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#1 Kronos

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 08:08 PM

Does any one have the alternate instructions for the 8297?  I just got this set and want the B model instructions.  

Also, has anyone made this model 4WD?  If so, I'd be interested to see how they did it.  I have a few ideas, but would like to see how other's have done it.  I don't plan to motorize it, I just want to take out the adjustable suspension and made it true 4WD.  Thanks - Mike

Edited by camaro365, 05 February 2012 - 08:09 PM.


#2 raulrgp

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 10:19 PM

I have the alternate instructions for the 8297 in PDF.

To add a link with the instruction I need 5 post.

wait a moment.

Here they are:
Book 1
My link
Book 2
My link
Sorry  :grin: :grin: :grin:  

Book 3
My link
Book 4
My link

Edited by raulrgp, 06 February 2012 - 01:23 AM.


#3 Kronos

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 10:22 PM

[quote name='raulrgp' date='05 February 2012 - 05:19 PM' timestamp='1328476794' post='1194967']
I have the alternate instructions for the 8297 in PDF.

To add a link with the instruction I need 5 post.

wait a moment.

Here they are:


Thank you very much.

#4 Sato

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 12:01 AM

Seems like your missing book 3 and 4?

Here you can find the full set of instructions on Lego's site.

#5 DLuders

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 12:10 AM

MacGyvarek has this Lego Technic 8297 Off Roader II set with Power Functions elements for 2WD; I don't know of any Building Instructions to make it 4WD.  His Brickshelf Gallery http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=358965 has a set of photos & LDD renders, plus a Parts List:

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Here is the Parts List for MacGyvarek's version of the motorized 8297 set.  The part numbers are from Bricklink ("The Unofficial Lego Marketplace").  The "Pimped 8297" version has a Parts List for each assembly at the end of the 102-page PDF Building Instructions that you can download.

MacGyvarek's version needs these parts (listed in the order that they appear on the Brickshelf parts image pictured below):

2 ea. 4459 "Technic, Pin with Friction Ridges Lengthwise"
1 ea. 3749 "Technic, Axle Pin without Friction Ridges Lengthwise"
1 ea. 6538b "Technic, Axle Connector (Ridged with x hole x orientation)"  [NOTE: 6538 or 6538a will work too]
3 ea. 3647 "Technic, Gear 8 Tooth"
1 ea. 32270 "Technic, Gear 12 Tooth Double Bevel"
1 ea. 32269 "Technic, Gear 20 Tooth Double Bevel"
1 ea. 60c01 "Technic, Gear 24 Tooth Clutch"

1 ea. 4519 "Technic, Axle 3"
3 ea. 3705 "Technic, Axle 4"
2 ea. 32073 "Technic, Axle 5"
1 ea. 3706 "Technic, Axle 6"
2 ea. 44294 "Technic, Axle 7"
5 ea. 32184 "Technic, Axle and Pin Connector Perpendicular 3L with Center Pin Hole"
1 ea. 48989 "Technic, Pin Connector Perpendicular 3L with 4 Pins"

1 ea. 40490 "Technic, Liftarm 1 x 9 Thick"
1 ea. 32524 "Technic, Liftarm 1 x 7 Thick"
1 ea. 32316 "Technic, Liftarm 1 x 5 Thick"
2 ea. 3701 "Technic, Brick 1 x 4 with Holes"
8 ea. 41677 "Technic, Liftarm 1 x 2 Thin"

1 ea. 8882 "Power Functions XL-Motor"  [NOTE:  Bricklink lists this as Part 58121c01 also]
1 ea. 8883 "Power Functions M-Motor" [NOTE:  Bricklink lists this as Part 58120c01 also]
1 ea. 8885 "Power Functions IR Remote Control"  [NOTE:  Bricklink lists this as Part 58122c01   also]

2 ea. 8884 "Power Functions IR Receiver"  [NOTE:  Bricklink lists this as Part 58123c01 also]

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There is also the "Pimped" 8297 (scroll 1/2 way down the list on http://www.bouwvoorb...nl/home_eng.htm to find it).  Dutchman "bouwvoorbeelden" wrote,

"Yes, you will recognise this model as the Lego Technic 8297 Off Road car. But this is not a normal 8297.  It is thoroughly PIMPED!  This car has:

- a complete new roof with Spoiler, Air Inlets, Antennas and Six Rally Lights
- Widened windscreen
- Protective Side Bars and extra Bull Bar at the front
- Exhaust pipes
- A turning steering wheel in a restyled dashboard
- Metallic look with Black details instead of grey
- Transparent motor block
- Two Infrared Sensors in the roof
- Two extra motors for remote driving & steering"


It has an MLCAD file, a movie, PDF Building Guide, and a Parts List.   :thumbup:

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#6 Kronos

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Posted 06 February 2012 - 04:24 AM

WOW!

Thanks to everyone for the responses.  I appreciate it greatly.  I was watching the Super Bowl so I didn't get back to this until late.  Now it's time for bed!  (work-3am)  I think the "pimped" version is in my futer.  :devil: I'll keep you posted.




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