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R.C. Truck - For My 7mm/ft Layout - 1:43 Scale
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 Posted: Wed Feb 28th, 2018 12:26 pm
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Have a look at this folks, post #97 for the video.

I know how he does it, he has this miniaturisation machine,
and reduces himself to 1 inch tall, so he is working with full size components!

http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/96611-radio-controlled-road-vehicles-on-upper-benllech/page-4




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The next step is to make those FPV and use some goggles.









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What I don't get is why someone doesn't think to offer converted vehicles in popular scales
(O and HO for example, as I doubt you'd be able to do this in N)
that are drivable like this.

I don't have the technical skills to do that work myself but I sure would buy a vehicle in O scale
(assuming it fit in my layout's concept)
and would be willing to pay a few extra bucks for something that works well, out of the box.




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I've been making a couple of tipper lorries in 1:43

https://youtu.be/9O2wsk2jfM4


But also a variety of 1:76 scale vehicles, all with clear load-beds,
using 6mm diameter gearmotors (And Deltang Rx41).

https://youtu.be/XXKtGtv4Osc


A fully working 1:43 radio controlled forklift,
with mast tilt and differential, was completed last year.

https://youtu.be/PjuPWFnlrPw


Best regards

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