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BTTF Delorean Official build STAGES 12 - 16 Options
roymattblack
#1 Posted : 15 May 2024 16:23:14

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STAGE 12A:

The parts in this stage are for assembling the left rear hub and suspension.

Locate the hub carrier and radius arm, parts 12A and 12B.
Fix them together using 2 x CM screws.

Locate the link and bracket, parts 12H and 12I and fix together using 1 x EM screw.
These parts will only fit together one way.

Secure the bracket of this assembly to the chassis using 1 x BM screw.
The bracket will only fit one way.

Attach the end of the radius arm to the post on the chassis and fix using 1 x EM screw.

Fit the upper link into the top of the hub carrier and secure using 1 x HM screw.

Assemble the brake parts 12J and 12K and fix with 1 x AP screw.


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#2 Posted : 15 May 2024 16:26:44

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STAGE 12B:

Locate the shock absorber shaft, part 12F and fit 1 x IM screw through the hole in the end.

Turn the chassis upside down and fit the brake assembly, the hub carrier, lower link and the radius arm together, then slide the long IM screw through the holes in all of the parts so that the shock absorber upright is at the rear. Tighten the IM screw to secure all the parts.

Fit the spring, part 12G over the shock absorber shaft and locate the top of the shaft in the upper bracket on the chassis.
Secure the parts with 1 x EM screw.

Locate the three drive shaft parts, 12C, 12D and 12E.
Fit the two shaft parts together and fix using 1 x BM screw through the hole in the end of part 12E.

Slide the rubber boot over the shaft.

Store all parts safely for now.

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#3 Posted : 15 May 2024 17:06:30

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STAGE 13:

These parts will allow you to build the third wheel.

Locate the tyre and the main wheel rim, parts 13A and 13C.
Press the rim firmly into place in the tyre. Make sure the rim goes all the way in.

Fit the chrome outer wheel rim to the other side of the wheel and tyre, aligning the three screw holes on the back.
Fix the parts together using 3 x BP screws.

Locate the small washer and centre wheel cap, parts 13D and 13E.
Fit the washer into the front centre of the assembled wheel and then press the centre cap firmly into place.

Store the wheel until needed later.

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#4 Posted : 19 May 2024 11:10:06

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STAGE 14A:

The parts in this stage are for assembling the left rear hub and suspension.

Locate the hub carrier and radius arm, parts 14A and 14B.
Fix them together using 2 x CM screws.

Locate the link and bracket, parts 14H and 14I and fix together using 1 x EM screw.
These parts will only fit together one way.
Secure the bracket of this assembly to the chassis using 1 x BM screw.
The bracket will only fit one way.

Attach the end of the radius arm to the post on the chassis and fix using 1 x EM screw.

Fit the upper link into the top of the hub carrier and secure using 1 x HM screw.

Assemble the brake parts 14J and 14K and fix with 1 x AP screw.


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#5 Posted : 19 May 2024 11:20:37

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STAGE 14B:

Locate the shock absorber shaft, part 14F and fit 1 x IM screw through the hole in the end.

Turn the chassis upside down and fit the brake assembly, the hub carrier, lower link and the radius arm together, then slide the long IM screw through the holes in all of the parts so that the shock absorber upright is at the rear. Tighten the IM screw to secure all the parts.

Fit the spring, part 14G over the shock absorber shaft and locate the top of the shaft in the upper bracket on the chassis.
Secure the parts with 1 x EM screw.

Locate the three drive shaft parts, 14C, 14D and 14E.
Fit the two shaft parts together and fix using 1 x BM screw through the hole in the end of part 14E.
Slide the rubber boot over the shaft.

Store all parts safely for now.
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#6 Posted : 22 May 2024 15:27:48

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STAGE 15:

These parts will allow you to build the fourth wheel.

Locate the tyre and the main wheel rim, parts 15A and 15C.
Press the rim firmly into place in the tyre. Make sure the rim goes all the way in.

Fit the chrome outer wheel rim to the other side of the wheel and tyre, aligning the three screw holes on the back.
Fix the parts together using 3 x BP screws.

Locate the small washer and centre wheel cap, parts 15D and 15E.
Fit the washer into the front centre of the assembled wheel and then press the centre cap firmly into place.

You have now completed all four wheels.
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#7 Posted : 24 May 2024 11:51:07

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STAGE 16:

These parts will allow you to begin assembling the transmission.

NOTE: The printed instructions do not accurately show the inside of part 16A.
There are two locating holes shown coloured red that do not exist.
The instructions also show a flat lower pan, part 16D which also does not exist.
YOU ARE NOT MISSING PART 16D.


Locate parts 16A and 16C and fit them together, securing them with 2 x AM screws.

Locate the drive shaft coupling parts, 2 x 16E and 2 x 16F.
Fit the parts together. They will only fit correctly one way.
Both couplings are the same.

Fit one coupling in each half of the transmission case, parts 16A and 16B.
The couplings will only fit one way.
Secure them from the inside using 1 x EP screw in each coupling.

Fit the two halves of the transmission case together and secure them using 2 x DM screws in the right side of the transmission case.

Store the assembly safely for future used.

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