Customs: Toyota Rollbar HELP

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  1. ryan_bigdawg

    ryan_bigdawg Well-Known Member

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    Hey Guys! I know some of you are good reshellers on alternators but I want your help so I can do My first Reshell, Im thinking of puting a 1/24 toyota 4-door pickup
    model body to replace the jeep wrangler body on rollbar.

    Can you help me or give me a tutorial!

    On the title I Ment Toyota

    I am so looking forward for this reshell
     
  2. seali_me

    seali_me Buhawi Gabay-Tala

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    you need to put pics of your reshell. one thing you can use as guide is jafs reshell on jazz.

    http://www.tfmaster.com/Jazz_FollowAlong.php

    its not the same but at least you have some guidelines. biggest advice i found was the simplest. you can put back what you have cut but you can always cut little by little to do adjustments.
     
  3. SonRay

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    Is this your first time re-shelling something like this?


    If so i recommend that you do something a little less complex. Not trying to discourage you but re-shelling something like an alt is really frickin hard!.

    I just don't wanna see you spend out a small fortune on materials and then get so frustrated half way through that you end up scrapping the project. Trust me i jumped in at the deep end and it wasn't a wise idea and the outcome wasn't that pretty.

    Maybe start out with some small mods to begin with, things that just enhance your toys, but something that gives you a feel for kitbashing. Once you get used to it slowly move up to something as advanced as this.

    I mean its your choice at the end of the day but i wouldn't recommend doing something this complex if you are a newbie.
     
  4. ryan_bigdawg

    ryan_bigdawg Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, your right. Thanks thats really helped
     
  5. SonRay

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    No problemo.
     

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