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    you gonna put chickens in that cage?

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    Pigs?

    Whatever animal, I like it. A lot. Nice progress Shannon!
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    Nice.

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    very cool twist on this build. I would fill the cage with pigmy unicorns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe122 View Post
    Creative and entertaining......Awesome!
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikaros View Post
    Nice, Nice, Nice,


    Go on!
    Nah, I might stop now!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kellerkind View Post
    Yeeeehaw! So coool! Will there be a scale pig, too? Regards Jens
    Thanks......look a little closer!

    Quote Originally Posted by Magnum View Post
    Hi,
    cool work so far.
    i like the roof parts, do wait till mine will come.
    Which chassis will u use?
    Cheers
    Jens
    Thankyou, I am happy with them too.

    I'm using the Gelande II D110 chassis.

    Quote Originally Posted by LRTd5 View Post
    Hmmm ... so - so .... being far away from Australia,
    I am surprised, that such huge cages are typical on the roads ....

    But besides my lack of knowledge ... great work -- so clean angles.... looks like
    your new Christmas present is well used ....
    Allways like those Land Rover projects .... especialy when they promise to be so unique ....



    Regards
    Wolf
    Thanks mate. Yeah, you see all kinds of stuff on the roads here. We love our ute's and there's so many options for the rear.

    Quote Originally Posted by duellym View Post
    you gonna put chickens in that cage?
    LOL! It would make a good chicken coup for Sam's backyard!

    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    Pigs?

    Whatever animal, I like it. A lot. Nice progress Shannon!
    Oink oink...

    Cheers mate.

    Quote Originally Posted by Headquake View Post
    Nice.
    Thankyou!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wrencher View Post
    very cool twist on this build. I would fill the cage with pigmy unicorns.
    Hahaha!. Thanks mate.


    So a vital piece of kit turned up today....the frame! YAY!!!

    and now for a more propper mockup....



    Definately needs to be lowered for my liking, but yeah, very excited.

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    More lower and smaller tires! If you're into that sort of thing. Looks great so far!
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    Nice!!

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    You are amazing

    keep going
    and never stop

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    Quote Originally Posted by pardonmyn00b View Post
    More lower and smaller tires! If you're into that sort of thing. Looks great so far!
    I'm into that sort of thing! Don't tell the neighbours.

    Quote Originally Posted by generis View Post
    Nice!!
    Thanks mate.

    Quote Originally Posted by szymon1 View Post
    You are amazing

    keep going
    and never stop
    Thankyou, still learning every day.


    Got the tray mounted up tonight. It uses the upper shock mounts and some bracketry I made up from alu angle and styrene.



    Countersunk screws on the top as these will be covered by the diamond plate.







    Those big chunks of styrene will be mostly covered up by everything else going on, so won't looks so clunky in the end!



    And a nice little hidden away yet easily accessible spot for the battery.


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    Easily accessible battery? That's a totally foreign concept!
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