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Old 03-10-2017, 11:36 AM
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I just watched a couple of videos on http://www.joskin.com/?page=transpor...7&user_lang=en and from what I saw it(the 1:1 version of what this one is modelled off of) works pretty much exactly like I described so I don't see why with a little fine tuning on linkages that the model would be any different.
Exactly what I was going to say

I think I have a bit to much steering angle at the moment but with a bit of tweaking should be spot on.

As for "Extreme Terrain" Joe, its not a rock crawler
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Hi Stuart

Looking good man looking good cannot wait to see it in action.
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Been awhile but made some progress:





first hydraulic test: video

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Good to see you're back at it. Any more pics from the ones missing on the first page?
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Good to see you're back at it. Any more pics from the ones missing on the first page?
Have you seen the link that Bo Wallen posted about the photobucket workaround? It worked for me.

Some more progress:










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Very nice work, great to see something out of the ordinary. Who's hydraulics are you using?
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I like it! it's looking good.
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24Bar... will you be putting compression collars on your fittings upon final assembly?
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Very nice work, great to see something out of the ordinary. Who's hydraulics are you using?
Thank you, I'm using a combination of Magom and Chinese stuff.

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24Bar... will you be putting compression collars on your fittings upon final assembly?
Yes Joe I will, they're sitting in a bag on the bench, I put one on the cylinder lift pipe then forgot the others doh!

Mind you, whilst setting the pressure relief I had it up to 30+ bar with no issues...but for piece of mind I will fit them.

Do you think it needs them on the return side?

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now it REALLY does look like something. This thang will be an when completed!
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Return side? Yes, you will max pressure when cyl deadheads for a second or two... might get away with it for 20 - 50 lifts, but that hyd line is always ever so little ballooning with pressure... better safe than oil spraying everywhere, no fun to clean up.

When you disassemble for paint, do you cut the hose off the barb or force-ably pull it off? ...I always split the hose with a #11 knife off the barb.

What's the loading height of your box from the ground?
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Return side? Yes, you will max pressure when cyl deadheads for a second or two... might get away with it for 20 - 50 lifts, but that hyd line is always ever so little ballooning with pressure... better safe than oil spraying everywhere, no fun to clean up.

When you disassemble for paint, do you cut the hose off the barb or force-ably pull it off? ...I always split the hose with a #11 knife off the barb.

What's the loading height of your box from the ground?
No your right, been there, done that!
So ok I'll fit to all the 3mm hoses.

Yes I have to cut them off the barb with a craft knife, no way you can pull them off, once they're on they're on.

Loading height is 185mm
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now it REALLY does look like something. This thang will be an when completed!
Thanks skeeter, not sure what you meant to say it will be though lol.

Started the tail gate:

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LOL, yeah, I make a LOT of typos

SHOULD have read that thing will be AWESOME when completed. SOMEHOW, that part got deleted as I was typing it. I HATE them keyboard hotkey things. I DON'T even realize that I've accidently hit one of them, or for that matter what combination of keys I hit to make ti do that!
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LOL, yeah, I make a LOT of typos

SHOULD have read that thing will be AWESOME when completed. SOMEHOW, that part got deleted as I was typing it. I HATE them keyboard hotkey things. I DON'T even realize that I've accidently hit one of them, or for that matter what combination of keys I hit to make ti do that!
Ha ha, I know what you mean lol.

Got the front end done, just the sides left to do then glue it all together:



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