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Underside view of the cab showing the differential, wheel and spring arrangment. 5-mm card, 7-mm wide and 18-mm in length. 25-mm long strips 2-mm wide to take the three retaining nuts. 25-mm plasticard bent to an angle. Forward of the rear quad set of wheels are the hydraulic and electrical connectors. These are made from different guages of copper wire. Locate these as indicated on photographs and the plans. THE TRAILER The trailer is built up using similar methods used to make the cab, so this section will concentrate only on some specific points to note.
Comparing these parts with our plans if is found that: (1) the length and height of the leaf springs needs to be increased (2) the crossmember that joins the axles should be of equal length on both sides (3) only the centre of the Ertl kit axles can be used as these are round and ours need to be of square section. 5-mm piece of plasticard. 5-mm piece at both ends of the upper leaf. 5-mm off each side. Cut with a saw and form with a file before glueing. 5-mm sections of plasticard at both ends. The assemblies comprising the wheels and axles are now finished apart from adding the four hexagonal nuts from a Verlinden accessory kit.
Exterior hinges: Cut to size using 1-mm thick plastic rod. Interior hinges: For these cut plasticard sections 2-mm thick with the upper part rounded off with a file. Finish the model off by glueing two supports to the ramps, as described, using two 1-mm plastic pieces each 8-mm in length. Round them off and drill a 2-mm hole to take the locking pin that prevents free movement across the floor. Reference photos will show that this transporter carries its own crane on the right hand side of the trailer.