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1 hour ago, efferman said:

I want pull lifted Trucks on two conventions. I think that is to much load for pure lego.

I know that sometimes LEGO original parts are not the best for some of us (spoiled) users, but you also know what was my experience with non LEGO portal axle hub...

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This was not the nylon?

The first box can be lifted by a PF-M too

 

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Enough for today

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Fantastic mechanisms Efferman! I really wonder how you managed to stuff all the motors and mechanisms in such small space, especially above the rear axles.

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Wow! Fantastic progress! I really like your front suspension, simple and robust. Am I correct in saying the truck will have a brick built cab with a technic towing body? Also, I must know where you obtained those metal universal joints, as they would be immensely useful for the truck I am currently building.

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It will have my scania cab and the Universal joints are from here and the holes are drilled to 4.8mm

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Thanks for more photos. Awesome space usage. Do you think you could do it with LEGO parts only, if you'd forget about the necessary load capacity?

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Without a excessive load capacity, i want pull trucks on the next two conventions, pure lego should be possible.

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@efferman I'm really enjoying this thread - i love mocs that use LA's and gearing and motors and levers... it feels like proper technic to me. Those diff carriers look great too.. may have to buy myself a couple.

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6 hours ago, efferman said:

The Weight is not a problem

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Looks good :thumbup:

On 10/6/2018 at 11:32 AM, efferman said:

 

Edited by I_Igor

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