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oshkosh t1500 fire rescue ARFF 1/12 scale
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    1. Kit: , by (VIP/Sponsor) semijoe is offline
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      Model Scale: 1/8 Rating:  (1 votes - 5.00 average) Thanks: 0
      Started: 05-09-11 Build Revisions: Never  
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      1st i want to say thnx for letting me join this kool lookin forum.everybodys builds look awesome
      tthis is an 1/12 scale oshkosh t1500 airport fire and rescue truck.i started this truck 5 months ago.it will have a working roof mounted water cannon,lower doors will open and slide, engine compartment will open, with lights and sounds. hold about a gallon of water and so on
      heres the truck i want to do
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  1. next i cut 3 pieces of shrink tube and cut one of the lights off the main

    ok, this is how i did this end of it, now i have to make 3 more, after this i will show you how to do the other end of it

    all 4 are made, next step . i drill a whole in the deck of the truck. the piece will be glued in
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  2. next i cut another sleeve that fits over light bucket pole but is smaller then the deck sleeve . will also attach the wire tip/plug

    next i flipped the deck upside down, yellow/black wires are the 4 search lights, the red/black with white tips are for extras light for boom later. the red/black wire with black tip is power for the lights

    the search light are up and working

    the boom lights are working also
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  3. chassisdude's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    When are you gonna build all the little robotic men to run this thing... Great stuff dude...
    I have done so much, With so little, for so long, I can do anything with nothing...
    QUOTE QUOTE #169

  4. Dr Dave's Avatar Yearly Subscriber
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    Far out Joe! This is one wild machine! Great vids, but can't I wait to see this thing in full action at an emergency call out.

    I seem to recall some time ago you may have said that it will pump water from the tank. Is that still going to happen?
    Bull dust, blowflies, & the outback. Heaven on earth!
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Dr Dave View Post
    Far out Joe! This is one wild machine! Great vids, but can't I wait to see this thing in full action at an emergency call out.

    I seem to recall some time ago you may have said that it will pump water from the tank. Is that still going to happen?

    I was not going to, but that was me being alittle scare from the last meltdown. but im over that

    I just purchased a lighter water tank and went with a different kind of pump. still searching for a siren

    this will be fully functional as planned
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