the old bruder tracks are still on it. The metal track I bought never seemed to work well, made of brass and just too much for small motors.
will get some pictures with the old model when I start this one.
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Old 01-29-2019, 11:38 AM
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I have just sent you an email about the model you sold. Please send me any information, pictures, OR ANY AND ALL INFO you want to regarding this model. Also the CTI LINEAR ACTUATORS will work on this model for blade up/down and left/right movements. The actuators are smaller than they used to be. You can view the CTI dozer that they build and sell in 1:16 scale. It appears that the mounts and movements are almost identical. Again please share all the information you want to as I have to build from a wheelchair and with few tools. Thank you so much in advance for your assistance. Joe we
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hi.
will post some pictures.
I have a cti dozer and its a fair bit bigger than the ertl model.
will send you the info when I have it.
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Dave
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