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Post by lostdriv3r on Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 22:32

my humble landy is almost done...

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Re: New Landy in the making

Post by Wrigleys on Wed 27 Nov 2013 - 22:44

Good Work! You might wanna find ways to sit the body lower. cheers 
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Re: New Landy in the making

Post by babyboy on Fri 29 Nov 2013 - 6:38

Wow...nice looking landy.
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Re: New Landy in the making

Post by lostdriv3r on Mon 2 Dec 2013 - 21:30

All done...

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Re: New Landy in the making

Post by babyboy on Mon 2 Dec 2013 - 22:01

Very nice indeed. Camel yellow? Just something to take note... you really need to bring down the body as per wrigleys advise. The D90 is very top heavy. It look nice but unless your chassis weight a ton, you will have a lot of roll over. As you will tend to put scale accessories on the roof rack. To help counter this is wheel weight. It helps somewhat and wider tyre. You are using ripsaw tyre... hopefully will balance it out. Make sure you use a screw to hold your side mirror. Glue will not hold. Last but not least have fun and join us for extreme trail.

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Re: New Landy in the making

Post by lostdriv3r on Tue 3 Dec 2013 - 8:37

babyboy wrote:Very nice indeed. Camel yellow? Just something to take note... you really need to bring down the body as per wrigleys advise. The D90 is very top heavy. It look nice but unless your chassis weight a ton, you will have a lot of roll over. As you will tend to put scale accessories on the roof rack. To help counter this is wheel weight. It helps somewhat and wider tyre. You are using ripsaw tyre... hopefully will balance it out. Make sure you use a screw to hold your side mirror. Glue will not hold. Last but not least have fun and join us for extreme trail.

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Yea, am using Camel yellow... The body feels too heavy for this dingo chassis. Will probably need to make more adjustments after a few (dry) trails. The only thing left now is the "driver"... The current figures I have now are either too big or too small...
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