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TAT. Dodge LS 1000 SD Trailer started now.

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yes dan , its for the most resin kits the perfect donor

this cab wil get a new paintjob

yours look also great with the single axle , special for the moving van

follow how this wil go,s

jacobus

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Jacobus I thought it was the Chevy I did the same set up on my other Dodge cab a few years ago. 

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Started working on the trailer suspension so that I can get spacing with the new wheels and tires set up to get the side filler panels printed. I've got a co-worker that just bought a 3D printer and is looking for projects to print so he's waiting on me to give him the details. 

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Dan,

     This one is looking good about now !

 

 

 

 Be Well

   Gator

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Thanks Terry.

Working on getting the cab ready for paint 🎨 and a sample mock up of the cab sitting on the frame.

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Taking shape nicely. What exactly did you use on the wheels to get that "black chrome" look?

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 Looks good ! Going to have to try to find some of that chrome stuff.

 

 

 

 Be Well

  Gator

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looks already good , and yes , that,s a problem to solve , the cab [ resin ] getting good on the donor frame

that powder is good stuff , i have chroom and also metal

type uschi van der rost and you find the webshop from alexander glass

wil see when the color is done

jacobus

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Looks really nice and the Uschi powder products are good stuff!

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This weekend I've been working on the cab again was able to get some primer on the cab after grinding around the inside of the windows to allow the glass to fit closer to the out side edge. Chromed the front bumper and started figuring out what to use for the air cleaner and air stack plus how to route the exhaust pipe. My co-worker said he was going to work on 3D printing the trailer fill ins for the wheels this weekend so I may have more updates tomorrow. Thanks for the comments I appreciate them. 

Still in test fitting 


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   Looking really good thus far !

 

 

  be Well

   Gator

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Dan, no snow day, but work was slow due to snow, so i tried to catch up on the forum:D

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Not to much to show worked more on the cab spraying primer and sanding it plus I worked with my 9 year old grand daughter building a 67 Chevy Impala that she is going to enter in her first model show in April  

Got my 3D printed filler pieces for the trailer set in they fit nice I will need to add a little filler on them to fill in some little holes and then add the ribs. 

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   Dan, You have this project moving right along and looking real good !

 

 

 

   Be Well

   Gator

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