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#148782
The basic "paint" program with Windows can resize pictures (at least the version in Win 8 & 10). It's not the best, but it works :D

BTW, awesome build. Looks like fun!
#148847
I still hate you for all your awesome builds! :P :P :P

You gotta tell me more about this ride. I've been eyeballing it boxed up at Walmart, they haven't uncrated and assembled any. It looks like a perfect platform for modding with a steel frame and suspension that is always a killer to try to properly design. How good/bad is the steering setup? What kind of room does it have for batteries/controllers and such?
#149879
toycrusher wrote: Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:31 am I still hate you for all your awesome builds! :P :P :P

You gotta tell me more about this ride. I've been eyeballing it boxed up at Walmart, they haven't uncrated and assembled any. It looks like a perfect platform for modding with a steel frame and suspension that is always a killer to try to properly design. How good/bad is the steering setup? What kind of room does it have for batteries/controllers and such?
wow, have not been on here since april lol. the steering radius sucks but easy fix by removing the tabs on the steering. pretty good room for upgraded mods. I installed dual 18ah mighty max batteries with a little trimming. overall it is a great model for modding. stock shocks are too stiff. Feel free to ask any other questions.
#149889
I did a build using the Jeep Huracan a while back. I used the guts out of a cheap rc car i picked up online. Foreword and reverse worked as it should. I also used a lieanier actuator for the steering but i guess a ordered the wrong one..the travel it had was great but the speed at which it was geared was incredibly slow which made driving the thing unpleasant. Might I ask which actuator you used.Maybe a brand name and a model or part number? I see yours turns quickly. If I found one that worked as good as yours, i would consider rebuilding the jeep. Thanks for any info you can provide. If you dont have access to them, it's ok. Your video has given me inspiration!! .. Fine work BTW..
#149974
Double0ben wrote: Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:31 pm I did a build using the Jeep Huracan a while back. I used the guts out of a cheap rc car i picked up online. Foreword and reverse worked as it should. I also used a lieanier actuator for the steering but i guess a ordered the wrong one..the travel it had was great but the speed at which it was geared was incredibly slow which made driving the thing unpleasant. Might I ask which actuator you used.Maybe a brand name and a model or part number? I see yours turns quickly. If I found one that worked as good as yours, i would consider rebuilding the jeep. Thanks for any info you can provide. If you dont have access to them, it's ok. Your video has given me inspiration!! .. Fine work BTW..
This is the actuator I use on all our RC conversions
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