RC4WD SWB Jeep by Leo'sworkshop

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    • RC4WD SWB Jeep by Leo'sworkshop

      Hi

      this is my new project.....

      RC4WD SWB Jeep the Punisher edition!!

      RC4WD TF2 SWB
      Tamiya Jeep body
      RC4WD over/under transfer case
      RC4WD 1.7 Falken tires
      RC4WD 1.7 wheels
      Crazy Crawler foam
      Axial spur gear
      Italian handmade logos
      and many RC4WD stuff...


      Italian handmade logos





      standard spur gear:



      axial 48dp 80T spur



      new RC4WD OVER/UNDER DRIVE TRANSFER CASE



      new leafspring front mount:



      :wink: Leo

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • daniels wrote:

      I love it - 190 mm? with K44?
      it will soon be revealed... :tumbsup:

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • Hi

      Nex step the interior, and a rollcage.


      a little cut ...



      rollcage



      interior




      battery compartment







      :wink: Leo

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • Hi

      This is a new RC4WD wheels and Falken tires



      it's too narrow ...



      a bit of a makeover and already good...





      before...



      after...



      perfect width...




      and the dashboard...




      :wink: Leo

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • daniels wrote:

      hom many "mm" spacer did you need in the front to clear the K44?
      Hi

      2mm per side... ;)

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • Hi

      original version...




      new version...




      interior...







      sandladder console...




      :wink: Leo

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • Hi

      a new day, new photos of the construction... ;)




      location of electronics ...






      inner fender...






      the rear tract...









      ;) Leo

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • daniels wrote:

      The seats are supper cool!
      How many gramm per seat?
      I'll check your weight tomorrow... ;)

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • daniels wrote:

      The seats are supper cool!
      How many gramm per seat?
      31 gramm ;)

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • Hi

      next step.....

      driver conversion








      exterioir design












      and the interior




      ;) Leo

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • Hi

      I went through the construction again:

      - I rotated the mounting point of the motor so the center of gravity is lower





      - I made the regulators waterproof with a plastidip






      - I put in the RC4WD waterproof steering servo




      - I painted the spare wheel holder and the interior with plastidip




      - the electronics are in place too...




      ;) Leo

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
    • Hi

      maybe .... it could even be ;)

      Axial Yeti STT, Axial RR10 Bomber, Red JK, '53 Dodge M37,
      SCX10 Mercedes G, Jeep Wrangler, VP Jeep G6 Falken
      Vaterra Pajero long, D90 Adventure, Tamiya Pajero
      MST Jeep, GRT05, TT Subaru, Crossrc HC4,

      - HRCCT TEAM DRIVER - RC4WD TEAM DRIVER - CRAZY-CRAWLER TEAM DRIVER -
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