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yup i got the truck in the mail today god damn that paint job is hella clean dunno how u can have a stedy hand to paint all them lines but shits clean! im goin to work on the hydros tomorow its pretty tight how its set up with the motors alot of custom made parts to lift the back and still have th detail on the axle :biggrin:

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ya i got some pics i have to upload to my comp my paint isnt as good its just solid color paint jobs lol
Originally posted by teach@Jul 29 2005, 10:20 AM
Man thats some nice work on the paint. Do you have pixs of any pixs of paint you have done.
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yeah homie,i got otha shit ive done in the past.here they are bro.




also im gonna start paintin' rides up in here if anyone needs paint jobs done.im willin' to take your paint jobs to the extreme level.from "mild to wild" prices will vary on work,plus u will have to pay the shippin' n handlin'


im workin' on a costumers now from dukes car club from san jose i will show it up in here as soon as im done with it.its a 39 chevy panel

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hows the hopper comin' along? :)
good work on the paint homie, the more i see, the more i like :cool:
updated pics here i got it wired it dosent get up but when i put more volts it it will i gets up a lil not enought to stand it

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nice :cool:
7,2 V should be more than efficient to get this baby hit backbumper. ;) Get fast high torque motor (mabuchi 280 or somthing similar).
i still think it's a weight issue. your leverage point is has been moved so far that the UBAR in the front probably can't even push it up far enough to hop.

is the ubar as tall as it can be?
Ofcourse it's the weight issue..but I sense this truck needs some reinforcement on rear hydro's.... ;)
Originally posted by jevries@Aug 2 2005, 01:32 PM
Ofcourse it's the weight issue..but I sense this truck needs some reinforcement on rear hydro's.... ;)
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definetly wouldn't hurt :cool:
Originally posted by a408nutforyou@Jul 30 2005, 11:25 AM
yeah homie,i got otha shit ive done in the past.here they are bro.
also im gonna start paintin' rides up in here if anyone needs paint jobs done.im willin' to take your paint jobs to the extreme level.from "mild to wild" prices will vary on work,plus u will have to pay the shippin' n handlin'
im workin' on a costumers now from dukes car club from san jose i will show it up in here as soon as im done with it.its a 39 chevy panel
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no waY they took your wagon and your cutty too?? wtf? when? :angry: from where??
i might make a longer u bar it hops very lil tho lol
1- reinforce the "hydro's" in the rear.
2- put some fishing weights in there.
3- Perhaps use a stronger motor with 7,2V. ;)
damn man!?!? how you make the back setup!?!?
basicly u make hinges for the back axle n all the parts that connect to the frame
hows this look :0

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Originally posted by low83cutty@Aug 4 2005, 05:44 PM~3542966
basicly u make hinges for the back axle n all the parts that connect to the frame
no i mean how do tha motors pull it down?
lookin good, are you going to finish it? do the bare metal and put the lights on?
yup im goin to finish just gettin all the wires hooked up then ill do the foil n all
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