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[MOC] Trial Contest Truck

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Presenting another trial truck

- 4x4

- PF: XL, Servo, IR, LiPo

- Leaf spring front suspension

- Double soft shock rear suspension

- Panhar rods for both axles

- Opening hood

- Removable body.

Prepared it for the Trial contest in Moscow, but couldn't come there, then participated in the Truck Trial competition in St. Petersburg. You can watch the performance here:

Time: 13:41 and 54:33.

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It is a pleasure to see such a great trial contest like this and great MOC. Nowadays a trial truck is the essence of my technic style, hardness, playability in just aesthetics.

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Thanks!

7 minutes ago, brickless_kiwi said:

Got that old school ford bronco look.

Now I see what I have built. :classic:

8 minutes ago, brickless_kiwi said:

The red jeep

Wrangler by Madoca.

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Very nice moc

It looks very good and is very performing as Well.

Any chance for instructions or lxf file ? I'll be more than happy to build it !

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Thanks @paave for designing it and making the instruction available on Youtube!

I've used your chassis design in a somewhat modified way to make a trial vehicle for a contest within my LUG. I made the wheel base 3 stud shorter, placed the rear axle assembly 1 stud down (so rear goes up) and placed the battery turned 90 degrees in te chassis. Another modification that might be suitable for your original model is placing the two front bottom 5L thin liftarms with axle holes up instead of down. There is room for it and doing so it cannot bump against an obstacle so the front can take higher obstacles now. Not a lot but all small things help in a contest :)

I will post a video or photos when I have finished my vehicle based on your trial chassis.

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