Anyway, I was reading his post about his scratch built Def Rolla (click here) and thought that it was easy enough for someone like myself. So here is my version of it.
I made it for my buddy Christian, who said he would like to play with it on his Battlewagon (which I used in these photos) This entire piece is made of stuff you can buy at the hardware store: some gears, some electrical parts, some tubing for sprinklers and a couple of specific machine parts that didn't look familiar to me at all, but I immediately saw their value on the Def Rolla.
It took me a good hour to puzzle all these things together, but the result was a clean and lean design.
I made sure that the arms extended not too far foward, so that the roller itself rests on the front of the Battle Wagon. I didn't want to glue it, in case Christian wants to play with out it. This way you can pick it up without the roller falling off or moving underneath the wagon. I also made sure the rolla had the right size proportions to the rest of the vehicle.
I did magnetize the arms for extra sturdiness.
I knew Christian AND the Orks would like the heads on there...
And I added a few ornaments to the side..
Easy enough right? The hardware store is a very inpspriring place, just like the Adept's Forge.