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Toni-23

Lego Gaz 34 soviet truck

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Hi everybody!
today i wont to show you my new creation - Gaz 34-6x6 soviet truck.oIQJ-4-SqqE.jpg

This truck is modification of legendary Gaz 66.I'm crazy about 6x6 trucks,thats why I built Gaz 34.

So,here it is:

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As you see,this is not original configuration of Gaz 34.I'm added portal axles(without diffs),bigger wheels and slightly changed the rear suspension.Finally-it is really good trial truck,with great grip on sand,grass (thanks to the wheels from 42054).

So,lets look for the technical specifications:
-6x6 wheel drive,without any diffs

-portal axles
-huge offroad wheels

-2 buggy motors for drive

-1 medium motor fot steering+micro motor(they tern steering wheel in the cabin)
-Sbrick 

-3s li-fe battery(9,9 volts)
-Leds lights(headlights)
-balanced rear suspension(thats why truck has really good suspension travel)
Let see it in action!

https://youtu.be/hHDJLmvZ4BA

 

 

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Didn't knew that this had also 6x6 version. 4x4 was enough for everything.

Pretty recognizable anyway.

For what are those linear actuators used in front suspension? Just as some kind of connections for suspension?

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1 hour ago, Jurss said:

For what are those linear actuators used in front suspension? Just as some kind of connections for suspension?

I use actuators line linkages for the suspension.They longer,than classic lego links and provide more structural stiffness.

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I love the looks, the performance and the rear suspension.  Very nice work.

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The performance is amazing! And the way you used actuators is very clever. :thumbup: I've never seen like this before.

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4 hours ago, BusterHaus said:

I love the looks, the performance and the rear suspension.  Very nice work.

Thank you)

23 minutes ago, Madoca 1977 said:

The performance is amazing! And the way you used actuators is very clever. :thumbup: I've never seen like this before.

thank you so much!
I am glad that you like)

 

3 hours ago, suffocation said:

Nice! Any belly shots?

thanks!yes,i have one photo
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Looks great, the tractor tires fit it perfectly. I like the rear suspension, and I think I'll have to try the front suspension's linear actuator solution sometime. Also, how does it perform with the buggy motors? Does it work well with them?

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nice model, i like rear suspensions, have you plan LDD or can you post more photos? 

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Looking good, and excellent off road performance. I wish 42070 was more like this. Great job!

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Awesome performance! The suspension is great, if I had two large LAs, I would try something like that. :thumbup:

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On 17.07.2017 at 9:10 PM, Offroadcreat1ons said:

Looks great, the tractor tires fit it perfectly. I like the rear suspension, and I think I'll have to try the front suspension's linear actuator solution sometime. Also, how does it perform with the buggy motors? Does it work well with them?

Thanks) buggy motors works very good)they give a lot of power for the truck:wink:

 

On 17.07.2017 at 9:38 PM, stricekfido said:

nice model, i like rear suspensions, have you plan LDD or can you post more photos? 

So..Good question) i can't say for sure at now.maybe:)

Kelkschiz,LEGO Train 12 Volts,Leonardo da Bricki,braker23,MattL600 - Thank you very much guys:sweet:

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