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post #11 of 42
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Thanks guys i'm really happy with the turnout so far!

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Looking good mate!

I have do do the window in my 932-dog mod soon... not looking forward to it.
Trust me the window is not as hard as one might think, have you watched Bills video on cuting a window out? It helped me out alot....way back in like 2006-2007 whenever it was made! Long time i know, Either way it is fairly easy, with a jig or a dremel, jig is quicker, but a dremel gives more precise cuts in the corner which means less filing

Thanks again guys i look forward to getting this bad boy finished!
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Yeah ive seen that vid. cut a hole in my Lan-dog build with a jig, messy as.

I would us a dremel if i had one but im stuck with jig at this point. Will probably brace it with a bit of wood this time to keep it flat and clean.
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Ah it's been a while since updating this...alot has happened in regards to personal family matters but now that is slightly over i've started on my mods again, more so it's been hours of sanding and filling...







4 bludy times i had to refill and sand this bad boy! because of all the work i've been doing (whoo big pay check! ) it took me a full week to finish this process...

Anyhow moving on i had a fag break (damit i started smoking again after 4.5 years i carried on with the sanding and got down to the spraying
Really nice.. what did you use to fill up the side??
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erm i think it may be called u-pol short fibre glass, its so much better than putty as it wont crack and has felxablitiy there this is a bonus!
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erm i think it may be called u-pol short fibre glass, its so much better than putty as it wont crack and has felxablitiy there this is a bonus!
Thanks..
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Very well done simple nice and CLEAN well planned out and finished cuts. Good Job.
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Very well done simple nice and CLEAN well planned out and finished cuts. Good Job.
Thank you the idea was swish and clean cuts have gone through the crazy looking case's and decided the sharp "cool" but simple case is the way to go
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So the front has cured abit...so i decided today was the day to buff the little bugger to a shine! lets start shall we?



Now whilst i was waiting....



I had to make myself one with cream ah the good life! Anyway...second front panel is finshed buffing...





excuse the messy purple floor...But the shine is coming through! im going to give it a buff with some t-cut then a coat of turtle wax then abit of polish will give it that ultimate shine! i have none other than a chap who goes by the name "em3bilko" he was the guy at modders inc who taught me how to spray properly...ive now perfected it to get a great reflective or matt finish BANG TIDY!

Moving on...



The new top in the progress of being lined and marked up...its going to be "sweet" if i do say so myself! Stay tuned
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update, thought i would show abit more how i did the top..

I started with a ruler, basic line setup really! and...after some cutting...



So now it was basically easy going, line the holes up drill them out and sorted btw cool shot coming up!



Hardcore modding FTW (dont cream now )

next up so final shoots of the beauty that is the front!

But first i had a tea....stolen!



and my dog is a muppet



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WOW very nice!
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