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1/35 1 1/2 ton chevrolet truck ww2

January 13 2012 at 1:44 PM
peter regan  (Login ddewey)
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from IP address 86.135.83.132

Hi
Does this truck exist in 1/35, if not is it just the case of chopping the chassis down and losing an axle off a 2 1/2tonnner
Are there any plans or articles on such a conversion.
Not really worried to much about the rear truck bed or for that matter the cab to much as my intention would be to build an Israeli sandwich truck or armoured car.
Sorry dont know much on ww2 trucks.

Edit just did a search and it seems you cant do what i was thinking as you need banjo axles from a duk.
Maybe a dumb question but whats a banjo axle.
Ok off to look for a banjo axle.


Peter


    
This message has been edited by ddewey from IP address 86.135.83.132 on Jan 13, 2012 1:50 PM


 
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  1. Master Production - Yvan Garnier on Jan 13, 2:03 PM
    1. Re: Master Production - peter regan on Jan 13, 2:49 PM
     


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