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  1. Ok, this is my first foray into an R/C build and it came to a stage for affixing some decals to the chassis. So I watched several youtube videos on the matter and equipped myself with: hobby knife, micro set, detail paint brushes, cotton buds, kitchen towel, reverse action blunt ended tweezers and a dish of warm water. In the videos the decal slid neatly off the backing paper and on to the model where it could be slid into place. That's not quite what happened with me. No matter how long or short I soaked the decal in the water for, all that happened was that the blue backing paper turned into a mush and wouldn't come away from the decal. The three decals I now have on my clod look an embarrassing mess and have stuck on with a varying degree of success. Simple question, where am I going wrong please?
  2. Now the 4x4x4 Blackfoot is up and running my thoughts are turning to what to build next . I quite fancy doing a re re Sand Rover but mounting it on a SRB chassis . I've seen this done on the forums and it looks to be a fairly easy job . Am i right in thinking that basically you cut the tub to fit and bolt it to the existing SRB chassis plate ? Filling the ugly holes is'nt a problem and i think i might have a go at using a repro hilux bench seat to make a rear seat for the buggy as that would look neater then a cooler box ect . I think i'll also have a go at filling the sides and matching them to the body colour as per many of the real buggys . Any hints , tips or advice from anyone who's done this conversion whould be appriciated .
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