Starting My Bullhead

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SFC K
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Re: Starting My Bullhead

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I have to comment on those models. Both look amazing and the colors on the Stage fright are spot on! Nice work gentlemen!

@ Hardedge the Clod is looking great! I like the wheel and tire choice.
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Thanks. It's getting there. :-)
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Just when I thought I was done with the body and the chassis and could work on the trailer.... I was changing shocks and wheels this morning and saw two small black bits hit the floor.
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That is no fun. A lot of work to replace just one.... :(
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Getting all the metal hangars and what not wasn't fun. ;-) I can replace both tubes with the metal ones I bought or just drill some new holes and mount the hubs on a spare axle I have. A decision that must be slept upon! :?
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