While looking at the front of the vehicles today, I noticed that the chassis rails at the front extend a further 100mm forward than the 40 series chassis rails. From the center of the axle to the end of the chassis rails is 620mm for the 40 series and 720mm for the 80 series. The front x member is 250mm back from this. So now I plan to 1) cut the chassis at the 620mm mark and move the x member to 250mm from this. This is where the front bib/valance bracket goes and from there everything follows suit. I have also measured the distance along the guard in a horizontal line from the leading edge to the center of the axle, this is 385mm. I will be setting the front guard up at this distance in order to get the wheel placement in the guard looking correct. the front of the 80 chassis is 100mm longer than the front of the 40 chassis This wheel placement within the front guard is a vital location to get the looks of the 40 right. this is the 80 series chassis with the distance of 620mm marked on it. This is from the center line of the axle. the 620mm is the measurement from the center line of the axle to the end of the chassis rail of the 40. I will look at moving the x member back a bit as it measures 250mm from the front of the chassis on the 40, so I will look at replicating it here.