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Trial truck tip 6

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The last of the tips on truck design. This time I explained, why more wight in front is better, and why a shorter truck is better than a long one.

Thanks for watching!

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Great ! But I am not sure that small truck is good for stability. :)

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Nice.

I like your series of TT videos!

Thanks for effort!

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Thanks! This is the last tip regarding truck design, the enxt one will be about control. After that i'm washed out of my knowledge :tongue:

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Hi,

Have you tried to do a model where the weight can be moved - on a moving axle?

Or have a two motor solution one for the front wheels and another for the back ones - which would operate together (same direction)?

Thanks,

Noam

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I had a truck, who had one motor for front two axeels,a nd a second for rear axles, but that model used worm gears:

imgp4727.jpg

Need to make a succesor for it soon :)

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I had a truck, who had one motor for front two axeels,a nd a second for rear axles, but that model used worm gears:

imgp4727.jpg

Need to make a succesor for it soon :)

Maybe with smaller wheels, these are way TOO heavy.

I personally distribute weight like this: 60% front 40%rear.

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