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Old 10-19-2023, 05:51 PM
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no issues with the printed gears even? man that gives me an idea. there was a truck from MRP called the High Roller. iv always loved the look of the truck, but the driveline was notoriously brittle (like drive it off the curb and it breaks brittle) if i would be possible to get 3D printed parts to beef it up and make it functional it might be worth tracking one down
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Old 10-20-2023, 12:04 AM
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Well... For the printed gear, my Super Wheelies, Big Bear and Hunter are all using a printed diff, and a metal printed idle gear. The metal printed idle gears design is quite simple, but it required adjustment on the Hunter and on the Suer Wheelies due to printing tolerances while no adjustment was required for the Big Bear. But once adjustments are done, it is good to go and run. Big Bear is clearly the most difficult for the idle gear due to the big wheels, and after 3 hours of Lipo 2S runs neither Idle gear or differential shows any sign of wear... So this is good
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Old 11-14-2023, 09:36 AM
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I'm not sure I'll publish the Land Cruiser or the CJ-7 bodyshell at any point of time, but I have included all the parts published in this specific collection in cults3D, and if I add the other bodyshell, they'll join this collection
https://cults3d.com/en/design-collec...e-and-big-bear
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Originally Posted by Disgruntled_RC
no issues with the printed gears even? man that gives me an idea. there was a truck from MRP called the High Roller. iv always loved the look of the truck, but the driveline was notoriously brittle (like drive it off the curb and it breaks brittle) if i would be possible to get 3D printed parts to beef it up and make it functional it might be worth tracking one down
looking for MRP high roller trucks. I have the most 8 trucks and I have been making some parts to replace the fragile ones that always break.
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Old 11-21-2023, 05:35 PM
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how much does it cost to pick one up? iv only seen maybe 2 on ebay and idk what they sold for. wasn't recent ether. you have any running videos?
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thanks
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Following the Marui Mitsubishi Jeep adventure, my friend Johann from Down Under, who alredy made the stickers, sent me some pictures today about what he is trying to do... And he precise there is still some work on the graphics, and it is just a V1 as here is still some pixellisation here and there on the graphics...



His target is to reproduce the box and all the inside including what requires somevacform to make his own NIB :-)

I love his work already :-)
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