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Scale 1.55's Scale trucks that use 1.55" fitting tires and similar. Approx 1/10th scalers with wheels smaller than 1.9".


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Old 03-22-2020, 08:19 AM
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Oh, I may be heating up eye-lets and roll leafs a little shorter for length.

Limit the articulation even more haaaaaaa
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Old 03-24-2020, 04:10 PM
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Well.....
Bumber… The rc4wd chassis was a complete and udder fail.
Long story short after much cussing pondering and cussing some more.

I brought the Sawback chassis out of the parts bin and now have a different direction on the rough goings.
So far articulation is way better but theirs tons left to do and make work.
This is getting out of control for just wanting narrow axles that look correct.

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On to the pics. Last photo shows the little rollers..its going to need them
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Old 03-28-2020, 09:40 AM
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Things finally fell in place on the little buggar.
Lots to button up and do but enjoy and thanks for looking.
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Wow! It gotts a Hemi!!

Way to go Ron! Shoe-horning that Hemi into that small a space, had to be fun.
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Wow! It gotts a Hemi!!

Way to go Ron! Shoe-horning that Hemi into that small a space, had to be fun.

Thanks willez.
I wondered what the motor was supposed to be that comes in the sawback.
We'll just call it the Hell Cat upgrade too. 1000 hp
Ole willy has a sleeper no doubts....ahahhahaaa
Time to order a bunch of chickens for the back bed details.
I'll be making a chicken coop thingy to hide the battery in bed is my thoughts.
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geeeesh
Tiny chickens for tiny trucks are not cheap

Chickens are ordered...
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Tiny details and the first of many chicken cooops.
Mmmmm chicken.
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That's awesome Ron...
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Way awesome Ron! I don't think those chickens would fit any other vehicle better. BTW.. that saw is great as well!
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Those chickens aren't going to last long in that v8 Willys! I'll take my eggs scrambled amigo!

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That's looking awesome!

The little Willys truck you'd expect like a Go-devil or Dauntless engine in, has a chevy LS

Digging the chickens, bucksaw, and lumber pile. Does that make the truck now a Chicken Coupe?
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Thanks guys for the awesome comments.
Ive been pulling my hair out trying to stay logged in on this site to even comment on a thread.
Super frustrating.
Think we have things fixed now...."crossing fingers"

Current doings on the willys.
Ran it 3 times now on new back yard course....
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Flipped axles back under leafs.
Changed to MTZ's and a little paint to hide all the chrome.
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Hey Ron! Very nice looking Jeep, awesome work. Rusty chassis looks nice under there too!
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Hey Ron! Very nice looking Jeep, awesome work. Rusty chassis looks nice under there too!
Thanks my friend.
It's a hoot to drive again.
Very challenging to say the least.
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