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    [sanshi] My new solid axle trophy truck

    HI guys.I'm new here.I have just finished my solid axle trophy truck design work,and I hope to make a shared experience.



    After the design work in 3dsmax,I made some details in CAD and PROE.The first is cancelled the roll cage design. Because roll cage makes vehicle maintenance work of trouble,and the vehicle structure will become unstable.

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    Wow that is impressive, awesome work man!
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    This is the part that will be used


    The main chassis assembly.

    Front suspension arm installation.
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    Looks awesome man! Can't wait to see the final product!
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    Wow dude that's some serious fabrication work will be keeping an eye on this build......peace
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    looks amazing, do you have your own c&c machine and other tools required to do all the fabs or can you do this stuff at your work.

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    Thank you dude. I‘m a game artist,so I can only make it with my spare time... I don't have any C&C machine.All of these parts are outsourced.

    keep going

    Steering bracket
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    4x4! Way to go and looks great!
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    some updates...



    Quote Originally Posted by wfburton159 View Post
    4x4! Way to go and looks great!
    Yeah,I want to add some control performance.

    The mid diff is from HoBao 10sc. In order to link front diff better,I made two shafts.




    Center diff is done

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    i have been staring at the blue piece of that center diff what keeps the output shaft from just free spinning on what would be the blue side of the dif i see the reatiner pin to keep it from pulling through but to me it looks as if the output shaft would spin in its place on the blue piece not giving any power to that side... unless its position is fixed within the blue piece and the pic simply doesn't show this.... could you clarify that for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MooGooLikeIDo View Post
    i have been staring at the blue piece of that center diff what keeps the output shaft from just free spinning on what would be the blue side of the dif i see the reatiner pin to keep it from pulling through but to me it looks as if the output shaft would spin in its place on the blue piece not giving any power to that side... unless its position is fixed within the blue piece and the pic simply doesn't show this.... could you clarify that for me?
    Thanks dude.Here is the pic.

    I changed the center diff output cup to a sharft,the pin is keep it from pulling through the diff.The large bevel gear has a groove so that the pin can lock the gear.and the sharft could get the power..

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    While its not my build I believe the other output shaft gear will fit over the pin using it as a lock mechanism as in a pro line diff.
    The one in the pic sits on a identical pined shaft.
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    Whops took a bit long to post.
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    Cnc motor plate.

    Looks good.

    The center diff drive sharft wooks smooth.


    Quote Originally Posted by billy-bones View Post
    While its not my build I believe the other output shaft gear will fit over the pin using it as a lock mechanism as in a pro line diff.
    The one in the pic sits on a identical pined shaft.
    Whops took a bit long to post.
    It's looks so cool!!!!Can you tell me the manufacturer of the diff?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanshi_x View Post
    It's looks so cool!!!!Can you tell me the manufacturer of the diff?
    Its a hot racing diff made for the pro line transmission, a great upgrade over the plastic ones.
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    do you have a power plant in mind for this beast yet? and if you go big are you going to stay with the stock drive shafts for the front end? sorry for all the questions... i should be patient and watch as things happen... i am just excited for you.. i wish i had the fabrication skills...
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    I love how professional this looks, seems like something you could buy from a store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MooGooLikeIDo View Post
    do you have a power plant in mind for this beast yet? and if you go big are you going to stay with the stock drive shafts for the front end? sorry for all the questions... i should be patient and watch as things happen... i am just excited for you.. i wish i had the fabrication skills...
    Well the truck scale is 1:10,so i choose hobbywing xerun sct pro cambo for the power,motor size is 3656.It doesn't have enough space for the power plant in 1st floor,so i add a second floor for the battery and others equip.sorry for my english.......


    Quote Originally Posted by fls4 View Post
    I love how professional this looks, seems like something you could buy from a store.
    Yeah,the small processing plant‘s craft is better than i thought!!

    Some details

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    How thick is the chassis? Are you going to try to maximize the travel in the front? You may need longer driveshafts for that. Glad to see someone go with 4wd for once, all you see with the 2wd builds like this is just a bunch of fishtailing, they look uncontrollable. Good job and keep it up buddy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sean1214 View Post
    How thick is the chassis? Are you going to try to maximize the travel in the front? You may need longer driveshafts for that. Glad to see someone go with 4wd for once, all you see with the 2wd builds like this is just a bunch of fishtailing, they look uncontrollable. Good job and keep it up buddy!
    Chassis thick is 3mm,aluminum alloy 7075.Yes i want to maximize the travel of the front lower arm.But when steering,the driveshafts will be collide lower arm.so I have to reduce the range of the arm....

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    Looking good man!

    Can't wait to see it finished!

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    Very nice build
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    looking super good man!!!

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    Trailing arms finished.Each trailing arm has three holes,two for the shock and the other one for anti roll bar.

    Trailing arm base.Trailing arm base has a lot of holes,Some can reduce weight and some for DIY.

    The trailing arms connect to the chassis!!

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    Very nice truck thus far.
    Do you have your own cnc mill or just access to one, yours is the nicest trophy build I've seen to date.
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    I also have to compliment your work right now as every single cut looks really clean and the fact that your using black aluminum makes it look sweet! I know earlier in your thread you mentioned that your english isn't the greatest so I was wondering what country your located in. Keep up the great work!
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    [sanshi] My new solid axle trophy truck

    Oh my gosh I can't believe I just found this! This has got to be the cleanest self-fabricated custom build I've ever seen! That is some amazing talent and work you've put in! Keep on going full speed! Looks better than I could ever do with a jigsaw lol. Why rear axle will you be using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sean1214 View Post
    I also have to compliment your work right now as every single cut looks really clean and the fact that your using black aluminum makes it look sweet! I know earlier in your thread you mentioned that your english isn't the greatest so I was wondering what country your located in. Keep up the great work!
    I am a Chinese.hehe

    hi guys This is the newest update!!! The rear axle come from G10.But I don't think that is a good choise.Because the length of G10 axle is a little bit short and the mid lug is not strong enough.G10 axle doesn't include rear diff,so I added a diff from HSP.



    The 2nd floor is finished!haha .The battery fixing block can be very good to fix the battery.
    An anti roll bar bracket is added in the front of 2nd floor.

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    My reaction to seeing these parts lol. It's looking great Sanshi.

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    [sanshi] My new solid axle trophy truck

    Hey sanshi- 1. How and where did you get that g10 axle? 2. What driveshaft is that?
    If that g10 axle doesn't work out for you let me know because I would love to buy it off you. 😁 it's looking really great! Keep up the good work!
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    Still looking amazing! Cleanest solid axle build to date!
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    Dude you need to sell this as a kit!

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    Continue....haha.
    Rear plate thick is 5mm .Also add a lot of weight loss hole.I intend to use double shock in the front of plate.

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    Combined together!!!!!

    The rear anti roll bar.



    Quote Originally Posted by CyconXc View Post
    My reaction to seeing these parts lol. It's looking great Sanshi.

    Thank you CyconXc .Thanks for the encouragement!!

    Quote Originally Posted by seanycool View Post
    Hey sanshi- 1. How and where did you get that g10 axle? 2. What driveshaft is that?
    If that g10 axle doesn't work out for you let me know because I would love to buy it off you. �� it's looking really great! Keep up the good work!
    I bought it from Taobao(a chinese trading website,just like ebay),But it seems as if out of stock.OK,I will do some test first.I redesigned a new rear axle which meet my requirements.
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    Ok thanks that would go along perfect with my trophy truck because it looks really scale and I can't find any others. 😒
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    So all of this is going to be under the body? Sleeper status... Still looking great sanshi! Do I dare ask how much money you have spent on this? It just looks really expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sean1214 View Post
    So all of this is going to be under the body? Sleeper status... Still looking great sanshi! Do I dare ask how much money you have spent on this? It just looks really expensive.
    Yes all of these are under the body. Although it's expensive(nearly $450) but I like to do it very much!!

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    Man you really need to look in to selling this as a kit.

    I would buy one.

    I'm sure many others would to.

    Really it's that nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badmunky View Post
    Man you really need to look in to selling this as a kit.

    I would buy one.

    I'm sure many others would to.

    Really it's that nice!
    Make the kit & they will come (to buy one)

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    Top notch, nice build for sure. Love the black anodized stuff. Great quote above as well, "Make the kit and they will come...."

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    Shock from HR!!

    The fenders are made from a mouse pad.haha

    The final assembly stage!!






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    just amazing man.. just amazing. im spech less...

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