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Doglover

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  1. I use mostly M2, M3 and M4 allen headed cap screws (Machine Screw) to replace Phillips or JIS self tappers. But then I cut a shallow vertical slot in the last three threads of the cap screw with a Dremel cut-off blade to create a slight tap effect - then use a bit of hand soap for lubrication. Goes in great, doesn't damage the plastic and looks way better.
  2. My other vice is Die-cast cars - over and above my 30+ RC cars. I have 7200 on display in my home - with no duplicates. I have been collecting since I was 8 years old in 1974 - that's 46 Years. All have been taken out of their boxes and are on display. I also build 1/24 and 1/12 scale plastic model cars - usually Tamiya but I have been known to indulge in a Revell as well. We race Associated 18R cars indoors on carpet and I build hyper detailed RC 4x4's, trucks, off-roaders and drift cars. Oh - I also like building working model tugs. My Highlift Hilux tows my Nissan S15 Drift car - with custom made chassis. One of my display cases for my 1/64 diecast. My Austar Ford Bronco with full lighting, flashers, siren and working winch. My other Bronco - cheap eastern chassis with upgraded engine and electronics. My Sand Scorcher Body on a Grasshopper Chassis.
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