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    Quote Originally Posted by stevetate12 View Post
    Sweet....ill be watching.....need to learn to make/ braze bars for a 6x6 military truck I have in mind

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    What truck/cab are you thinking on making?

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    I have a bruder cab over Mercedes actros cab with a flat bed laying around screaming at me to make a military vehicle.....lol

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    Cool

    Start cutting it up!!!!!


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    Hehe.....i will...dunno if its gonna be 6x6 or 4x4....i have a pair of komodo axles that would look killer under it....

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    Getting the body close to done for now, interior is getting shipped from Alabama tomorrow, tube work will be started soon. Then the fun job of cutting a perfectly good TF2 chassis to reduce the length. Unless someone has another chassis to trade for it, otherwise it gets the hacksaw treatment. Maybe I will post up an ad on RCC??



    Just had to get it close to an accurate Blazer. Probably will be my signature OD with a black hood and minimal tube work, that actually fits the body to keep it from being to top heavy.

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    More done




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    Nice tube work what did you use?

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    Steel was from Lowes, brass was from Hobby Lobby (cheaper than Trains N Lanes or HobbyClown) Harris Safety-Silv #45


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    Solid steel and brass tube?.....would brake line work too?

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    This is solid rod, brake line works, but I only use it for certain things. I can get tighter bends with solid. The flat stock is brass.



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