Alright ill look for a clear picture. Problem it the originals are painted on and post have chips missing or have rust and such so it's hard to get a good shot.
No it's a late 59-64 Murray flat face fire truck. Problem is there are different graphics for models with the siren and the light. So I need to figure out which it is. I haven't dug through the box yet tho
this was before, I am not sure about the wheel sizes. maybe a 4"x0.75" offset zero.
I got custom suspension on it. slammed it. about 4" lower? no spacers..
wheels: 2"x2"et0 on the rear. 1"x0.5"et0 on the front! close to -40 degrees camber?
oh, and wood flooring. sticker bombed walls... air ride tank equipped. although it's rockin' static
So I finally decided to rip this apart and rebuild it the right way. The axles will all be raised 1/2" so I can ride it. I will also fix the 3 wheeling problem. Then the frame will get some fresh paint. Some pics of the deconstruction
What she looked like earlier
The rear frame and axles
Here's a good look at how the front end works. When I rebuild it I will make the tolerances tighter so there is less slop in the steering
All the new parts laid out and the template I made to get the same camber on each wheel
More to come
This is the last post. I ended up getting a request to build a wagon. I Copied my frame only to find out that they dont make the antique size I have anymore. So It's going to a new owner sometime soon. Slammed Radio Flyer V2.0 is by far awesome and what I should have done from the beginning.
And thats all she wrote