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  1. Have a look at RCP57's tipper bodies, he mounts a lead screw and motor under the body which makes reasonable pace and heavy lifting system. Lead screw can move big loads but it slow so his mechanism fixes this. I will have a look tomorrow if I have any spare brackets, I typically only sell them as a complete ready to install unit to ensure the pinion mesh is correct and gearbox is well greased so tend to buy in bulk and matching quantities.
  2. Cheers! and sorry yea I meant the complete tipper body, I will have a look at the Lesu bodies! Thanks
  3. Tipper is looking good! Do you know which model the body came off? P.S. if you need a finishing panel for the back for the day cab I make them: https://stegs4x4.co.uk/product/kh-day-cab/ hope this helps!
  4. To throw another option into the mix, I used an Axial transmission and a 5mm pinion gear to give me a 2.7:1 reduction transfer box on my King Hauler 6x6 Here are the pics of the casing i designed: https://stegs4x4.co.uk/product/tbox-tamiya3speed/
  5. nice rig where did you get the hex spacers? thanks Nick
  6. i would love to see the result after you have
  7. More turns of the motor = more torque, _____ heat, lower top speed? Bigger wheels = less torque, less heat, higher top speed
  8. well it looks similar to the ta02 and tl01 shocks
  9. nice one... these should work with most tamiya coilovers shouldnt they?
  10. yea i wanted the shaft as a power equaliser haha i was thinkin two twinmotor ta02s back to backed...4 motors 8x8 and 4 wheel steering... thanks Nick
  11. yea i was thinking that...it would be fun though....
  12. i was thinking a rear whole diff and housing on the front and then use the front suspension linkages... but i would want to use the driveshaft like you did the belt... to compensate for extra grip or motor speeds not beings quite equal...
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