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  1. #21
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    Been super busy with final exams and such but my 3D printer came and I've been engineering a few scale parts of my own

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    Wow A snow plow. Didn't see that coming.

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    I've had way too much time to think of new additions for it. This truck is going to be the guinea pig for an array of 3d printed ideas until I start a k10 build on a cmax or gelande lwb chassis.

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    Oh ok. Glad to see you're back on this build.

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    Also working on a gcm interior/floor for it. Once it's mastered I'll probably produce them, that'd be a good addition to that sweet crew cab you're building

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    Went back to the drawing board on my dually. Will be updating soon. I'm planning on scratch building the interior. With full front and rear seats and a roll cage. I'll love to see what you come up with tho.

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    First version of the floor/firewall, body lift mounts and winch set up. Also made a prototype of inner fenders and a scale battery. More to come

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  8. #28
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    I see you've been having lot of fun with the 3d printer. Great parts.

    What kind of lipo are you running? Trying to figure out what to get for my rig.

  9. #29
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    It's pretty good, I have done all my test and tune on the first charge. My only complaint is the size because I can't hide it anywhere very easily.

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    Could you 3d print a rear seat and fit the battery under it? Or is it just to big for that?

    The gas tank for the crew cab Chevy is on the side of the frame. I'm thinking of make one and hiding the battery in there.

  11. #31
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    It's a touch too big to fit between the wheel wells otherwise I would definitely do that. I'm considering getting a smaller battery in the future. The GCM guys on YouTube are geniuses when it comes to hiding electronics.

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  12. #32
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    I'm going to have to check out their YouTube channel to get some ideas on where to hide mine. Didn't they come out with a little hinged compartment to hide it under the floor so it can be easily assessed? Maybe that'll work for you. Or maybe it's something you can make yourself.

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