Model: (Click to see more) 58232: Juggernaut
Status: Project
Date: 28-Sep-2010
Comments: 19
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Dazza1

28-Sep-2010

It looks really nice .But it looks like it is bending in the middle tho imo.

trf_414_m2

28-Sep-2010

Beautiful.....

Zeus&Hera

28-Sep-2010

Looks great !!

gozone

28-Sep-2010

Well, if you´re going to do a 'slammed' version, do it with 'hydraulics', so it can raise and lower. Also remember on a proper 'slammed' og 'bagged' truck, the wheels are inside the arches, or it wont get low enough. The chassis must scrape the paving at lowest settings.

Also, remember flashing strobe-lights, darker windows, and loose the rollbar.
But the idea is neat for sure!!..

Cheers..
Michael

brendogs

28-Sep-2010

that is a superb truck looks real very nice work great scale nice paint work love this one have fun

mongoose1983

28-Sep-2010

Looks pretty good.

Toykid

29-Sep-2010

I think it looks great, and if you use an XC chassis and get it this low it will be awesome

Henk4Focus

29-Sep-2010

Neat idea. I would not use the rollbar though.

RallyeBaz

29-Sep-2010

Looks awesome - Love that stance

wilson

29-Sep-2010

Looks great!!

pom144

29-Sep-2010

i'm using a mixture of tl01 and m03 chassis' and parts under clod , blackfoot xtreme and brat shells at the moment , the different length m03 chassis joiners are one of tamiyas greatest inventions , added to favourites , cheers

eichkay

29-Sep-2010

Loose the light bar it looks out of place ive never seen a slammed truck with a row of lights across the top..

Fernado Alonso

29-Sep-2010

low-riderI like it

CASE1

29-Sep-2010

very interesting!

def4x4

29-Sep-2010

Low ride Ford, looks awesome!

djderk

30-Sep-2010

Looks great as a street machine. But you do need to loose the roll bar and tuck the wheels under the arches like others have said. If you use plasic card you could highten the rear bed which will then give you more room to slam her down on the deck.

djderk

30-Sep-2010

beetleman

1-Oct-2010

Cool. What chassis do you intend to use?

neobrunox

2-Oct-2010

Thanks for all cool comments, i will try this on a modified CC01 chassis with short dampers


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