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new baja shell on leopard

Discussion in 'FG Leopard' started by whizzy, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. whizzy

    whizzy Well-Known Member

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    hi heres a couple of pics of my new baja shell on my leopard

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    Looks Great ..
    Love The Asgard Lid !
     
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    whizzy Well-Known Member

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    cheers cyclops
     
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    Surprisingly that really looks true to scale nice top!:cool2:
     
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    looking good:cool2:

    Simon
     
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    whizzy Well-Known Member

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    cheers guys
     
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    If I were to get an FG, that would be the one. Looks great.
     
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    whizzy Well-Known Member

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    thanks mate
     
  9. Chop Suey

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    Would that shell fit on a MT with ST wheels without cutting the front for steering clearance?
     
  10. whizzy

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    i would think so as i did try it on top of brother mt before i painted plus bad obsession on here run one on his leopard with stadium wheels but im sure he had to lift the front slightly these are the pics of it on brothers monster with stadium wheels and tyres

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    Chop Suey Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the pictures. On the midle picture, the rear wheels do look too far to the front. The shell does look too big for the MT chassis. Perhap later on, I'll manage to make a longer chassis for my MT, then it will look even.
    This shell gotta be my favourite one. One of the main reason why I like the MCD Baja 1000.
     
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    whizzy Well-Known Member

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    it probably will fit as the body was held in position as my bro has the high body mounts as he has the hummer shell on it
     
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    Hey Chop if you order one let me know, We can split the shipping!
     
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    whizzy Well-Known Member

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    thats exactly what the three of us did except the guy who purchased them bought another 3 shells too
     
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    Chop Suey Well-Known Member

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    Now you're talking Joe. But the ball-drive comes first...
     
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    hey wizzy, nice paint job.Here are a couple of pic of mine.
    Cost me £130 quid to import it last year :(

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    whizzy Well-Known Member

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    i was only £75 for mine
     
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    anyway to fit one on a marder??

    (sorry if thats a stupid qu)
     
  19. whizzy

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    i coundnt honestly say
     
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    They look sweet with those bodies.
    What kind of body is that?
    Where do you guys get all your alloy for a Leo?

    Thanks