Fan Art: Lift Kit... for a Ram mold?! Help, plz...

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  1. Cinemastique

    Cinemastique Earth Culture Specialist

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    I'm thinking of boosting one of my Dodge Ram customs up a few inches to put some bigger tires under it (you'll see when I post what I'm working on).
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    I know Lobo's done it, and a few of you others, but is there a relatively simple method for lifting a Ram?

    And, for EXTRA CREDIT, I've been looking EVERYWHERE for a 1/24 camper shell. Any suggestions on that part?

    Thanks in advance!

    Ken
     
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    plowking I'm with ErechOveraker. Veteran

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    I believe Warmachine did it too:

    Warmachines Ironhide

    I would say try some styrene......the back wheels look easy enough, the front, you may have to come up with something more involved to accommodate the steering mechanism, or maybe just do away with it, and do the same for the front and back (fixed, non steering)
     
  3. Cinemastique

    Cinemastique Earth Culture Specialist

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    Thanks... I'm not too attached to the steering mechanism, to be honest.

    Dunno how I missed Warmachine's Ironhide when I was doing my research, that's EXACTLY the effect I'm going for. Gonna PM WM and ask if he did it with styrene. That grille and bumper scheme looks neat, too... might borrow some of these ideas.
     
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