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Chassis

February 6 2009 at 7:21 AM
Aidrian Bridgeman-Sutton  (Login Mad_Dan_Eccles)
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Response to The Fordson project

Gilles

What you have done so far is fabulous.

I do have one question - why did you choose to use a Tamiya chassis? As far as I can tell the Rubio frame is more like a Fordson than an Rolls, at least in the area around the rear suspension where its most visible

Aidrian


 
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  1. Chassis - Gilles Thomas on Feb 6, 10:07 AM
    1. Very nice! - Erik Ahlström on Feb 6, 12:59 PM
    2. And the wheels? They look like hard work - Aidrian Bridgeman-Sutton on Feb 8, 3:49 PM
      1. Wheels and tyres - Gilles Thoms on Feb 9, 2:34 PM
      2. Wheels and tyres - Gilles Thoms on Feb 9, 2:34 PM
     


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