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After the convention it was clear that there is a need for more lighting. Here is the first sketch of blingbling

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17 minutes ago, efferman said:

Here is the first sketch of blingbling

I'd go for single diameter of the top bar. Now you have brick and bar diameter at one time.

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i know. Still searching for a proper solution.

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Seems i found a solution which works in real but not in ldd.

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This truck is awesome!
Did you try the "jaaptechnic style" rims? I think they look much more better on 1:17 trucks.

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Thanks

I dont like the shape of the jaap fenders and iam more flexible with the hinge rims in aspect of colours.

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From this view it looks very nice indeed :thumbup:

 

About removable dead weight platform, I have one question about it (and the answer inclooded between lines): did it aid Ballance (better weight distribution) or vice versa?

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Traction needs weight at the back and without a semitrailer there is a need for dead weight when you want pull a trailer.

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2 hours ago, efferman said:

Traction needs weight at the back and without a semitrailer there is a need for dead weight when you want pull a trailer.

Then there is nothing against it, and with it it looks more "finished" Moc. 

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A ballast carrier for a truck like this is a good idea. Virtually every heavy haulage truck I have seen has a ballast box, or at least an option for one. Are you going to add a tarp roof and other details to the box?

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Only a naked Platform i think, but iam floating actually between tiltable and solid sidewalls. with a acceptable opening angle a sidewall would be only mounted at two studs. Is the opening feature a reason enough to accept a non solid solution?

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Scania 10x4 6 SLT Bordwand by Michael Wirth, auf Flickr

 

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Scania 10x4 6 SLT mit Ballastpritsche fake colours by Michael Wirth, auf Flickr

 

edit² small Colour swap

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55 minutes ago, efferman said:

Small Picture of 86 Tires and 7999 Parts

 

Scania 10x4 6 SLT mit Ballastpritsche und module by Michael Wirth, auf Flickr

Btw, The Model files are at Custombricks for making instructions

If you put Saturn V on it then you will need new transparent: "Houston we have a problem" :laugh:

...but it looks outstanding :thumbup:

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