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Old 05-01-2021, 12:28 PM   #101
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Nice print👍
My printers printing more flag holders that clamp to roof support to hold small American flags. Bunch of fellow campers want them for Memorial parade up camp ground😊
Keep it printing! The one skill I've gained that I most appreciated from this build is confidence in modeling in 3D. Was even excited when I got to make a mount for the light bar since had something new to draw. 2nd mount is printing so can test fit this evening.

Note to anyone else using front air shocks on the front. Trim the bottom of the shock cover. Couldn't figure out what was holding my shocks back from full lift, bottom of cover was catching on the shock mounts (since they're outside axle now) which stretched the front holes. Glad these light bar mounts will cover it up, although the wide flange head bolts I used covers it up already.
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Old 05-02-2021, 12:32 AM   #102
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New walk around video, this time with a gimbal.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VP2fQLCOMyA

Test fit the light bar with my brackets, all mounted as expected. Need to tweak a little bit and do a final print. I'll never use the strobe part but it is cool option, especially when it strobes alternating the white and amber.

Tinting the clear taillight lens with VHT Nightshades I had laying around. Only 2 coats, will wet sand and clear tomorrow.

Quick logo for the flat bottom suede steering wheel. Will definitely redo the center cap logos to be an outline. I'm considering getting some "domed" vinyl logos made for the steering wheel, maybe center caps since they're all the same except for size. By domed, it's the type they add a clear epoxy over the vinyl for a 3D look.
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Old 05-04-2021, 05:32 AM   #103
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Great build man. Loving the turn signals!
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Old 05-04-2021, 06:56 AM   #104
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Great build man. Loving the turn signals!
Thanks! Reading your build was definitely motivation behind mine
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Old 05-04-2021, 07:02 AM   #105
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Decided to test out an overlay for the rocker emblems
Not a fan, at least or gloss black. May try again with satin and less offset so more black and less orange than the pic.

Updated the center cap logo to an outline.

Smoked taillights installed. Also made some vinyl overlays for the LED reflector face. Idea behind it is to darken the lens a tad more without affecting light output
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Old 05-09-2021, 01:05 AM   #106
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Finally bought some new batteries for the cart, $420. Others still worked fine since I replaced acid earlier this year, but they are still on their last leg (battery date 5/16). Sam's had $20 off per battery so couldn't pass it up the opportunity Obviously not Trojans, but all we do is cruise around my neighborhood and these should suffice for now. After a charge we put little over 8 miles on them today.

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