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Old 07-27-2018, 10:53 PM
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How's this for a project?

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This is a M548, a cold war cargo truck used until today

My project it's kind of ambitious with scratchbuilt body and well,almost everything else, real 1/10 (25cm x 58cm,replica suspension system)

Do you like to see it?
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Old 07-28-2018, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by JulliPolas View Post
How's this for a project?

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This is a M548, a cold war cargo truck used until today

My project it's kind of ambitious with scratchbuilt body and well,almost everything else, real 1/10 (25cm x 58cm,replica suspension system)

Do you like to see it?
heck yeah I'd like to see it. Tracked non combat vehicles are great. Halftracks are even better 😁
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Old 07-28-2018, 07:32 AM
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I know someone that owns one of these and drives it around the back country streets on evenings lol.
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Originally Posted by RichJohnson View Post
I know someone that owns one of these and drives it around the back country streets on evenings lol.
Must be fun although they aren't very stealth at night with that diesel 2 stroke that sounds awesome
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Ok guys... I've started this some time ago and kept it in a restrict circle until i see i could pull it through

Backstory: a 1/10 Unimog build was in a standstill, needed more fabrication and the motivation had died off. One night, saw the ad for a mobile war game featuring a curious looking tracked truck. Did some research and fell in love for a truck so ugly that's almost russian
Talked to a coworker(ex-military) about it and not only my country has them but he rode one while in service

To the build!

Because this truck was a side affair, tried to go slowly, only to see where it would lead

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First cuts:

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the nose:

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Test fit:

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Back to the nose:

The 1:1 has 2 headlight clusters, containing regular headlights, blacklights for stealthiness, horn, blinkers,etc(depends on the variant). on mine I went for regular lights, red lights to simulate the blacklights and horn

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Tought in machine them but 3d print makes it easier,machined only the housing and the lenses were cut from 1:1 car lights:

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Old 07-29-2018, 02:53 PM
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The running gear will be metal heng long gearboxes:

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They came with tiny motors(280 or 370) so I had to adapt them to 540 motors. Seemed easier, one done:

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This running gear is perfect for this truck. 2 gearboxes with 1 motor each seems that would take too much space but no:

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They sit perfectly under the cab floor like the 1:1 and the bottom of the gearboxes align perfectly with the underside

The complete running gear it's 2 motors, 2 ESCs, 1 battery . I was afraid of having to buy a stick radio like all tank guys have but I've tinkered with my usual radio that offers 4 mixing slots and have found the perfect way. Progressive control in both throtle and steering
They I found that a V-tail mixer from airplanes allows to use any grip radio.
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Old 07-29-2018, 03:32 PM
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I really like what you are doing to build this vehicle. My favorite variant of this is the M727 Hawk missile carrier; I always thought it had a cool factor that few other vehicles did. Keep going - I am enjoying your build thoroughly!
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Old 07-30-2018, 04:26 AM
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Originally Posted by sassgrunt View Post
I really like what you are doing to build this vehicle. My favorite variant of this is the M727 Hawk missile carrier; I always thought it had a cool factor that few other vehicles did. Keep going - I am enjoying your build thoroughly!
Thanks! It's really an cool looking truck. Tracks make anything cooler

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Added the side windows
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these rear vents:
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Most of the m548 I've seen online(and the ones on our national army) have canvas top but i found that are hardtop variants and knew right away that's the best option:

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so, stacked a couple of layers of pvc and tried to do the round corner windows

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Old 07-31-2018, 12:03 PM
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This is the passenger door:

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I wasn't planning on opening doors but someone ( ) convinced to do them and being honest,looks better and helps with the interior

Next, I progress on the "dash",the real one is barebones,military style



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Mine it's not 100% accurate but after paint and details, I think it will look good enough

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The dials extend to the other side of the sheet metal ,will have wires behind to simulate the connections and only the tip of the LEDs will be showing
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Old 07-31-2018, 10:26 PM
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Very interesting project. Good scale!

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Thanks! It's an odd scale for a tracked vehicle but it's doable and will look good on the side of my other truck, also 1/10


Made the passenger bench
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Bishop seems to like it

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Old 08-01-2018, 12:19 PM
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started the roof:

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It's far from finished but I need to sort out the interior before gluing the roof and give the final touches

Did the tailgate too:

On the 1:1:
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I assumed that the tailgate can be opened to both sides so I went with it

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Closed:
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One way....
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...or another
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Old 08-02-2018, 04:10 AM
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After some thought if I 3d print the traction wheels or machine them, went for the 3d print because of their complex shape

the 1:1
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Mine have more teeth because of the different design of the tracks

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Unfortunately, miss the teeth pitch and it doesn't lock properly with the track. Back to the drawing board to modify the teeth....
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Old 08-02-2018, 08:51 AM
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Nice progress and looks great so far!!!
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Originally Posted by MAUS45 View Post
Nice progress and looks great so far!!!
Thanks! The most interesting stuff it's yet to come

Small stuff, added the steps:

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I sanded them better after these photos

And because sometimes photos can't show the proper size of scale trucks, there's something for reference :

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Old 08-03-2018, 04:26 AM
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Had the chance to make the hull. Had to bent a 0.8mm aluminium sheet and now with the angle grinder I'm making the last bends. Rivets to hold the corners and epoxy to reinforceThe truck it's very dirty because of handling it at the shop to fit the hull

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Gearboxes in place:
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Not having the "hull" done, delayed progressing on the body. With the hull, everything is figured out.Another view of it,to show better how much space it has for transmission and eletronic

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Was planing to do these "fenders" as part of the hull but they were looking bad:Click image for larger version

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This section was also to be in aluminium but because the hull is removable, there will be gaps showing, so I enclosed it in PVC. Now it's easier to add details
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Then, made this bulkhead(?) with service panels for the engine
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Old 08-04-2018, 03:43 AM
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This time didn't do much visible. Lots of sanding and trimming. The most visible chance was the floor of the cargo bay. Had the piece cut from the beginning and now it found it's place


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Maybe some magnets to close properly:
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Tailgate on:

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Old 08-04-2018, 01:26 PM
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This is awesome! Nice to see another build on the forum.
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Originally Posted by philipat View Post
This is awesome! Nice to see another build on the forum.
Thanks! This is my first tracked vehicle and second scratchbuilt body

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I was figuring out how to close the doors. Seems to work this way: (animated GIF)
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I wasn't liking the squareness of the rear. Looking at more photos, realize that was a mistake. Redone it with angled sides:

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Got the cushions for the seats:
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The footrests:
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And the levers to steer:

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Tried running a gearbox on the hull. The gearbox is loud and the metal hull amplify that. Guess I'm not needing a sound generator
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Old 08-06-2018, 10:45 PM
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Hi,

I had trouble solving how to do these small mounts for straps:

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Well,the easier way was designing them and print:

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This mounts are for holding tools on the 1:1. An axe, picaxe,sledgehammer and shovel. Quit of doing the picaxe because there wasn't enough space for it

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Old 08-06-2018, 11:28 PM
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Very cool!

Where did you get the Villam Defoe figure!

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Originally Posted by Tanque View Post
Very cool!

Where did you get the Villam Defoe figure!

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It's Bishop from the Alien movies. 7" figure from Neca
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Old 08-07-2018, 07:44 AM
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Lance Henriksen? Ok I can see that...
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I believe the pickaxe was carried with the head separated from the handle. I'm sure if you try hard enough you can squeeze it in there somewhere.
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