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Narrowing the re re Holiday Buggy 2 years 4 months ago #68852

Thought about this thread the other day, when I saw another set of printed arms and parts to narrow the DT02 Holiday Buggy
TAMIYA HOLIDAY BUGGY (DT-02) : Sus Arm & Wheel for conversion to 1980 original look by miniguy71 - Thingiverse
I buy kits to built and ru(i)n them :-)
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Narrowing the re re Holiday Buggy 2 years 4 months ago #68892

Thanks Silver, really nice mod there. Seems that the TT-01 dogbones are the ones to use as referens when measuring out the rest like the arms. I've not done anything to my Holiday Buggy yet, I've been too busy with motorcycling. However with winter coming I'll be doing more inhouse hobbies.
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Narrowing the re re Holiday Buggy 1 year 2 months ago #73260

And here's how it's done.

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Narrowing the re re Holiday Buggy 1 year 2 months ago #73261

That's the same mod he used to do the Holiday Buggy :)
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Narrowing the re re Holiday Buggy 1 year 2 months ago #73262

Yes. He prints the parts himself too. I'd like to get into that 3D-printing myself but cannot yet motivate to make room for the printer.

I think this is the video with the Holiday Buggy:

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Narrowing the re re Holiday Buggy 1 year 2 months ago #73263

The parts for the file are available on Thingiverse or cults3D... And you may get them printed by online printer services. With the file you may go to craftcloud3D.com where you upload the file and they will indicate material, finish and prices with multiple options...
But ideally, yes, a printer at home is the best...
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Narrowing the re re Holiday Buggy 1 year 2 months ago #73264

Yes, it looks like I will be buying the ready product online. Thanks.

Here's another try with arms from Fox:
Tamiya 2010 Holiday Buggy - RC10Talk - The Net's Largest Vintage R/C Community

And here's that Korean guy again making front fenders for his Holiday:


But, but but but! The rear wheels fall in well enough under the wheel arches, but the front wheels width is still too wide. I mean that the wheels are still outside the body. I don't like that. I'd rather do the Fox-arms mod.

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