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Old 10-14-2011, 02:37 PM
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hey guys theres quite a good write up on the uk nats on the axial web site and loads of pic too
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:38 PM
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dready is that a gold hilux in the back ground?
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:53 PM
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dready is that a gold hilux in the back ground?
No flies on you, but its not gold its That Ford Orange off the Focus ST.

No more pics of that till i'm allowed
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Old 10-15-2011, 01:19 AM
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hey guys theres quite a good write up on the uk nats on the axial web site and loads of pic too
Link to write up here http://axialracing.com/wordpress/201...ored-by-axial/

Also on another US forum here http://www.rcsparks.com/forum/global...ls-2011-a.html

Also video of gate one on course 3 here
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Old 10-15-2011, 08:54 AM
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No flies on you, but its not gold its That Ford Orange off the Focus ST.

No more pics of that till i'm allowed
With slightly bigger wheels it would run either way up!

I'm guessing you aren't planning to get the body stuck on any rocks.
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Old 10-15-2011, 04:08 PM
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Hey lads how's it all been ?

I think I might have to drop out off allot of next years comps as money Will. Be going on to my new place ! I was planning to use the blue hilux again but the shell is coming to the end after a hard year lol ....

There might. be some bits off mine up for grabs so I will keep ya posted .

Any way hope all is well and I'll see yas all soon
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Old 10-15-2011, 04:18 PM
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Hey lads how's it all been ?

I think I might have to drop out off allot of next years comps as money Will. Be going on to my new place ! I was planning to use the blue hilux again but the shell is coming to the end after a hard year lol ....

There might. be some bits off mine up for grabs so I will keep ya posted .

Any way hope all is well and I'll see yas all soon
I'm sure I have a spare shell here, somewhere!
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Old 10-16-2011, 12:42 AM
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Hey lads how's it all been ?

I think I might have to drop out off allot of next years comps as money Will. Be going on to my new place ! I was planning to use the blue hilux again but the shell is coming to the end after a hard year lol ....

There might. be some bits off mine up for grabs so I will keep ya posted .

Any way hope all is well and I'll see yas all soon
Jay you are not aloud to stop coming . . . its in the rules!

The house will always need doing but the comps can't be repeated - you will need some 'ME' time too.
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Old 10-25-2011, 12:20 PM
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Hey lads I'm back online

I have just had my bt vision installed in me flat and tomorrow all my futniture comes ....yay lol

I'm looking forwared to the last comp
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Old 10-26-2011, 04:50 AM
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sounds good, I trust it has a suitable model building area between the TV and the Fridge
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Old 10-26-2011, 05:06 AM
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I have bought one of the new bright JK jeeps for next year’s truck, unfortunately it was the mud blaster from Tesco’s, so covered with nasty mud.

I did a little research and tried Fairy Power Spray, to my surprise it actually worked!

It is a slow process using a toothbrush and sponge over a few days, but it will loosen the brown crud and remove it without damaging the plastic underneath.
Some of the really thick blobs I scraped off with a piece of scrap plastic.

Word of warning: it will also remove all of the oils from your hands, so gloves a good idea if you don't want to sand the body down with your fingertips.

The thin paint on the wheel arches just wiped off after a couple of hours.
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Old 10-26-2011, 07:28 AM
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thats good at least there wont be only hilux's and land rovers next year then. we need some varity.
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I'm lucky mate me flat is big ! So I have set up a little work bench and if I can get on top off things I will start to tinkle a bit ...

I used nail polish remover and a tooth brush. ! Takes some time but it does the job mate ....

Well see all you guys at the last comp . And I will say it now it has been a great year I have meet some great people and had some great laughs .. LSTR has come along way from when I 1st joined
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I have bought one of the new bright JK jeeps for next year’s truck, unfortunately it was the mud blaster from Tesco’s, so covered with nasty mud.

I did a little research and tried Fairy Power Spray, to my surprise it actually worked!

It is a slow process using a toothbrush and sponge over a few days, but it will loosen the brown crud and remove it without damaging the plastic underneath.
Some of the really thick blobs I scraped off with a piece of scrap plastic.

Word of warning: it will also remove all of the oils from your hands, so gloves a good idea if you don't want to sand the body down with your fingertips.

The thin paint on the wheel arches just wiped off after a couple of hours.
Is it the 2dr or 4dr?
You can enter the jeep build off now.
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Old 10-26-2011, 11:41 PM
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Jay - sounds like you are having a busy time, glad you've made space for the trucks :-) Have to agree with you that this year has been great, thanks to all existing LSTR members for making me so welcome, had some great times.

Chris - sounds like you've been having a hell of a time, will we see progress on the shell at the weekend?

Not long now for the last comp, its felt like a long month since we comped even with the NATS in the middle, maybe I'm just getting greedy driving my truck.
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