Jundis

[MOC] Old little tractor RS09

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Hi guys,

I'd like to present you my little MOC of a tractor or better speaking a universal carrier called RS09 from the former GDR from the 50s. In reality, it was the base for the T157 crane, which @jrx did a while ago. When I saw the RS09 as a little kid, I always wondered, why it had no engine in the front like normal tractors do... :hmpf_bad:

Just saw this on my holidays in my hometown and had to build it.

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The normal technic bricks for the front are like a match made in heaven for this thing.

I tried to recreate the high versatility of the original while maintaining full playability:
- Steering
- Oscillating front axle
- Fake V2 engine
- CV-joint shafts front and back, driven by the wheels
- Linkage drawbar

Suitable for this set, I built an easily attachable front loader. I still work on other machinery to be attached like a tedder, a plow, a mower bar and a flatbed.

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Thanks guys!

Just been working with the Instructions Maker in Stud.io and it's way easier for such a model than I first thought. If anyone is interested in the in the instruction, just let me know, I will give them for free.

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Lovely tractor!! Well done :thumbup:

I can’t figure out what the black 12t gear does underneath in front of the diff?

 

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17 minutes ago, MangaNOID said:

Lovely tractor!! Well done :thumbup:

I can’t figure out what the black 12t gear does underneath in front of the diff?

Thanks :-)

It is connected to a CV-joint shaft 92906.t1.png to enable to drive different machinery like a mower bar. This however is rather hard to do in such a tight space...

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Wow! That's a nice addition to my T157. Would love to see them side by side :D

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