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Thread: ::KJ's:: F-100 Ford Shop Truck

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    Thanks guys, I'm pretty happy with them.
    Just snapping a few pics with them under the truck, they look even better

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    Some pics (still have to mess with ride height and body mounts...interior's next.

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    Last edited by UNGLEWD; 11-02-2013 at 03:34 PM.

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    awesome job on the wheels Kev those are sweet ......man you make it look so easy but we all know stuff like that takes some thought and a lot of work .......your awesome

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    Your the genius, that looks great!!

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    You guys are to kind, a little planning goes a long way.

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    I'm using the Axial interior inside the Proline body and as many of their scale parts as possible. Getting in place and trimming for clearance (driveshaft & steering rod). Have the two figures in place and just getting things in the right spots.

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    The inside will be mostly red, planning on flocking the seat to make it look like real fabric and adding some neat touches
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    wow looks great
    realy like those wheels
    did you havt to cut the chassis

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    Quote Originally Posted by curly View Post
    wow looks great
    realy like those wheels
    did you havt to cut the chassis
    No cutting required, the DF03R chassis comes with different lower arm options and I just had to reverse the rear arms. I will be changing them to have the proper drive line angles as I set the rest up
    Last edited by UNGLEWD; 01-08-2012 at 09:37 PM.

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    Creamy! This is definitely inspiring me to host an Armature Alley Cruise-In...

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    i thought you were doing a chrome ring on these wheels
    looks great either way just wondering why painted
    it looked like the cherom wasnt marred on the outter ring

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