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Old 11-07-2010, 07:30 PM
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Man Scott that is gonna be one cool conversion. What kinda drive set up are you using?

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That's it for photos.

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Nice build!! I can't imagine working on something that small.
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Thanks Brian, it is a tamiya gearbox that I seal up to keep dirt out.

It is a blast to operate. I didn't want to get it dirty because I might sell it so, I figured loading stone would show how much power and agility it has...I just finished it this afternoon and haven't gotten the hang of running it smoothly yet.

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boy you got some power packed in that lil guy looks good , Scott
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Old 11-07-2010, 08:16 PM
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very nice job i like the tracked skid loaders better than the tired ones but i ran 2 brand new 247 cat track loaders and they was bad in real life the front idlers kept going out they was brand new i trashed 2 in 10 days about caught one on fire cus the track and front boggie or idler was locked up and the forman said to run it lol but yea that is an awsome job on your bruder i like it lol i want one lol
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Thanks ModelMan, it can be tedious.

Thanks Steve, I was surprised how much power it has myself. When I first powered it up the bec from the saber tooth esc wasn't enough to run everything so, I added a 5 volt 5 amp (continuous) bec feeding just the lift and curl.
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Old 11-07-2010, 08:25 PM
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Scott that is insane! It seems to have a lot of power to spare. very nice.

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Very nice conversion, you were pretty smooth on the controls too. Do you mind if I ask about how long it took to do.
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Very nice build as usual Small Haul. You mentioned you might sell it, if you do how much?
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When It comes to conversions scott your the master ..good to see another low cost afordable conversion ...Great job so far...thumbs up
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Thank You Mazdaparts! This isn't a sale thread, I'll shoot you a pm.

Thank You very much Lou!
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Very nice conversion, you were pretty smooth on the controls too. Do you mind if I ask about how long it took to do.
Thanks, it took about 50 hours to build. I spent 2 days just making and figuring out the mounts for the twin bucket curl servos and doing the wiring for them. It took a lot of time figuring out how the get all of the servo power transfered to the lifting arm as well. The more I think about it, it was probably than 50 hours but, I enjoy making these creations it feels like driving powerful little robots when they are done
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I was asked for more info on this build and thought I would just post it up here for everyone to benifit.

Here is a parts list of what I used to build it:


Nomadio Sensor radio
Tamiya gearbox
2 x slotcar motors (tamiya motors are 3.5 volts and fry quickly)
Saber tooth motor controller
5 volt 5 amp (continuous) bec
Hitec Digital HS-7955 TG lift servo
2 x Align Digital DS410M servos for bucket curl
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Nice conversion I still don't see how you guys get all of the necessary components inside one of these little vehicles

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