efferman

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  1. you know that the lego tires are often too wide for their diameter or the pattern is only street legal and nothing for real offroad driving. now i have found some RC crawler tires which fits nearly perfect to the 8110 unimog rims. the tires came from the german manufacturer ansmann and have the number 211000224 the diameter is 108mm and the width is 40mm or 4,25"x1,45"- 1,9" they are ballon tires with a very soft rubber compound and with a foam inside here some pics if you know some other compatible third part tires, please tell it us.
  2. It seems this Car needs a topic like this. first from me a small mod to make the axles less wobbly edit: a small frontmod and lowered the back a bit
  3. i have only used the hoses from the set.
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    More than this distance is not possible without extra counterweight. In this condition the rear outriggers are barely touching tne ground @Chipstertrain, its to far away for me.
  5. now iam following the trend and post all my future projects and ideas in one topic. i think this method is better for my sickness to unfinishing so much mocs. currently iam working on a remote controlled Unimog G. This is my Description for a Unimog / Mercedes G-Class Hybrid like this. Only the colours will be different. The plan is a trial Vehicle with similar offroad capabilitys like my Willys moc for the Tires iam using the new 8110 tires. I want see how good they performs in a offroad terrain. Thread inventory: 9395 RC (finished) 8109XL (unfinished) pneumatic ride height regulation (idea) 8264 RC (unfinished) Logging Truck (work in progress) supersmall driven and steered axle (idea) Voight schneider propeller (idea) paddlewheel boats (finished) 8855 mod (finished) realistic U400 front axle (idea) big red crawler (finished) the skunk crawler (finished) 9398 no diff mod (finished) Mercedes G (finished) Ballshooter mechanism (idea) driven and steered liftaxle for 19 wide trucks (idea) offroader chassis (part of santas summersled) offroad deliveries (technic challenge entry /finished) Cobra snake offroader (technic challenge entry/finished) cyclic and collective rotorhead (idea) 8043 material handler Moc (finished) Bricksaw (work in progress)
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    Test 11 and the stability problems seem to be solved. A new upper collumn and a quarterpiece turntable with 1x1 round tiles between the two parts working finally
  7. standard size when mounted like on the pictures
  8. This morning i have widened the sleeper to vehicle width, and is surprising how much difference 40 parts can give. lxf
  9. A few pictures for the hosing. Uppercarriage to the boom 8x 140mm, boom to main actuator 4x140mm, Boom to stick actuators 6x110mm, stick actuators to connection 2x110mm, connection to bucket actuators 4x 140mm
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    AquaBrixel

    For water use on it is neccessary to drill up the intakes in the cylinders. Then it goes much easyer with a liquid fluid.
  11. hm, looks ok. does it block too when the bucket is not mounted on the boom?
  12. because solid Axles and suspensions are the biggest problem for beginners i have started on my german homeforum a collection thread for vehicle axles and suspensions, and i think here should exist a thread like this too. feel free to post your own axles and suspensions. please with picture and if possible with an LDD file that it can simple reproduced. here a first bunch of my axles heavyplanet trackwidth is variable planet with difflock planet with difflock and power drivethrough driven and steered independent suspension with 11 studs between towballs, unfortunately no ldd file possible flat and solid axle please post your own axles too
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    Test 10 of my self Raising Crane. Unfortunately the Base counterweight is not enough for rotating with the transport chassis on the hook. And i have discovered a small problem with rope suspension of the boom.
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    The Basic Counterweight is done and should be enough to rise the Crane. Maximum hook height is actually at 95cm and the Boom is 126cm long
  15. Please make a picture of your build
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    The Rolling chassis is now complete. The Trailer axles are suspended. [ edit: Trailer for counterweights when Crane is upright.
  17. There are nstructions LEGO MOC-29973 Custom RC Dump Truck Muldenkipper (Technic 2019) | Rebrickable - Build with LEGO by the way, the backhoe instruction on custombricks is online. https://www.custombricks.de/CUSTOM-Bauanleitungen/Technic-Mocs/42019-DE.html
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    42115 Lamborghini

    Is it only me or is this the silhouette of a countach?
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    Front Part is done, now the rear axles
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    A part of the Gooseneck is done
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    A small break for lunch.
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    Thank you very much
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    The white Towers representing the ballast weight which is mounted permanent on the Model. They are filled with roundabout 630 g 6mm Steelballs. Together with the Batterybox this is more than 800g Counterweight. Enough for light duty and on top is space for more. schnelleinsatzkran 2 by Michael Wirth, auf Flickr