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Post by wyetuck88 on Mon 28 May 2012 - 18:53


I drew up some Sketches of the land rover series 2


Made a Template


Test Fitting the front fender





See how the mock up looks like





Our Friendly postman bought some gifts.

mock up and test fit



Steering consist of a servo, a master cylinder and a slave cylinder. The servo will
push or pull the master cylinder using a push rod and in
turn push the slave cylinder which is connected to the steering linkages and turn the wheels left and right
Here, the master cylinder will be fitted in where the motor used to be.

Thanks for reading!!!


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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by boolean21 on Mon 28 May 2012 - 18:59

Idea... Those are mess tins right?
Looking forward to updates. Smile

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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by wyetuck88 on Mon 28 May 2012 - 19:01

boolean21 wrote:Idea... Those are mess tins right?
Looking forward to updates. Smile

Bingo!!!!
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by RTECH on Mon 28 May 2012 - 19:09

Very Happy May i know wat u use to pump the hydraulic cylinder?
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by wyetuck88 on Mon 28 May 2012 - 19:12

RTECH wrote: Very Happy May i know wat u use to pump the hydraulic cylinder?

just a servo controlling a master cylinder.
I can get micro pumps but they just wouldnt create enough presure.
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by Teck on Mon 28 May 2012 - 19:30

Steering consist of a servo, a master cylinder and a slave cylinder. The servo willpush or pull the master clyinder using a push rod and in turn push the slave cylinder which is connected to the stering linkages. Here, the master cylinder will be fitted in where the motor used to b
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Post by oceanic on Mon 28 May 2012 - 19:35

Teck wrote:Steering consist of a servo, a master cylinder and a slave cylinder. The servo willpush or pull the master clyinder using a push rod and in turn push the slave cylinder which is connected to the stering linkages. Here, the master cylinder will be fitted in where the motor used to b
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by ket2175 on Mon 28 May 2012 - 19:40

Woh me catch no ball leh, but is damn interesting.
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by RTECH on Mon 28 May 2012 - 19:42

Teck wrote:Steering consist of a servo, a master cylinder and a slave cylinder. The servo willpush or pull the master clyinder using a push rod and in turn push the slave cylinder which is connected to the stering linkages. Here, the master cylinder will be fitted in where the motor used to b
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by wyetuck88 on Mon 28 May 2012 - 19:50

sorry sorry, I will rephrase it.

I have two cylinders connected to each other. So when i compress one the other will extend right? Likewise when i extend out one the other will retract right?

Now i use a servo to do the compressing motion, the principle still stay the same right?

The good thing is that I can just add a third cylinder and I can have rear wheel steering.
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by Teck on Mon 28 May 2012 - 20:20

R u going to use does 2.2 rockcrawling wheel n tire?i think 1.9 will look more scale n don't think u need back wheel turn if u making a scale rig
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by wyetuck88 on Mon 28 May 2012 - 20:30

hmm body is base on 2.2 tires, I see how it goes, I need to borrow a set of 1.9 wheels to see if it still fits the body.
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by Liew on Mon 28 May 2012 - 20:36

wyetuck88 wrote:sorry sorry, I will rephrase it.

I have two cylinders connected to each other. So when i compress one the other will extend right? Likewise when i extend out one the other will retract right?

Now i use a servo to do the compressing motion, the principle still stay the same right?

The good thing is that I can just add a third cylinder and I can have rear wheel steering.
scratch
Can take pic show how it connect ? I don know how hydraulic steering Work confused
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by wyetuck88 on Mon 28 May 2012 - 20:39

hmm pics will be up within this week Parts are still on the way.
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by Teck on Mon 28 May 2012 - 21:00

Haha Liew i think u have to ask him how much he pay for the cylinder first
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by Liew on Mon 28 May 2012 - 21:45

Better don ask ! I use $10 servo enough Liao Very Happy
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by laneboysrc on Mon 28 May 2012 - 23:00

Most interesting!

Just great how the mess tins fit. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to see more photos of your build!
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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by wyetuck88 on Tue 29 May 2012 - 0:50

Teck wrote:Haha Liew i think u have to ask him how much he pay for the cylinder first

haha you will be surprised, not more then 12 usd. Ebay your best friend. In my final mod (tilting suspension) I will use up to cylinder with 75mm stroke.
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Post by wyetuck88 on Fri 1 Jun 2012 - 22:10

A little update

Had a busy week so havent really progress much. Only have time to buy some fittings

I fixed up the slave cylinder with some rubber bushing



Bought the connectors for the slave cylinder


Mr Post man bought the U joints the motor is now connected to the drive shaft. the rod is a bit loose need to replace it later


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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by Liew on Fri 1 Jun 2012 - 23:01

Take a video on steering when done !
Looks good
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Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 0:26

Liew wrote:Take a video on steering when done !
Looks good

Sure!!! Thanks!
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Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 0:26

time for some updates.

I extended the links today with some pcb thread thing. Not sure whats the term for them

Back

Front

Bought some 2mm aluminium sheets and work on it over the past few days...

Face plate, Please ignore the ugly drawings. I am still trying to draw out the correct
Dimension, Right now I only have photos to depend on. The angle of the photo shot is a real nightmare
for me to get a correct faceplate.


What I have work on over the past few days. The body, Left and right are done. they are held together by epoxy for now.


Body with face plate


Body panel. Cut out the windows today


Mock up of what the whole truck is gonna be like.


still missing the roof and hood.

Right now its about 55% done. Still need lots of work. I will focus on
getting the shape out first, Detailing will come later.

Thanks for reading!

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Post by boolean21 on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 0:36

looking good!

can see the shape of the series 2 landy liao... Smile
seems like completion date is nearing! Smile

nice work!

do post some photos of your tools too! Smile

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Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 0:47

boolean21 wrote:looking good!

can see the shape of the series 2 landy liao... Smile
seems like completion date is nearing! Smile

nice work!

do post some photos of your tools too! Smile

Thank you! Right now its just a jigsaw an angle grinder with cutting attachment and a mini bench top drill.

Very Happy
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Post by boolean21 on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 0:51

wyetuck88 wrote:
boolean21 wrote:looking good!

can see the shape of the series 2 landy liao... Smile
seems like completion date is nearing! Smile

nice work!

do post some photos of your tools too! Smile

Thank you! Right now its just a jigsaw an angle grinder with cutting attachment and a mini bench top drill.

Very Happy

what blades do you use for the jigsaw to cut aluminium?
possible to cut irregular shapes on 3mm or 4mm aluminium sheets using jigsaw?

do you clamp them down onto MDF or wooden planks when cutting?
thanks for the info.

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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 0:59

boolean21 wrote:
wyetuck88 wrote:
boolean21 wrote:looking good!

can see the shape of the series 2 landy liao... Smile
seems like completion date is nearing! Smile

nice work!

do post some photos of your tools too! Smile

Thank you! Right now its just a jigsaw an angle grinder with cutting attachment and a mini bench top drill.

Very Happy

what blades do you use for the jigsaw to cut aluminium?
possible to cut irregular shapes on 3mm or 4mm aluminium sheets using jigsaw?

do you clamp them down onto MDF or wooden planks when cutting?
thanks for the info.

just use those normal blades for cutting metal. those with small teeths and a relative high rpm speed.
3mm to 4mm thick aluminum is very thick liao!!! Shocked are You building amour for your truck or new project a tank? haha. should be able to. Just need more time thats all.

I dont have a clamp at home. so I hold the work material on one hand and the jigsaw on the other hand.
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Post by boolean21 on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 1:19

wyetuck88 wrote:
boolean21 wrote:
wyetuck88 wrote:
boolean21 wrote:looking good!

can see the shape of the series 2 landy liao... Smile
seems like completion date is nearing! Smile

nice work!

do post some photos of your tools too! Smile

Thank you! Right now its just a jigsaw an angle grinder with cutting attachment and a mini bench top drill.

Very Happy

what blades do you use for the jigsaw to cut aluminium?
possible to cut irregular shapes on 3mm or 4mm aluminium sheets using jigsaw?

do you clamp them down onto MDF or wooden planks when cutting?
thanks for the info.

just use those normal blades for cutting metal. those with small teeths and a relative high rpm speed.
3mm to 4mm thick aluminum is very thick liao!!! Shocked are You building amour for your truck or new project a tank? haha. should be able to. Just need more time thats all.

I dont have a clamp at home. so I hold the work material on one hand and the jigsaw on the other hand.

i see i see... thanks for the info!

thinking of cutting the 3mm / 4mm aluminium and use for the ladder frame for scale trucks build....

thought the aluminium sheet will vibrate if not clamped down and cut together with the wood... will try it someday when i add a jigsaw into my toolbox.. Smile

looking forward to updates! Smile

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Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 1:34



Np!!! oh yes I am also thinking of making a ladder chassis. But I am thinking of making it like the real thing with aluminum C brackets...

the Problem I face working without clamps is when the blade is stuck at the gaps the whole material moves with the blade like a huge chopping machine...Trick is to squeeze and release the trigger in one second intervals and its very important to move in a straight line. well, if you have a clamp then everything should be easier. Very Happy
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Post by oceanic on Thu 7 Jun 2012 - 7:55

Nicely done! cheers

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Re: wyetuck88's Land Rover Series 2 SWB build thread

Post by boolean21 on Fri 8 Jun 2012 - 0:26

yo bro...

where did you buy this?



the "yoke to yoke" adapter? is it a 5mm rod that you use to link up from the motor to the pinion?

thanks

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