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    Sheepdog rdholtz's Avatar
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    This is looking good. How did the plastic welding go? What tools did you use, and what did you learn?
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    I think it's going alright..

    I'm using a 25w standard soldering iron, I was first using the pointy tip but i didn't like that all as it was hard to smooth it out, so i then sanded the tip down to a 45deg flat which works a treat..
    I'm using strips of thin ABS, i found the thiner the better esp. because my tip is quite small compared to the commercially available tip on the proper plastic irons.

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    Whats the progress? I'd love to see some pics!

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    I know this is an old thread but that is one sweet looking truck! Too bad they dont have em in the states
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