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    anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    I needed a short break after hours and hours of sanding.....so I took my leftovers box , my welding maschine and rest of tubes and built this three wheeler.
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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    nice!! Going for that vintage Morgan look??

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    What parts did you use for the front end and what scale is it?

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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    Thank you! The driver is 1:3,5 ,my favorite scale.... for the look ? no idea at this time, but i guess it will be a modern design, with a brushless engine behind the driver. the front end is 1/5 scale from FG.

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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    Veeeery cool! Hoping to see more of this What are those wheels from? Is it just hub caps on stock FG Truck-wheels or something maybe?
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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    Thanks Lars! the wheels are from 1/4 yankee with a plastic disk and billet alloy hubcaps.


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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    Ok. I think they are very nice and cool in all their simplicity
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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    ORIGINAL: fibergless

    I needed a short break after hours and hours of sanding.....so I took my leftovers box , my welding maschine and rest of tubes and built this three wheeler.

    That's a good looking start fibergless.. are you going after the Can-am trike look?
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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    What a nice maschine my friend

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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    Thank you Mudgy! yes the can-am design is a good idea, just the difference that the driver is sitting inside the body in my case

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    RE: anyone in R/C Three wheeler?

    Thank you Martin!



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