So what did you get in the post today ???

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caesar wrote: Sun Nov 19, 2023 5:39 am
Either that or I can get the wife to cook up some sweets/pastries and start a bakery. :lol:
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Some schumie nos bit and a few traxxarse bits to

Nos topcat wing and bosscat undertray was nice to find also some srm tuffnol spurs. The 2x20 fronts are actually miss labeled and are the 4 row rib schumie fronts off the front of the original cougar that I’ve been hunting for for a very long time
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Some "Free, just pay postage" Tamiya bits from a good FB friend....


TA04 - pretty much complete, apart from gear cases I think...
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TB01 - Near enough to new tub parts, to go into one of my rebuilds.
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Next up: Durango parts (please don't ask me why!).

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Incredible_Serious wrote: Wed Nov 22, 2023 12:14 am (please don't ask me why!)
Why?

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GoMachV wrote: Wed Nov 22, 2023 12:22 am
Incredible_Serious wrote: Wed Nov 22, 2023 12:14 am (please don't ask me why!)
Why?

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If I knew the answer to that........ :roll:
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NIP body for my nitro rustler resto.
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Came across a nice little THORR
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New 3D Printer. Sovol SV06 Plus. Hopefully this gives me less headaches than my knockoff Ender3. Bit bigger, can run a lot hotter so i can do Nylon, and has a lot better motion system and interface. Bonus is It auto levels the bed.
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RogueIV wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 2:12 am New 3D Printer. Sovol SV06 Plus. Hopefully this gives me less headaches than my knockoff Ender3. Bit bigger, can run a lot hotter so i can do Nylon, and has a lot better motion system and interface. Bonus is It auto levels the bed. IMG_20231128_210405451.jpg
Are you going to add an enclosure? It helps with nylon printing.
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Frankentruck wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 2:17 am
RogueIV wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 2:12 am New 3D Printer. Sovol SV06 Plus. Hopefully this gives me less headaches than my knockoff Ender3. Bit bigger, can run a lot hotter so i can do Nylon, and has a lot better motion system and interface. Bonus is It auto levels the bed. IMG_20231128_210405451.jpg
Are you going to add an enclosure? It helps with nylon printing.
Yes, I'll make one for it when i move it to it's actual home. It's currently where i generally set my toolbox just to test it after assembly.
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A second Shogun, complete this time, and with a nice box :-)
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Got a steaming pile of Durango parts in the mail....
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There is an almost complete 410R truck there, in mostly unopened bags.... going to take me a while to work out what's missing. Started on the open bags last night, and will move on to the plastics next. Shame the manual doesn't include pictures of the parts sprues, or even a list of all the required sprues... guess I've just been spoiled by EVERY OTHER RC MANUFACTURER.

Plenty of spare parts NIP, so I see some horse-trading in my future, for the parts I need to complete the build.

Wish me luck!

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Incredible_Serious wrote: Thu Nov 30, 2023 8:10 pm Got a steaming pile of Durango parts in the mail....
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There is an almost complete 410R truck there, in mostly unopened bags.... going to take me a while to work out what's missing. Started on the open bags last night, and will move on to the plastics next. Shame the manual doesn't include pictures of the parts sprues, or even a list of all the required sprues... guess I've just been spoiled by EVERY OTHER RC MANUFACTURER.

Plenty of spare parts NIP, so I see some horse-trading in my future, for the parts I need to complete the build.

Wish me luck!

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Incredible_Serious wrote: Shame the manual doesn't include pictures of the parts sprues, or even a list of all the required sprues... guess I've just been spoiled by EVERY OTHER RC MANUFACTURER.
Just think of it as a puzzle. A little workout for the brain. Something to slow you down so you don't build it in just a few hours. Savor the build.
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GoMachV wrote: Thu Nov 30, 2023 11:13 pm
Incredible_Serious wrote: Shame the manual doesn't include pictures of the parts sprues, or even a list of all the required sprues... guess I've just been spoiled by EVERY OTHER RC MANUFACTURER.
Just think of it as a puzzle. A little workout for the brain. Something to slow you down so you don't build it in just a few hours. Savor the build.
I spent an hour looking at a couple of the open bags, and how the prop shafts are meant to fit together... the machining needs to be tight, but the tolerances don't seem to match the ideal. That's just building up the universal in the prop shaft.... but it's not a good start!
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