dmitryq

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    Your Best Technic Bargains

    Hi folks, I need your advice. On one of the local web-markets I have come across this offer: Price for the entire collection is ~75$. I have calculated the sum I'd have to pay if those were new and it makes around 290-300$, but are these sets worth buying?
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    Liebherr L 580

    Det ser ut j├Ąttebra! But in my opinion the first variant of wheels (with small yellow rims inside the main rims) looks more realistic and appropriate cause the grey unimog ones may look a little badass (which is not necessary on construction vehicles).
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    Red monster truck

    Thanks everybody! Yes, I know, the bodywork is far from best, but it's the best look I've managed to achieve. I wish I had those flat red panels from the 42029 set. Unfortunately I don't possess any PF motors. If I had ones, I'd definitely use them. Yes, I'm aware of this, let's say, feature of the chassis, that's all because I don't have those spherical joints. But in fact this parasite swinging adds a little of extra flexibility, which is nice :)
  6. Hello there! Here's my little creation - red monster truck. In fact, when I was biulding it, I didn't keep in mind the original red truck by Lego so it was not my intention to make them look alike (plus I don't have any other colours besides red so...). All the controls are manual. Features: - full independent suspension - manually openable doors and trunk - HOG steering - poorly designed interrior with one seat - manually openable hood (via linear actuator) - fake V6 (driven by rear wheels through the differential) The whole photoset is here while here I think it would be more convenient to post only some of them. Thanks.
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    [MINI] Hubless Bike

    Thanks everyone! It drives indeed although not very smooth. Wheels may slide on a slippery floor (because of lack of weight) but it goes pretty well on "stickier" surfaces (like blanket of any other material).
  8. 36. Hubless Bike Model name: Hubless Bike Part count: 145 Functions: 1) hubless wheels! 2) double rear suspension 3) steering 4) rolling (not so smooth as I wanted) 5) adjustable seat Promo image Parts: Topic with the entry: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=98356
  9. Hello everyone, here's my entry for the mini contest. Meet my Hubless bike! (looks like a mixture of tron bikes and ducati for me) 145 pieces in total Features: 1) hubless wheels! 2) double rear suspension 3) steering 4) rolling (not so smooth as I wanted) 5) adjustable seat I don't really hope for winning as I can see other miniprojects which are definitely outstanding, so let's say I've built this bike just for myself. I thought that building a truck or a jet is cool but typical, so I decided to construct something not very efficient but special (at least for me) and original instead. Also I know that I have a plenty of pieces left, but I admire the bike in the current state and don't want to change anything. But pieces of advice are totally acceptable :) Here's a demo of suspension More photos here https://www.flickr.c...th/14598923919/