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Scania T142

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My Scania T142 is done so here are some pic,s of it, but without a trailer as i am building it right now.
If some of you wonder why the rear axle is off the ground here is why.
When i flipped the liftbeam the right way around and not the wrong way as the instructions say i noticed that the rear wheels was slightly off the ground.
With correct hubs for the lift and driveaxle i was able to move up the tires a bit more, its not as much up as the real trucks can.
On the real trucks they can stop it anytime they want by just flipping the switch to the off position and the axle stops where it is, so they can have the liftaxle like this if the driver want to.

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Looks Great! I like the paint job... although I'm not a big fan of those decals... Are they from the kit?

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No, they are from the Italeri Scania silver griffin showtruck kit.
The decals that came with the kit are destroyed so they are unusable.

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   Nicely done . looks real good from over here .

 

 

Be Well

 Gator

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These are good looking trucks....Very nice work, Man....Gotta get me another one of these....

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Thanks, yes they do look good, only to bad that they are rarely seen on the roads anymore.

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