Attex Lil-Monster Truck

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    That looks great. Seeing an Attex on such large tires really messes with your head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    That looks great. Seeing an Attex on such large tires really messes with your head.
    Oh hell I like just about anything on bigger tyres....trucks, six wheelers etc.

    I sure do like what you've done on this.
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    Split/foot shifters

    A while back there was some discussion here about shifting a T-20 with your feet. I thought it was a good idea and promised to incorporate it into my next build.
    Here are some teaser photos.....sorry about the green, but it is Christmas time and it sounded like a good idea to mix with the red

    Seat flips up for easy access.
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    Pretty cool Jim.
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    Teaser is right. C'mon show us the foot pedal concept so we can start copying it already. That's going to be really nice!

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    That looks like it is going to be fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMeg View Post
    Teaser is right. C'mon show us the foot pedal concept so we can start copying it already. That's going to be really nice!
    Here you are Joe: [IMG][/IMG]
    I wanted the pedals in front of the sticks so they were out of the way in normal driving

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    And this is how I fixed the issue of all the wrong sized holes in the wrong places on the dash.

    Before: [IMG][/IMG]

    After: [IMG][/IMG]

    The latest issue I've had is getting the new headlights into the holes.....WOW what a tight fit. Maybe it's just because the rubber grommets are old and stiff, anybody got a source for new ones? I gave up on trying to do it by myself, it's going to take an extra set of hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebuggyman1 View Post
    The latest issue I've had is getting the new headlights into the holes.....WOW what a tight fit. Maybe it's just because the rubber grommets are old and stiff.

    Have you tried setting them in some hot water for a few minutes? That softens them right up. The 'Truck is looking great Jim. 'Can't wait to see it in person next year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydromike View Post
    Have you tried setting them in some hot water for a few minutes? That softens them right up. The 'Truck is looking great Jim. 'Can't wait to see it in person next year...
    And then use a hair dryer. It takes a bit of manipulating to get it in sometimes.........that line is the often the first sentence of some of my "not so PG rated" stories.
    "Looks like you have a problem with your 4 wheeler........you're missin' two wheels there"

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    Nice work on the shifters the dash looks familiar kinda like a attex ox ....lol excellent job

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