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The first truck of its kind. Custom frame, Crew Cab, new axle job, reinforced frame, visor, mudflap, and many more neat things on it. I just got done building it last night so its fresh off the showroom floor. Please comment on it. If y'all want instructables on it let me know.
Based on Chevy C4500. Except customized a little.
And by the way post your mods.
Pictures:
1.Passenger side view
2.Cab
3.Tha Stacks
4.Engine
5.Front Axle
6.New rear axle
7.Top of Cab
8.Front view
9.Rear view
10.Different view

Step 1: Frame

Backbone for truck
Pics:
1.Whole frame
2-4.Rear section
5-7.Middle Section
8-11. Front Section

Step 2: Engine

The engine I got from the semi truck road rig(if it makes a difference)
Pics:
1.Engine mount
2.Engine on mount
3.Hook yellow piece like so
4.Finished piece

Step 3: The Body

The most complicated step in this build. Sorry if I dont have enough pics.
Pics:
1.Body mount(build two)
2.Front mount goes on tlike this
3.Rear mount goes on connector behind front mount
4.Driver side view of cab
5.Passenger side view of cab
6.Rear of cab
7.Inside should look like this
8.Visor(optional)
9.Driver-inside view
10.Passenger-inside view
11.Roof
12.Rear-bottom-passenger side of cab
13.Rear-bottom-driver side of cab

Step 4: Attaching the Body

If you have small hands you will do good, if you have big hands like me, you will have a time tryin to get the body on.
Pics:
1.Rear of cab
2.Center inside of cab
3.Driver-underside of cab
4.Passenger-underside of cab
5-9.Hood
10.Side view

Step 5: The Rear Axle

Semi-complicated but it is all for support
Pics:
1.All the pieces youll need
2.Start of axle
3.2 white connectors on
4.all red rods on
5. Notice
6-11.Axle shaft
12-14.Wheels

Step 6: Front Axle

Pretty Basic(ish)
Pics:
1.Parts(x2)
2.Build two of these
3-9.Build
10-11.Connect
12.Finished axle
13.Mounting brackets for axle
14-15.Connect exactly like so
16-18.Attach like so

Step 7: Mounting Rear Axle

Give a general description of the StepThis step may hurt hands. Any physical damage aint my fault.
Pics:
1.Rear mounts
2.Front mounts
3. Put front mounts here
4.And Rear mounts here
5.Other side
6.Up close view of mounts

Step 8: Tha Stacks

Fairly easy
Pics:
1.Top mounts
2.Attach
3.Repeat
4.Repeat

Step 9: Mudflap

Easy to build and install
Pics:
1.Build
2.Attach like so
If you cant figure out how to build the mudflap, you got problems.

Step 10: Underframe Truck Box

Easy to build, yet tough to install
Pics:
1.T he Box
2.Mount Whites here
3.And here
4.Put panel here(take off of the box)
5.One side of mounted box
6.Other side
7.View above frame
8.The door
9. Finised product
This project looks awesome but there isn't enough documentation of you actually making it to be a full Instructable. There are two things which you could do. 1) If you happen to have images of you making your project you can create some more steps, add those additional photos into your Instructable and then republish your Instructable. 2) If you don't have any more pictures of you working on your project, that's ok too. That just means that your project is better suited to be submitted as a slideshow. Your images are already in your library, and you can use the same text that you have already written for your Instructable so it should only take a few minutes to create your slideshow and show the world what you made! Thanks for your submission and let me know if you have any questions along the way.
I like it! 4.5*<br>
can u post a cargo box to haul it with. if so that would be awesome. otherwise i give it 4* if it hade a cargo hauler i would say 5*<br/>
One question, do you want it a ball hitch or semi truck style?
semi truck style i guess.
(UPDATE ON TRAILER) Well, i have a shortage of knex...... sucks but i need 6 more grey rods and many more blue rods
omg how many orange connecters do you have looks like 20
i think 22 on this section
I like it, 4*

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