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Traxus: spade . wether you're nipping down to future'D's for a moa burger or starting a rebelion,you have to do it in style. . Greetings! to all the people of Reach. you may have heard recently that major industrial company Traxus has began to mass produce the T-41 4x4 SPADE, a rugged off roader designed for all extremes. Me and my friends are here to show you the special features of this vehicle whilst explaining how to assemble your own. The first part you'll find is the main body, it has two padded leather seats with a basic gearbox and steering wheel. You will first need to attach the mud guards, they are made of carbon fibre and are reinforced with a pair of 5-Inch-thick suspention pistons. After you have connected the mud guards you need to find the engine, it fits snugly between the two halogen headlights. Two front bumpers connect to the sides of the engine box, underneath the headlights and over the main body. like so... the flat-bed is the largest part of the spade.you may need two people to lift it. the roll-cage-bar lines up with the seats for maximum safety. the wind shield and the hood come as one piece which rests on the raised dashboard.It will slot into the space created by the engine and mudguards. Finnally, find the four wheels and flip your spade on its side. They attach to the chassis on either side of the steps. when the wheels are connected flip the spade back over and you're ready to go! peace out keep truckin' Sergeant Jon (((((((((((((((((((( )))))))))))))))))))) (((((((((((((((((((( )))))))))))))))))))) (((((((((((((((((((( )))))))))))))))))))) Hands up,all those who love easter-eggs and alien flavored burgers! This is hopefully going to be the deadline of my upcoming brick-mation series lonewolf. I created a dramatic poster, see. And the star of the show traxus spade. Sarge's notes: Detail is key for this moc, I used decals courtesy of the infamous '7942 pickup (hopless) truck' , each pair of headlights are different shades of glow-in-the-dark bricks, the windshield is exactly 6-studs-wide and those 'pistons' were sanded off minifig hands. To sum up; Halo reach rules and always will, I'm not a purist, I am a perfectionist. 'till next time. Sarge.


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