..................BUILDING TIPS.....................

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..................BUILDING TIPS.....................

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:48 am

started by HoosierHustler:

Got a new trick to building these cars..?? POST IT

Alright gang get with it!
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Re: ..................BUILDING TIPS.....................

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:50 am

by Broman62:

I'll start first with something I came across awhile back to use for body posts!! They are hollow lollipop sticks from Hobby Lobby that work perfect for our smaller screws!!
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Re: ..................BUILDING TIPS.....................

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:51 am

by Barfly101:

When soldering brass heat sinks seem to be invaluable.
Even something as small as a typical alligator clip will help
Place the clip on or very near the portion of the brass you want to
protect from the heat. ie a previous solder joint.
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Re: ..................BUILDING TIPS.....................

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:52 am

by Broman62:

Inline with the "Lollipop sticks" post above, here is the tool I use to cut them with!!! Dog toenail clippers!! Make a quick snap with them to get a straight cut!! Or, put a snug hold on the stick and turn it slow and put pressure on cutters until you have reamed into it and continue turning and pressure until it cuts thru!!

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Re: ..................BUILDING TIPS.....................

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:53 am

by Rickard5:

Slate From an old Pool Table makes an Excellent Heat proof and Flat soldering surface. Also since Slate Naturally sinks heat, it makes it easy to solder near other joints, Also it's drillable and scribeable , so you can add lay out lines and Jig Points. I get my from the local pool table supply, if you ask nice they'll even Gie you broken or cut off Chunks, I bring the guys in the back a 6 pak and they'll even cut it on their diamond saw
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Re: ..................BUILDING TIPS.....................

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:54 am

by Broman62:

This great tip came from Nerf awhile back and I wanted to share with you!! Hope he doesn't mind?? They can be bought at Pat Catan's, Michaels, Hobby Lobby or any place that sells crafts. They are "stick pins" that you use to attach stuff to your clothing. You can trim them however you want and the holes in them are perfect for .085 axles, such as Artins or R/D's.

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Mounting SCX, Carrera and RS motors

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:55 am

by Barfly101:

Originally Posted by EasyEd:
have had good luck tapping the holes with a 2mm tap. I then use 2mm screws I get from smallparts.com. Smallparts.com also has 2mm taps. The holes in the SCX and Radio Shack cans are the right size for 2mm tapping so you do not need the right size drill bit. My cars for the scratch built proxy are done this way.

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Yep, what Ed said - I've threaded those holes with a 2mm tap also. I didn't take the armature out - was very careful not to introduce the tap into the motor cavity any more than necessary.
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Fixin' a warped/twisted Vac-Form Body!

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:56 am

by Broman62:

electra flying wrote: You can do it a couple of ways.

1) in the oven at low heat 100 degree's, weight it down flat let it warm up then cool in the fridge. But remember to long in the cooker it will start to melt.

2) Mount to the chassis, then take a hair dryer (pistol type) or a heat gun. On low setting heat the vac till it is pliable, then warp to where you want it. But again be careful not to over heat. I use a fanning motion and touch the vac every so often to see that it is not getting to hot.

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repairing broken pins on SCX guides ...

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:57 am

by pfuetze:

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i just pushed a needle with pliers into the guide where the pin originally was located. trimmed with the pliers. ready.
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Another take on getting SCX front tires to touch the track s

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:01 am

by Broman62:

These are sweeeeeet arse rides and I have been wantin' to get these front tires to touch the track ever since I got them into my hands!! Finally got the chance Thur. evenin' amongst the frustrations on the semi truck builds!! First 2 pics show the final results and the difference between the heights of each car before and after!!
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After removing the guide, I did the usual cutting out of the plastic circle that it rides in!! After doing a bunch of these in the past, I finally used this dremel bit to ream the guide hole just to make sure nothing rubs as it moves!! Also I left the 2 tits stick out this time(above the guide hole) to keep the guide from swiveling all the way around, which I had not done before!!
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Next, I took the guide and did the "Puddle Dude trim" on it to make it be able to ride all the way up into the guide hole!! Also, I cut the back of the guide blade to keep it from rubbing on the bottom of the chassis!!
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Then something that I do that helps it get that final depth is to bend the copper feed rails to a 45 deg angle to almost level with the bottom of the guide hole!! If you look at them OTB, they look to be at about a 22.5 deg. angle and this just doesn't work!! They need to be bent up more to get that extra depth!! The next 2 pics show this and I hope they are clear enough to see!! With this model chassis, the bend has to be almost right under the axle and you have to be very careful bending these!! Honestly, I have never broke one but it could happen!! You need to hold a small flat tip screwdriver down on the very back bend with one hand and then with the other hand, take a pair of good tweezers and kinda push back and up to get these strips at the right angle!! It takes patience and alot of fiddlin' to get them just right!! They may touch the axle when you do this and if it bothers you, put a piece of thin tape between it and the axle!! Just make sure when you do this bending that once you have it set, make sure the copper tabs make good contact with the guide contact point!s! This is where the fiddlin' part comes into play doing that!! Before you install the guide back into the guide hole, put a drop or 2 of oil on the stem so it glides up and down in the hole!! One last thing that I haven't done yet but will do is to feather the guide brushes out to make good contact with the track!!
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Its not hard to do and is thrillin' when your done and set that car down and all 4 wheels are touchin' the track!! Will be doin' the Yellow #89 as soon as the semi trucks are finished and shipped!!

Remember, this can be done with ALL SCX cars!!!!

Good Luck and Enjoy!!!!
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Another clear glass idea

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:05 am

by Broman62:

Worked on this about a month ago and wanted to wait to see how the project would hold up after the car sat for awhile!!

Had been wondering how to get clear glass on some cars that don't have clear glass or ones we cut the plastic windows out and then say...now what!! Anyway, was walkin' thru Wally's world one day and came across something I have used in the past in my house and thought...this could work!! For around $5 I thought, if it don't work on my cars I can still use it in the home...win-win!!
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I took a plastic dollar store plastic car and cut the front and rear windows out!! Then I took the roll of double-sided tape that comes in the kit and cut small narrow strips to fit around the inside of the window frames!! Then I cut small pieces of the plastic sheeting that come in the kit and carefully removed the covering on the up side of the double sided tape and carefully placed the plastic sheet over them and presed down and then used a pair of tweezers to get that final push down onto the tape!! Then I took a hair dryer to it and wha-la...clear glass!!!
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I did the front window first and if you notice on the left side that I didn't put the tape all the way around(make sure you over-lap the tape) and there is a gap that is clearly shown!! I did the rear window next and over-lapped the tap(alittle tricky over-lapping double sided tape) but it came out sweeeeeeet!! Look at all 4 corners of the rear window and no gaps!!

Now remember, if the plastic sheeting gets a little crinkled when you apply it to the tape, don't worry, the hair dryer shrinks it and sucks those crinkles out!! Also, it came to me that this may not hold up in some severe crashes but remember, you can peel it all back out if it does get ripped and replace it...sweeeeeet!! One thing I would do if and when I use it(Turkey Bash) is to put some clear fingernail polish around the edges on the inside just to help hold everything in place!! I checked on the car again this evening and everything is still in place and the plastic sheeting is actually still pretty taunt!!

Another thing, any pieces of tape that you cut and don't use, save for the next project because every samll piece will work!!

Just another idea that we can use for our slot car bodies!!!

Good Luck and Enjoy!!
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Weight balancing a car

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:06 am

by pmarchand:

A tip passed onto me by Dean Cory:

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Carrera GO!!!/D143 Car Specs per Jo Boukamp (German Language

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:08 am

by Cjent:

Technische Fahrzeugdaten Vehicle Specifications (Here is a link to the table which reads easier: http://www.go143.de./index.php?id=229)

Die nachfolgende Tabelle stellt die verschiedenen technischen Daten der Fahrzeuge zusammen. The following table summarizes the various technical data of the vehicles.

Die Angaben können im Kommabereich abweichen. The details may differ in the point area.

Die Länge umfaßt die maximale Entfernung von der Spitze bis zum Ende, überstehende Spoiler sind einbezogen. The length includes the maximum distance from the tip to the end, projecting spoilers are included. Angaben in mm. In mm.

Die Breite habe ich an der Hinterachse und am breitesten Bereich des Bodys (Karosserie) (Achse/Body) gemessen. I measured the width of the rear axle and the widest range of Teddy (body) (axis / body). Die Höhe des Fahrzeuges ist ab Fahrbahnoberfläche bis zur höchsten Stelle des Body gemessen. The height of the vehicle is measured from the roadway surface to the highest point of the body.

Die Reifengröße ist getrennt nach Vorderreifen (V) und Hinterreifen (H) angegeben. The tire size is specified separately for front tires (V) and rear tires (H). Dabei sind Durchmesser x Breite vermessen worden. Here are diameter x width were measured.

Typ Type Gewicht (g ca.) Weight (approx. g) Länge (mm) Length (mm) Breite (Achse/ Body mm) Width (axis / mm Body) Höhe (mm) Height (mm) Achsabstand (mm) Wheelbase (mm) Reifenmaße (V: DxB/H: DxB) Tire size (F: DxB / H: DxB) Reifenprofil Tire tread
Aston Martin Vanquish 007 Aston Martin Vanquish 007 41 41 110 110 45 45 32 32 63 63 17x6 17x6 V-Profil groß V-shaped large
Aston Martin Vanq. Aston Martin Vanq. Street Street 41 41 110 110 45 45 32 32 63 63 17x6 17x6 V-Profil groß V-shaped large
Aston Martin DBS Aston Martin DBS 39 39 110 110 43/45 43/45 30 30 63 63 17x6 17x6 V-Profil groß V-shaped large
Aston Martin DB5 Aston Martin DB5 36,7 36.7 107 107 36/40 36/40 31 31 60 60 16x5 16x5 Normalprofil Normal Profile
Batman Hyperdrive Batman Hyperdrive 36 36 99,5 99.5 43/46 43/46 31 31 56 56 14,5x7 / 16,5x9 14.5 x 7 / 16,5 x9 Slicks Slicks
CarForce Typ 1 zB Sorron CarForce type 1 as Sorron 48 48 105,5 105.5 47/45,5 47/45, 5 30 30 57 57 17x8 17x8 Slicks Slicks
CarForce Typ 2 zB Malok CarForce type 2 as Malok 48 48 108 108 46,5/45,5 46,5 / 45,5 32 32 57 57 17x8 17x8 Slicks Slicks
CarForce Typ 3 zB Austrion CarForce type 3 as Austrion 47 47 106 106 47/46 47/46 33 33 58 58 17x8 17x8 Slicks Slicks
CarForce Typ 4 zB Vinarra CarForce type 4 as Vinarra 48,4 48.4 107 107 47 47 31 31 58 58 17x8 17x8 Slicks Slicks
CarForce Typ 5 zB Executor CarForce type 5 as executor 52 52 105,5 105.5 47/45,5 47/45, 5 33,5 33.5 57 57 17x8 17x8 Slicks Slicks
CarForce Typ 6 zB Rayzzor CarForce type 6 as Rayzzor 46 46 104 104 46/47 46/47 32 32 58 58 17x8 17x8 Slicks Slicks
Cars - Lightning McQueen Cars - Lightning McQueen 34 34 87,5 87.5 43/44,5 43/44, 5 29 29 49,5 49.5 17x9 / 17x9 17x9 / 17x9 Slicks Slicks
Cars - The King Cars - The King 34 34 104,5 104.5 43/47,5 43/47, 5 41,5 41.5 52 52 15,5x7,5 / 15,5x7,5 15.5 x 7, 5 / 15,5 x7, 5 Slicks Slicks
Cars - Chick Hicks Cars - Chick Hicks 32 32 93,5 93.5 37,5/38,5 37,5 / 38,5 28 28 50 50 15,5x7,5 / 15,5x7,5 15.5 x 7, 5 / 15,5 x7, 5 Slicks Slicks
Chevrolet Corvette C5-R Chevrolet Corvette C5-R 41,5 41.5 110 110 46/50 46/50 31 31 61,5 61.5 18x7 / 19x7 18x7 / 19x7 Slicks Slicks
Chevrolet Corvette Unterbodenbeleuchtung Chevrolet Corvette underbody lighting 43 43 110 110 46/50 46/50 31 31 61,5 61.5 18x7 / 19x7 18x7 / 19x7 Slicks Slicks
Citroen C4 WRC Citroen C4 WRC 40 40 100 100 42/44 42/44 33 33 61,5 61.5 17x6,5 17x6, 5 Normalprofil Normal Profile
Dodge Viper GTS Dodge Viper GTS 39,3 39.3 105 105 46/48 46/48 28 28 58 58 16x6 16x6 Slicks Slicks
DTM Audi DTM Audi 39 39 113 113 43,5/47,5 43,5 / 47,5 32 32 64,5 64.5 16,5x7 / 16,5x7 16.5 x 7 / 16,5 x7 Slicks Slicks
DTM Mercedes DTM Mercedes 40 40 111,5 111.5 43,5/45,5 43,5 / 45,5 32 32 64,5 64.5 16,5x7 / 16,5x7 16.5 x 7 / 16,5 x7 Slicks Slicks
Fiat 500 Fiat 500 30 30 83,5 83.5 37/43,5 37/43, 5 34,5 34.5 52,5 52.5 15x6,5 / 15x6,5 15x6, 5 / 15x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
Fiat 500 Abarth Fiat 500 Abarth 30 30 83,5 83.5 37/43,5 37/43, 5 34,5 34.5 52,5 52.5 15x6,5 / 15x6,5 15x6, 5 / 15x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
Ford Focus Ford Focus 42 42 104 104 42/43,5 42/43, 5 34 34 61 61 17x6,3 17x6, 3 Normal Normal
Ford Mustang '67 '67 Ford Mustang 39 39 109 109 39/42 39/42 32 32 65 65 17x6 / 19x6 17x6 / 19x6 V-Profil klein V-shaped small
Ford Crown Victoria Ford Crown Victoria 46 46 123,5 123.5 44,5/50 44,5 / 50 37,5 37.5 67,5 67.5 16x8 / 16x8 16x8 / 16x8 Slicks Slicks
Formel 1, Modell 2001-2004 Formula 1, Model 2001-2004 31 31 112 112 45 45 26 26 71,5 71.5 16x7 / 16x8 16x7 / 16x8 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Formel 1, Modell 2005-2007 Formula 1, Model 2005-2007 31,5 31.5 111 111 45 45 30 30 71,5 71.5 16x7 / 16x8 16x7 / 16x8 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Formel 1, Modell 2005- (Red Bull) Formula 1 Model 2005 - (Red Bull) 31 31 109,5 109.5 45 45 30 30 71,5 71.5 16x7 / 16x8 16x7 / 16x8 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Formel 1, Modell 2008- (Ferrari) Formula 1 Model 2008 - (Ferrari) 32 32 112 112 43/43 43/43 29 29 76 76 16x8 / 16x8,5 16x8 / 16x8, 5 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Formel 1, Modell 2008- (McLaren-Mercedes) Formula 1 Model 2008 - (McLaren-Mercedes) 30 30 115 115 44/44 44/44 27 27 74 74 15,5x8 / 15,5x8,5 15.5 x8 / 15.5 x 8, 5 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Formel 1, Modell 2008- (Renault) Formula 1 Model 2008 - (Renault) 30 30 114,5 114.5 45,5/45,5 45,5 / 45,5 28 28 73 73 16x7,5 / 16x8,8 16x7, 5 / 16x8, 8 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Formel 1, Modell 2008- (BMW-Sauber) Formula 1 Model 2008 - (BMW Sauber) 30 30 118 118 45,5/45,4 45,5 / 45,4 30 30 75,5 75.5 16x7,5 / 16x8,5 16x7, 5 / 16x8, 5 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Holden HSV Holden HSV 40 40 114,5 114.5 43,5/48 43,5 / 48 34,5 34.5 67 67 17x6,5 / 17x6,5 17x6, 5 / 17x6, 5 Profil Profile
Holden HSV Polizei Holden HSV Police 42 42 114,5 114.5 43,5/48 43,5 / 48 34,5 34.5 67 67 17x6,5 / 17x6,5 17x6, 5 / 17x6, 5 Profil Profile
Jaguar XKR 007 Jaguar XKR 007 46,1 46.1 110 110 44/46 44/46 48 48 62 62 16x6 / 17x6,5 16x6 / 17x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
Jaguar XKR Streetversion Jaguar XKR Street Version 44 44 110 110 44/46 44/46 30 30 62 62 16x6 / 17x6,5 16x6 / 17x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
KTM X-BOW KTM X-BOW 36 36 87 87 42 42 29,5 29.5 57 57 16x5 16x5 V-Profil klein V-shaped small
MarioKart - B-Dasher MarioKart - B-Dasher 40 40 81 81 54,3/34 54,3 / 34 44 44 56 56 14x12/18x15 14x12/18x15 Profil Profile
MarioKart - Brute MarioKart - Brute 52 52 86 86 41,5/42 41,5 / 42 64,6 64.6 54 54 19,5x6,8 19.5 x 6, 8 V-Profil groß V-shaped large
MarioKart - Brute 2009 MarioKart - Brute 2009 44 44 86 86 41,5/42 41,5 / 42 64,6 64.6 54 54 19,5x6,8 19.5 x 6, 8 V-Profil groß V-shaped large
MarioKart - Peach Royal Mario Kart - Peach Royal 36 36 79 79 56/48 56/48 42 42 61 61 17x11 / 20x13 17x11 / 20x13 Profil Profile
Mario Wild Wing Mario u. Luigi Mario Mario and Luigi Wild Wing 44 44 93 93 44,5/47 44,5 / 47 46 46 47 47 19x8 / 19x8 19x8 / 19x8 Profil Profile
Mario Wild Wing Peach Wild Wing Mario Peach 42 42 93 93 44,5/47 44,5 / 47 46 46 47 47 19x8 / 19x8 19x8 / 19x8 Profil Profile
Mini Cooper S, Modell 2003-2004 Mini Cooper S models 2003-2004 35,5 35.5 87 87 40/46 40/46 34 34 57 57 15x7 15x7 Slicks Slicks
Mini Cooper S, Modell 2005- Mini Cooper S, model 2005 - 35 35 87 87 40/46 40/46 34 34 57 57 15x7 15x7 Slicks Slicks
Mini Cooper Polizei Mini Cooper Police 38,5 38.5 87 87 40/46 40/46 34 34 57 57 15x7 15x7 Slicks Slicks
NASCAR 2006-2008 NASCAR 2006-2008 41,1 41.1 111 111 43 43 31 31 65 65 17x8 17x8 Slicks Slicks
COT NASCAR 2009- COT NASCAR 2009 - 42 42 117 117 44/45 44/45 33,5 33.5 64,5 64.5 18x7 / 18x7 18x7 / 18x7 Slicks Slicks
Nissan 350Z Nissan 350Z 43,4 43.4 107 107 43/46 43/46 33 33 62 62 19x6 19x6 V-Profil klein V-shaped small
Peugeot 206 WRC Peugeot 206 WRC 36 36 95 95 43/42 43/42 33 33 56,5 56.5 15x6,5 15x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
Peugeot 307 WRC Peugeot 307 WRC 40,5 40.5 101 101 41/43 41/43 34 34 61,5 61.5 17x6 17x6 Normalprofil Normal Profile
Peugeot 908 HDi Peugeot 908 HDi 42 42 108 108 46/46,5 46/46, 5 30 30 69,5 69.5 18,5x7,5 / 18,5x7,5 18.5 x 7, 5 / 18,5 x7, 5 Slicks Slicks
Pick Up Kuhfänger Pick Up bull bars 48 48 113 113 46/51,5 46/51, 5 41,5 41.5 69 69 18,5x8 / 18,5x8 18,5 x8 / x8 18.5 Profil Profile
Pick Up Reserverad Pick up spare 50 50 113 113 46/51,5 46/51, 5 41,5 41.5 69 69 18,5x8 / 18,5x8 18,5 x8 / x8 18.5 Profil Profile
Porsche GT3 Porsche GT3 37 37 104 104 41/40 41/40 31 31 55 55 16x6 / 17x6,5 16x6 / 17x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
Porsche GT3 Polizei Porsche GT3 Police 40 40 104 104 41/40 41/40 35 35 55 55 16x6 / 17x6,5 16x6 / 17x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
Porsche GT3 RS Porsche GT3 RS 37,5 37.5 104 104 42/40 42/40 31 31 55 55 16x6 / 17x6,5 16x6 / 17x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
Porsche RS Spyder Porsche RS Spyder 43 43 109 109 48 48 30 30 68 68 19x8 / 20x8 19x8 / 20x8 Slicks Slicks
Speed Racer Mach 5 Speed ​​Racer Mach 5 40 40 116,5 116.5 43/44,5 43/44, 5 31,5 31.5 60 60 17,5x6,5 / 17,5x6,5 17,5 x6, 5 / 17,5 x6, 5 Profil Profile
Speed Racer X Speed ​​Racer X 40 40 114 114 43,5/45 43,5 / 45 30 30 63 63 17,5x6,5 / 17,5x6,5 17,5 x6, 5 / 17,5 x6, 5 Profil Profile
Spider-Man Webslinger Spider-Man Webslinger 36 36 114 114 42/52,5 42/52, 5 25,5 25.5 55 55 14x7 / 16x8,5 14x7 / 16x8, 5 Slicks Slicks
Subaru Impreza WRC Subaru Impreza WRC 36,7 36.7 105 105 42/43 42/43 35 35 59 59 16x6 16x6 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Subaru Impreza WRC Police Subaru Impreza WRC Police 40,4 40.4 105 105 42/43 42/43 48 48 59 59 16x6 16x6 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Subaru Impreza WRC 2008 Subaru Impreza WRC 2008 36 36 104,5 104.5 41,5/43,5 41,5 / 43,5 35 35 61 61 17x6 / 17x6 17x6 / 17x6 Profil Profile
Subaru Impreza WRX Subaru Impreza WRX 37,5 37.5 104 104 42/44 42/44 33 33 59 59 16x6 16x6 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Subaru Impreza WRX Police Subaru Impreza WRX Police 41,4 41.4 104 104 42/44 42/44 48 48 59 59 16x6 16x6 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Subaru Impreza WRX Unterbodenbeleuchtung Subaru Impreza WRX underbody lighting 38,5 38.5 104 104 42/44 42/44 33 33 59 59 16x6 16x6 Längsrillen Longitudinal grooves
Suzuki SX4 Suzuki SX4 36 36 96 96 41/42 41/42 37,5 37.5 59 59 17x6,5 / 17x6,5 17x6, 5 / 17x6, 5 Slicks Slicks
Volvo S60 Volvo S60 39,1 39.1 107 107 43/49 43/49 34 34 61 61 18x7 18x7 Slicks Slicks
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Gluing Clear Glass

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:10 am

by MGS 75thMEU:

I found a use for all those 1/32 extra magnets I have laying around. I pad the outside of the body then put magnets on the inside and out to draw the glass tight to the roof then use a microbrush to put some Krazy Glue in the holes I ground in the glass.
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Drop Arm by Speed Junkie! Great for Pulling Series

Postby LibertyFLHTC » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:12 am

by Cjent:

hello fello puller's...i came up with a drop arm for the new bright truck..this arm can also be used on other pullers..without flag and braid they run $5.00....
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