Tamiya Bug Rear Window Frame

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Fits: Tamiya Sand Scorcher or Monster Beatle Bug Body (58452)

Modifications Required: None

Color: Black

What you Get: You will receive a set of window frames.

What you Need: Lexan or other clear flexible plastic .02" - .04" thick, flexible CA glue The frame is printed flat and will require some careful bending pressing and clamping to hole it in place while the glue sets. Due to how thin the parts are, this was the best method to produce this part.


The frame consists of two parts. You will take the top frame piece that seats in the window from the inside an use it to trace the shape on your lexan or other "fo-glass" material. Trim the lexan on the inside of the cut. The bottom part will allow the lexan and the top part of the frame to rest down inside. Use some flexible CA glue on the seam to hole the frame together with the lexan installed. Allow it to fully cure before you put the window in the bug. From the inside of the bug align  one edge and then press the opposing edge into the window slot on the body. The frame will gently snap in place enough for you to get some clamps in it to glue in it place. My preference is hot glue because I can remove it if I mess up. Do not remove your clamps until the glue is dry.

Due to the nature of 3D printing, items may contain tiny visual blemishes. Items may require some trimming and painting for optimal visual appeal/fit; similar to what you would expect to do with model parts.

IMPORTANT: Do not use power drivers on 3D printed parts. Over tightening printed parts and cause premature cracking and crushing. Always ensure you hardware will not bottom out in the screw pocket. This can also cause at 3D printed part to break prematurely.

Printed Parts - These parts will be printed in Black (Unless otherwise requested) using advances slicing methods for maximum strength. All 3D printed parts come with a lifetime replacement guarantee. If you break a part, simply send us a photo and your order number. The photo is simply to evaluate for common issues and help identify potential improvements to existing designs.