|Feb 18, 2003, 02:36 PM|
I have often thought about their dukw. But I am going to be converting the 1/35 Italeri DUKW. there is plenty of room for some small rc equipment in it. Have you thought about using bruiser components in your Dukw or axles from a Tamiya semi? A front axle could easily be made if you don't care if it has a diferential in it. sealing the driveshafts would be easy. do it like on a real one. there are some detailed pictures on the Web of Dukws in private hands.
|Feb 19, 2003, 03:02 PM|
Re: Deans Marine DUKW
"Liz Batty" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Is any body out there building the Deans Marine DUKW? I would like to
> exchange ideas/suggestions on axles and drive shafts. Thanks.
try Rebel Models I have seen them at exhibitions with this model complete
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