SizeMatters Shop Truck

SizeMatters Shop Truck

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Submitted By
Craig Milli
East Windsor, NJ, United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title SizeMatters Shop Truck
Vehicle Class Rock Crawler
Chassis Brand Other
Chassis Model IERC
Other Chassis Brand and Model IERC Merge chassis which Acial SCX10.2 drivetrain
Body Brand Other
Body Model Injora Cherokee
Other Body Brand and Model Injora Cherokee chopped, channeled and pinched.
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Hobbywing fusion in 1800kv
Speed Control Brand and Model Hobbywing fusion
Battery Brand and Model I use multiple batteries, typically GensAce, Tattu and PowerHobby! Usually between 850 and 1300mah.
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model Wheels are oversized 2.2 injora wagons wrapped with Proline Hyrax 1.9 and Proline Dual stage foams.
Shocks Brand and Model Yeah Racing Desert Lizard shocks in 90mm
Axles Brand and Model Axial AR44
Paint Brand and Model Tamiya paint, various colors used to gain the weathered look.
Radio System Brand and Model Flysky GT3B
Other Options Brand and Model IERC chassis braces, X-mount, front bumper and flat bed. NSDRC RS1 servo. Hot Racing 12mm hex extensions. KNK Hardware on everything.
Further Description/Back Story I had an Injora Cherokee in the shop, I took off an older build. Bored one day, I decided to cut off the rear roof and make in a “Comanche”. Soon after, I decided against that, and cut the full rear off, and cut Lexan to finish off the cab. Then I decided to pinch the body. None of this was planned. Soon I had a semi complete body, with no paint and no chassis. So, I grabbed all the Tamiya paint I had, and started layering, knowing I’d sand and weather the paint to reveal the colors underneath. Once the body was done, I 3D printed some badges and began to work on a chassis. I settled on an Axial builders kit and an IERC Merge chassis. This was it, my vision was coming together. From boredom to a vision. I dropped a Hobbywing Fusion, NSDRC RS1, and a FlySky receiver in it. Then installed HotRacing 12mm hex extensions, Injora 2.2 wagon wheels, Proline Hyrax in 1.9 with their Dual Stage foams. A flatbed and front bumper from IERC finished off the look I was going for. The end result I describe as a shop truck, comp truck, not so scale crawler. It’s a performer and looks good doing it. The interior was built after the entire truck was built. I needed to know what sort of clearance I would have and where I needed to set my dash and driver. All the parts were 3D printed and created from scratch. Designed in house and fit perfectly. A lot of time went into creating this rig and it’s never going to be finished. I will always find ways to change and improve this one just as I do with all my others. But, this is it in, let’s call it phase 1. I’ve also decide to name it Bobba Fet. I think the color in the body, distressed look and attitude deserve the namesake.

Build Process Photos

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