Type: Posts; User: pardonmyn00b
I like the topless look
Leaf springs are fun. An upgraded transfer case skid isn't a bad idea. With some creativity you can attach your transfer case to the electronics plate and tuck it up nicely. I'd recommend metal drive...
Inner fenders made and installed.
It will get dressed up with tons of RC4WD goodies....
I've been working on this but have little to show. I wanted to make the molding separate from the body to make painting and attaching it easier. Each trim piece got a few studs and the body was...
Might need to recalibrate your ESC with your transmitter. Check your endpoints on your radio too
Thanking you I am.
Sand, fill, prime, repeat. Getting there! I had the Suburban pose for some pictures with the K10...
Those tires are beefy. I dig the way it looks but would be even cooler if you could lift it a bit more. Lift blocks?
Long Chevy 4 Lyfe!
Another weirdly warm winter day. Another mud video with the Cruiser.
Ok, so I was able to get the body mounted with some bits from the GCM shapeways store. It was almost too easy.
I ended up buying some Boom Racing V2 Scale Phat Axles and I'm going to run them upside down to keep the bumpkin on the right side.
They are both great. I've have/had many of each. Pretty much depends on what body you like more. Personally I'd chose the G2. I have one that's been jumped, rolled, submarined and comped with no...
I like this truck
Oh that's pink! I love it
Looks good. And nice yellow door.
Love the color choice
Thanks guys. I'm really into long wheelbase builds. Such a challenge to drive.
I cut a piece of styrene and clamped all my clamps to the roof. Actually I have about another 20 clamps. As the old...
I cut up the remaining scraps from the body and melted them with MEK. I then smeared it on in the cracks and low spots.
New year, new horribly mutilated body... or two.
Big fan of the square body Suburbans. As soon as RC4WD came out with the Blazer body I have been thinking about building one. But I didn't know...
I like the wheel mod. Makes them easier to keep together.
You may need to recalibrate your ESC and the throttle positions.
Sorry you didn't get an immediate response for someone.
They are called limb risers. Check out the jewelry making section of the craft store. You'll be able to find some braided metal "cable" and some doodads to attach them to the truck.
Should have the parts out by the end of this week. Had to wait on an order of styrene