Davekuhh

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The Caterpillar is stunning, no doubt about it. But what I like even more are the tracks on the ground behind it. You've flattened the ground where the Caterpillar has driven. That, my man, is eye for detail!!

I also like that the ripper is actually dug into the ground.

The size of the display messes with your head. You may be tempted to think that those are tiny 1x1 plates littered around the ground representing sand, but they are actually 2x2!

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@ 2LegoOrNot2Lego

It will indeed be a nice combination with you lowboy trailer... But I think the dozer is too heavy for the trailer

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@ 2LegoOrNot2Lego

It will indeed be a nice combination with you lowboy trailer... But I think the dozer is too heavy for the trailer

Okay, that makes me curious, how heavy is it? :thumbup:

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@ jorgeopesi Thnx

@ 2LegoOrNot2Lego Thnx my friend

@ Zblj There will be soon more pictures of the lighting

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The Caterpillar controlled by two Sbricks on one Power Functions Rechargeable Battery Box. Every light on the Caterpillar has a LED in it. I can control the lighting with the sbrick. The Caterpillar drive by twin XL motors for each track side 1 XL motor. All other fuctions be operated via the V2 pneumatic system.

V2 pneumatic system:

- compressor with auto-stop powered by 1 L motor

- Four pneumatic switches powered by 4 Servo motors

Switch 1: Raise / Lower the dozer blade

Switch 2: Tilt dozer blade

Switch 3: Raise / lower the ripper

Switch 4: Tilt ripper

Datasheet:

Completion date: 10/03/2016

Construction time: 4 months

Overall length Basic Tractor: 33,5cm

Overall width Basic Tractor: 21 cm

Overall width Blade: 28 cm

Overall length Basis Tractor with Blade and Ripper: 62cm

Weight: 3,7 kilo

Motors:1x L motor

2x XL motor

4x Servo motor

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Caterpillar D11t scale 1:17 fully remote controle by Davy Linden ,on Flickr

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Caterpillar D11t scale 1:17 fully remote controle by Davy Linden ,on Flickr

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Caterpillar D11t scale 1:17 fully remote controle by Davy Linden ,on Flickr

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Caterpillar D11t scale 1:17 fully remote controle by Davy Linden ,on Flickr

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Wow! Compare this to Lego 8275 ... :wink: I'm really impressed. Another excellent example of the Dutch school ...

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