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rronning84

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About rronning84

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  • Birthday 04/12/1984

Previous Fields

  • Scale I Build
    1/24 and 1/25

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    http://www.myspace.com/vikingheavydiesel

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  • Location
    Lawton, OK
  • Full Name
    Ryan
  1. I as well was not aware the WS had COE's even though my dad ran a number of WS log trucks back in the day.
  2. I like it. Trailer came out great and I like the color on the KW.
  3. I agree 100%. I am all about space between the sleeper and the front of the trailer and it actually bothers me when a trailer does not sit square over the drives.
  4. Very nice truck. I like the Drom box, it came out well.
  5. That is a wild looking rig. Is there any scratch building of that contraption in your future?
  6. Great looking truck. Very impressive!
  7. Awesome build Tim. I have one question though, what was the truck used for?
  8. I am going to have to get a few of these. I hope someone releases a day cab conversion for it. I can see it now, a Lonestar log truck.
  9. With all of the ones that I have built I have always reworked the trunnion so that the trailer will sit properly on the truck. THat is one of my biggest pet peeves about this trailer is there is not the proper range of motion built in to the kit.
  10. A glider is exactly what you see in the picture. It is the frame, cab and all that stuff in the front but just a bare chassis in the rear so that the owner can sling his own running gear under the truck and get the exact wheel base he wants. Most west coast log trucks start out as gliders
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