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378 Pete daycab with lowboy

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now my 378 Pete daycab 220' wheel base with modified lowboy

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Very nice work!!!!!!!!!!!

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Looks good nice paint

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Looks good and clean

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Nice.

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thanks all for your visits

now some pics of the building of this Pete

air tubbing for suspension

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to be continued

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awesome man, nice work!

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now the tank tubes and the air tubes made with electrical cable

the air tank are all polished aluminium rods

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scratching rear panel, (not reel but correct for me)

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gasoline tank fixation

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so have a good day, its time to go to bed in France

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Absolutely outstanding attention to detail on that chassis! The first photo looked good, but those in-progress shots are really inspirational.

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Pretty cool.

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Wow now that is a stunning rig you built there. I love the finished picture's ,but thank you for sharing the in progress shot's. Those tank's look really nice, so do the strap's. I was wondering what you used for the side stack's? Really nice job, thank's for sharing.

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now the cab with wood floor and openned door

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Amazing job

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thanks for your comments!

now the air filters

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to be continued

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Awsume build and great detail....

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Wow now that is a stunning rig you built there. I love the finished picture's ,but thank you for sharing the in progress shot's. Those tank's look really nice, so do the strap's. I was wondering what you used for the side stack's? Really nice job, thank's for sharing.

hy

for the side stacks ,I use aluminum tube diameter 8mm and polish and polish and polish with Belgom alu

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and now the cab protection (home made)

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have a good day

it's 9 am in france

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Awesome job!

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Wow, that is soms serious plumping. Great truck

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You used screen door mesh for the filter housings? :rolleyes: what did you use for the tank straps. GREAT WORK

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Very nice detail!

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You used screen door mesh for the filter housings? :rolleyes: what did you use for the tank straps. GREAT WORK

hi Mike

for the filter housing ,I use sheets of Tamiya Tank Mesh and for the tank strap, I use wine bottle head clothes (lol I am french!)

have à good day

Thierry

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Thanks for the info. Keep me posted on the progress. Thierry. Nice work!!! :rolleyes:

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