Kenworth HiLoader + LowBoy Truck & Trailer Wood Toy Plans (2 PDF Downloads)
Kenworth HiLoader + LowBoy Truck & Trailer $24.95 ($33.90 value)
Two instant PDF downloads to your computer (5 MB ea)
PDF files easily print to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper on any computer printer.
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Instant Download PDF Files:
Two PDF files easily print to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper.
PDF Toy Plans You'll Get:
Kenworth HiLoader ($16.95 value)
Kenworth LowBoy & Trailer ($16.95 value)
Entire set valued at $33.90 if purchased individually!
Plan Set Description:
Kenworth HiLoader is 10" L x 4-5/8" T x 4-1/8" W.
Kenworth LowBoy Truck & Trailer is 29" L x 5-1/2" T x 4-3/4" W.
Color 8-1/2" x 11" pages with black & white pattern pages.
Required Tools & Supplies:
Build using common woodworking tools including a scroll saw and hand drill.
Common 2" wheels for Kenworth HiLoader can be purchased at www.craftparts.com.
Common 1-1/2" wheels for the Kenworth LowBoy Truck & Trailer Wood can be purchased at www.craftparts.com.
Looks great using common wood or build with hardwoods.
About the Kenworth HiLoader + LowBoy Truck & Trailer PDF Plans:
All you need is the free Adobe Acrobat Reader app to view and print pages from the two PDF downloads. The Kenworth HiLoader + LowBoy Truck & Trailer PDF files easily print to 8-1/2" x 11" or A4 paper. Each PDF file includes full-size patterns, exploded views, assembly photos and step-by-step detailed instructions. The pattern pages in the PDF files are black and white precision line to help conserve printing ink. See our section on PDF Questions for more information on how to download and print PDF files.
well designed and easy to build to a good finish. I enjoyed the building process and my Grandson loves it. The only improvement i can suggest is to provide a simple guide on building the wheels rather than suggesting a purchase.
I have just finished the high loader work and am about to paint it
looking forward to doing the trailer and tractor
excellent plan to work with.
Downloaded the plans and look forward to building the models in due course. At the moment we are in COVID-19 Lockdown which has put a hold on making the model as I need to get some building materials.
Although I am very happy with my purchase I feel it could be better if the plans were available in both Metric and Imperial I know they can be converted but it would be so much easier to just look at a metric measurement if that is what you are normally using. I don`t think it would be to hard for he company to do. Having said that I would still recommend the site.
That is a great question about metric measurements. Since we are in the USA our toy plans are dimensioned in inches. The business is just me and my husband John who designs the toys which also makes it challenging for us to take on the task of converting our plan sets to metric measurements.
Since most of our patterns are designed to be applied directly to the wood and then cut out, the measurements are not critical. Our toys are designed to use millimeter materials with no adjustments required. Our pattern pages are also designed with adequate margins to print to A4 paper. We sell to customers all around the world.
Our toys are designed to use millimeter materials with no adjustments required:
1/16” can use 3 millimeters thick wood
1/4” can use 6 millimeters thick wood
1/2” can use 12 millimeters thick wood
3/4” can use 18 millimeters thick wood
1” can use 24 millimeters thick wood
All of the dimensions can vary + or – 1/16” or 3 millimeters without affecting the assembly. A good online English to Metric conversion tool online can be found here: http://www.simetric.co.uk/feet_to_metres.php. What is great about this conversion tool is you can enter English fractions without having to convert the fraction to a decimal.
Our plans are also designed with adequate margins to accommodate both 8-1/2” x 11” paper and A4 paper. It is recommended that you first print only one of the black line patterns page so you can make sure your printer is printing the patterns full-size. If you have trouble printing full-size that can be corrected by making sure your printer is set to print ”Actual Size”.
I would also recommend that you visit our Toymakers Forum: https://forums.toymakingplans.com/. We have members from all around the world and many use metric tools. If you join the forum you can ask questions regarding building the toys using metric tools and wood.
If you need anything else or have more questions please let me know.