matias bendtsen

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It uses two XL motors (when finished) and the gear ratio is 1:2.334.

the red equipment truck earlier in this thread is demolished now, and the tracked caterpiller loader will soon follow. :sceptic:

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That looks really good! I love the curve of the wheel casing. I'm very curious to how the rest of the cabin will look.

And what will you do with the space behind the cab? Will there be a crane?

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That looks really good! I love the curve of the wheel casing. I'm very curious to how the rest of the cabin will look.

And what will you do with the space behind the cab? Will there be a crane?

Your answer is on the first page.:grin:

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Hedgie is partly right, because i made it modular, so its easy to remove the excavator and add a crane instead, so when i am finish with the excavator and have the time and parts i will make some kind of crane for it. :classic:

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I love the progress! The wheels and the fenders really look great together.

tim

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Your answer is on the first page.:grin:

Sorry I missed that. I was too blinded by the Scania's :embarrassed:

Man that excavator is going to be HUGE!

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More progress on the truck:

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now i know why i hate to build cars and truck cabs. :sceptic:

A video of the excavator:

no more progress the next two weeks, because i have to install a better sorting system on my building table. :classic:

i also made a short video of the bus:

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I like your truck progress so far :sweet:,I think you could do with some digger training.:laugh: :laugh:

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I like your truck progress so far :sweet:,I think you could do with some digger training.:laugh: :laugh:

thanks. its much easier in a real machine. :laugh:

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the truck is finished:

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more pics here

my building table is finished:

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so i started on something else: a fully remote controlled liebherr ltm 1070-4,2 mobile crane with 11 functions.

no pics yet, just a video to show the steering.

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the truck is absolutely beautiful! and the crane is great looking so far too. You are definitly a talented builder :thumbup: .

tim

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Thanks for comments, and sorry for the wait, i have been busy with other things than building and when i had the time i did'nt have the famous idea... :sceptic:

but now i have some progress with the crane part:

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i have extended the boom from my other crane, and made my own LA as the originals are not long and strong enough for the heavy boom. i have also added a motor for the turntable because therre is no room left in the undercarriage.

the weight contains a battery box, and som fishing sinkers to add weight.

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this extra weight has two train weights in it and some more fishing sinkers. :classic:

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Look's good,but i think you could make a better boom rather than copying the 8421 crane's boom.:sweet:

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Look's good,but i think you could make a better boom rather than copying the 8421 crane's boom.:sweet:

i know, if i get a good idea it will be changed, but i dont want a boom wider than 7 studs, and i do not have many yellow liftarms left in my collection.

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