More toy cars

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dhellew2
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Re: More toy cars

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Keep watching for more toys. The next series will be Model T and Model TT trucks. The difference is a 25" longer wheel base, 100" vs 125". The first will be a dump truck TT series.
Dale
model t tt truck.jpg

1925_Ford_Model_TT_Dump_Truck-svrBut.jpg

model t tt truck fenders drivers side.crv3d
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model t fb truck 3a.crv3d
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Files do not contain passenger side fenders (you can flip them and create your own tool paths)
Files do not contain truck beds.
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Re: More toy cars

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Here are a couple of spoke wheels similar to the model T. I haven't cut them yet to see if the 1/8" 10-spokes will hold up. I will probably them from red maple first. They will measure 2.4" diameter. The rounded tire part will be cut with a Magnate rope pen bit. Everything else will be cut with a 3/16" end mill except the 10-spoke holes to be cut with a 1/8" end mill. Dale
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Re: More toy cars

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Folks have been asking for the truck body files that go with the dump bed and flat bed

This post contains the files for the trucks that go with the beds posted in
viewtopic.php?f=29&t=19405

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