Minor/Repaint: HA psuedo-Mudflap

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  1. onsky888

    onsky888 Well-Known Member

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    Here in our area, HA mudflaps are rare and terribly expensive if you find one (and I mean terribly expensive!), I decided to make my own, i just wish this turns out ok, my 1st time to break apart a TF in this manner

    "Sentinel! What have you doooneee!"
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    just need to orange up the other green bits and to find out how to turn the head upside down and mount it
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    I just can't wait so I kinda finished him off
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    Twins... literally
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  2. mrfang2

    mrfang2 leader of team rejects

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    you could have gone with the dotm version of skids and just painted the stripes instead of the entire body.

    but this one looks pretty good now to
     
  3. onsky888

    onsky888 Well-Known Member

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    @mgfang2 -i don't like the black and stripe color scheme, kinda looks sinister for me, ehehe! and it's easier to paint a single color :) 

    updated pics in 1st post :) 
     
  4. CooljazCustoms

    CooljazCustoms Autocon/Deceptibot

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    looks pretty nice. ive often thought about doing the same thing just to have a HA Muddy :) 
     
  5. onsky888

    onsky888 Well-Known Member

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    thank you sir! do you have an idea how to invert the head? ehehe! should i just take it off, reverse the ball joint and plug it in?
     
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    mrfang2 leader of team rejects

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    k, now that i think about it thats right, does kinda look sinister
     
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    mrfang2 leader of team rejects

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    this is probably the easyst way
     
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    I found one in Singapore. It was in a deal for two for 60$
     
  9. onsky888

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    @12bulkead

    wow! that's a steal! here in my place i think it'll cost around $70 a piece!

    @mrfang2

    i'm planning on how to mount the thing, :) 
     

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