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[MOC] Zil 130 Soviet dumping truck

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Hello i am back and here it is my new MOC ZIL 130 mmz 555

Soviet dumping truck.

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1 X PF M MOTOR FOR DUMPING

1X PF XL MOTOR FOR PROPULSION

1X PF M MOTOR FOR STEERING ( Virtual Pivot )

1X PF M MOTOR FOR 4 SPEED REMOTELY CONTROLED TRANSMISSION

PF LiPo BATTERY

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WORKING STEERING WHEEL

REMOTELY CONTROLLED DUMPING

FRONT & REAR SUSPENSION

4 SPEED RC TRANSMISSION

MANUALLY OPENED DOORS

VIRTUAL PIVOT STEERING SYSTEM

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Movie

Full Gallery

https://www.bricksafe.com/pages/samolot/zil-130-mmz-555

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=569313

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LENGHT 45 CM

WIDTH 20 CM

WEIGHT 2,1 KG

Thanks i hope you like it.

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Very nice, especially with virtual pivot steering. Gotta ask, how well does that work with the suspension? Also, strangely enough, I think the real truck looks like a knockoff Ford dump truck of similar era.

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Love this submission.  The older look isn't something we see often.  I see a lot of Porsche parts here. How much of the bodywork are panels, lift arms from the Porsche?

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I think the only part I'd change is the front grille. Everything else looks spot on, great work!

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Great MOC, the only thing I'm missing is the big cloud of smoke from behind. :grin: These ZIL's were famous about their consumption. (50-100 liters/100 Km). Steering is ingenious. :thumbup:

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Looks very realistic. How durable/sturdy is the virtual pivot axle. It appears that the lift arms could easily pop off of the wheel hubs. In your video you shifted gears without stopping; how smooth was this gear change while in motion,?

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Beautiful work! Looks the real thing in almost everything

I like the steering system, seems cleaver and functional

 

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Very nice. I see many orange panels ... How many Porsche have you sacrificied recycled to build this truck?

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Great moc. Some clever techniques used, love the tipping bed and the use of old school wheels. Colour scheme is done very well.

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Awesome! not a big fan off the steering though,. i reckon at this scale an undriven solid axle shouldnt be that hard.. but yeah fenders and tires rubbing..  still. :P

 

Nonetheless very nice truck!!

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That is a impressive looking model! I love the organic shapes of the bodywork, and the overall look of the model!

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Thank you for all the good reviews.

On 6.04.2017 at 5:21 PM, Saberwing40k said:

Very nice, especially with virtual pivot steering. Gotta ask, how well does that work with the suspension? Also, strangely enough, I think the real truck looks like a knockoff Ford dump truck of similar era.

 

Suspension is very simple but works well

On 6.04.2017 at 5:49 PM, nerdsforprez said:

Love this submission.  The older look isn't something we see often.  I see a lot of Porsche parts here. How much of the bodywork are panels, lift arms from the Porsche?

 

 

A lot of porsche panels and many more from B & P

On 6.04.2017 at 6:48 PM, Beck said:

Looks very realistic. How durable/sturdy is the virtual pivot axle. It appears that the lift arms could easily pop off of the wheel hubs. In your video you shifted gears without stopping; how smooth was this gear change while in motion,?

The virtual pivot steering system is surprisingly rugged. But it is very difficult to setup at the beginning. There is some backlash in the system.

But it does not make problems bigger than other axis types in lego.

The gearbox works smoothly with this part

26287 Cross Axle, Extension, 3M


 
On 6.04.2017 at 6:54 PM, Leonardo da Bricki said:

Very nice truck, it looks great. How strong is the virtual pivot steering system? Going through sand, it seems like that would wreck the steering system.

The steering system is very durable, with only a fair amount of play (backlash) 
Of corse it is not for offroad use but works great on flat surfaces

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It looks very nice, I agree that the panels on the sides of the lights should be changed, All the orange is very impressive, and the steering works great. I like it a lot, great representation.

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Instruction for steering system of this model is now available on youtube.


 
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Very nice build, looks great. Love the use of the old rubber hovercraft parts as front bumper, very clever and functional also

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Awesome!!! I'm wondering...do the doors click into place when opened/closed like they would on a real car?

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On 16.06.2017 at 11:33 PM, Eddie_Young said:

Awesome!!! I'm wondering...do the doors click into place when opened/closed like they would on a real car?

Yes, doors click into place when closed.

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OMG! I wish I hadn't saw this truck before! Fantastic and realistic detalization! Very nice presentation of the oldschool soviet truck!

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