matias bendtsen

Bendtsen's brick's

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Now i think it is my turn to do like everybody else and keep all my creations in one tread.

first my largest project ever, fully remote controlled scania omnilink bus, this is still WIP:

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i am also working on a small truck with crane and bed for equipment.

maybe Efferman recognises the crane. :laugh:

this truck uses air suspension, also inspired by effermans idea. :laugh: and the cab is a modified version of the crane truck.

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truck

my future project is this WHITE truck with hopto 300 excavator:

can someone tell me the model of the truck?

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maybe Efferman recognises the crane. :laugh:

yes, it is my 15 studs wide version, only in black. are you satisfied with the crane?

btw, is the wheelbase of your truck not a little bit too long?

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Some interesting stuff here.:blush:

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yes, it is my 15 studs wide version, only in black. are you satisfied with the crane?

btw, is the wheelbase of your truck not a little bit too long?

the crane is great. :classic:

it is a bit too long but otherwise there is'nt enough room for the remote control parts, it also bends a little but i think it helps with the bed, when i get enough panels.

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The Truck is a 'white super mustang'.

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the crane is great. :classic:

then iam be happy

it is a bit too long but otherwise there is'nt enough room for the remote control parts, it also bends a little but i think it helps with the bed, when i get enough panels.

could you not place some of the mechanics/electrics behind the driveaxle?

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The Truck is a 'white super mustang'.

thanks, now it is a lot easier to find pics to work from. :classic:

could you not place some of the mechanics/electrics behind the driveaxle?

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here is the air suspension in its highest position.

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and here it is in its lowest position, therefore i dont want too much weight behind the axle.

more pics of the truck will follw on brickshelf

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i really like the video of the future project. it is to bad the truck wasnt maintained better.

Nice truck so far though.

tim

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it is to bad the truck wasnt maintained better.

tim

it would be great to restore it, but i am only 16 years old, and someone put the atlantic ocean between me and the truck. :hmpf_bad:

BTW. the red truck is finished:

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i also made a video but my rechargeable battery ran out in the end, so now i need to get a charger from S@H. :sceptic:

edit: can someone tell me the diameter of these tires in cm?

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Nice truck, shame you ran could not fit another rear axle.

20x30 tire's are as follow's : (H) 6.2cm x (w) 1.9 cm.

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these

20x30 tire's are as follow's : (H) 6.2cm x (w) 1.9 cm.

just found these. now i just need to get 10 of them. :sceptic: so i can start on the White Mustang chassis.

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Now the bus got all it seats back after they had to be raised one stud:

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here is the interior from the front:

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The seats look a little to small to me :sceptic: .

tim

i know, but if i make them bigger they will require a lot more parts, and the whole bus have already cost the same as 3 unimogs. :sceptic:

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i know, but if i make them bigger they will require a lot more parts, and the whole bus have already cost the same as 3 unimogs. :sceptic:

how about just making the backrests longer? You could add some a lift arm in the place of the grey piece :sceptic: .

tim

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Time for an update, while waiting for the wheels for the truck with excavator, i made the outriggers:

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when the outriggers are fold up they are 25 studs wide, so i think i will make the truck 23 studs wide, if that fits the wheels.

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i hope to get some of the wheels tomorrow, so i can start on the truck.

BTW: the bus is finished and pics will come at the end of march, so alasdair will never see them. :laugh:

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I got some of my wheels today, so i made the back part of the chassis:

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i put one of the axles on a 5 kg. weight ant pressed down on the axle, but the weight showed ERROR before the axle started bending. :classic:

now i just need 6 of these in grey and two of these. and a lot of pf parts. :sceptic:

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Nice looking frame so far. that is a lot of weight for lego!

tim

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Now were have i seen those wheels before?:laugh:

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time for an update: i made the rest of the chassis. the front axle fails at 3,5 kg and each rear axle can at least take 5 kg, so thats a total of 13,5 kg *oh2*

i also made a WIP video: :classic:

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Looks like it works great! What is the gear reduction on the drive wheels?

tim

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