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Thread: Wrencher's Bomber build.

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    Default Wrencher's Bomber build.

    Look what Santa brought me this year. Just what I always wanted.


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    Nice work, Santa
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    Very nice! What are you going to do with it? Some kind of nice rockbouncer, or Baja trophy truck? Or just build and bash. I bought one, too and I'm going to do one of those three options, too. Lets see how they come out! Regards Jens
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    Subscribed. Can't wait to see what you do with this kit.

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    Going to be keeping an eye on this!!! Curious to see what you do with it Chris.


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    I started into this build. I have a few ideas for what I want to do with this rig. will keep the over all theme to myself just a little longer. still working a few things out. I did get the chassis mostly sorted. I went with some RC4WD aluminum housings. mostly because I wanted a centered rear diff pumpkin. for some reason an offset pumpkin on back seems odd to me. The front came with C's but I added a set of SSD knuckles. They raise the tie rod up a bit for a bit better clearance. Also added an SSD front diff cover and ballistic fab rear one.





    I did want to make this a bit more scale and detailed than the stock kit. The fuel tank got a coat of red paint and will get detailed more as I go. I also painted the shock reservoirs on front and cut out the grilles. Then I added some nice aluminum mesh I had here. Then on to fixing up an interior. I really liked the shape of the top of dash so I cut it made my new one fit under it best I could. The drivers side is blocked by motor and trans but will do my best to make it look like a decent interior.








    Thanks for looking lots more to come.

    Chris

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    I like your santa better than mine! Mine got me roofracks. For my wifes car..

    It's already looking awesome Sir! That interior is infinitely better than the lexan stocker.
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    Looks great, love what you've done with the interior!

    I did not have your patience and used a Wraith transmission and full interior in mine.

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    Thanks guys. I really wanted to add a bit of scale and the stock interior just wasn't doing it for me. I was really debating which way I wanted to go with the theme of this build. this is the one I wanted to do the most but I was unsure if it would look good or not. I am at a point now where I am very happy with it so it is time to share some pics. I have a ton more little details to do but wanted to show you guys what I have done so far. It is a military them but instead of the usual stars and stuff I kept with an axial theme.














    Thanks for looking guys.

    Chris

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    That is absolutely stunning!!! Great job Chris and totally unique!!! Can't wait to see it in person


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