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Lego Technic Suzuki Jimny Trial & Trophy customs

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Hello! Today I am pleased to present to the general public of the two brothers - Lego Technic Suzuki Jimny Trial Custom and Lego Technic Suzuki Jimny Trophy Custom. They are united, above all, not just a long name, but also a common chassis, all-wheel drive and compact size. I was inspired to build a Suzuki Jimny sample 2001-2010 years.

They are often prepared to take part in various off-road competitions, and that I thought - why not? And that's what came out of it. Enjoy ;)

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Models are made in the off-road style, and have all its attributes - extra lights, safety railings, stingers high clearance

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More photos and building instructions you can find on my lego technic blog here

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Amazing creations,and cool photos!

I love those tires, where have you got them?

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Amazing creations,and cool photos!

I love those tires, where have you got them?

Thanks! I've bougth this tyres on ebricks.ru (here). As far as I know, this shop delivers abroad.

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Great job! I love these small builds.

The photography is stunning too

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Agree, love these!

The hood is too long, but It has no influence on overall performance.

Thanks for sharing the LDD file.

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They both look so cute yet they have great performance. The tires on the red truck seem very similar to what the new Xerion tractor set tires will look like. :grin:

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Kei-car-crawler for every Japan citizen:)

My vote goes to you, my friend!:)

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Hi everyone! Another one modification of this model, this time a final/ Goodbye roof :)

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Also, I am a little changed front axle - now possible friction of the wheels on it when using 68 mm tires. And if you wish you can now deliver and 82mm :))

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The chassis has remained almost unchanged. But the body is lighter by 60 grams, at such a short base of the car - this is essential, since the center of gravity of the model is quite high.

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Very cool... on my to do list now, Thank You for sharing! :thumbup:

I plan to use the oder style 68,8x40 tires as they have more grip, what do You think, will they fit?

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Very cool... on my to do list now, Thank You for sharing! :thumbup:

I plan to use the oder style 68,8x40 tires as they have more grip, what do You think, will they fit?

Thank you! As practice shows - 62 tires better cling obstacles than off-road tires LEGO, for example 68 mm. I was convinced to compete in trials. 68 mm tyres will fit on this model with steering beam of front axle 9L.

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Thanks for the info, I will still give a try, as those old tires are more rubber-like (material) as the new ones.

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