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14 hours ago, keymaker said:6 hours ago, 1gor said:
Maybe he meant clearance to 16 tooth gear? But even that seem to be more 3-4 studs ...
Thanks! I meant clearance between axles. You are right directly under axle it’s much less than 4-5 studs, I should have described it better 😅5 hours ago, jorgeopesi said:
I love tatras but not with 4 wheel axles the outside wheel always does all the work, i do not understand that truck design. Very good work with this truck.
Thanks! The suspension is a bit different than normal, but I think that makes it a bit unique, only Tatra’s got this type 😁
Tatra Phoenix 6x6
Length/width/height: 59s / 19s / 28s (47/15/22 cm)
Clearance: 4-5 studs
Driving - 2L
Steering - M
Body lifting - L
Independent suspension "Tatra type" on each wheel
Fake in-line 6 engine
Working steering wheel
Openable doors and the cabin
The model was made specially for Brick Creek exhibition in 2021. After a few corrections it can be finally published :)
First, Tatra was supposed to be based on Control+ system (it would be then my first Control+ MOC). For driving there was one C+ XL motor. There was no power, so the solution was obvious - buwizz and 2 PF L motors :D
The drive ratio is 4.32:1 - first multiplication gear20 -> gear 16, and then reduction by the planetary hub at each wheel. Beacuse of the scale and the suspension type there are no diffs, so the steering radius is not perfect.
For steering there is M motor - the worm gear drives gear 8, and next by liftarm and links the wheels move. At the exhibition in 2021 I used gear rack, but it was too weack - the axles was unsliding all the time. This time I had to build something better, but the real test will come with next exhibition. Below is steering scheme, the yellow axle is driven and it moves the liftarm and links.
The suspension is the main reason, I wanted to build the Tatra. It's mainly based on the planetary hubs and gears 12. At each wheel there is one hard 6.5L shock absorber. Below is a photo from the bottom.
For lifting the body there is L motor and big linear actuator. The maximum payload depends on the distribution of the load :) The closer to the back of the body, the bigger it is, up to above 1 kg.
Tatra also includes working in-line 6 engine. It is a bit too far back, but at least there is no need to open the cabin to see working pistons. There are dummy exhaust and intake.
In the cabin there are two seats, simple dashboard and working steering wheel. Because of direct steering ratio and openable cabin the steering wheel makes only about half a turn.
Thanks for your attention :D
Thank you all for the nice words :D
You are right about the side line, espesciallly at the rear. In real Audi the whole rear descends under a low angle, in mine only the engine cover. The limitation were the flat mudguards and the convertible roof mechanism, which took a bit of place.23 hours ago, langko said:
I think it could be possible to make an all dark blue version by swapping out the dark azure. Most of the parts are available in dark blue. The flex hoses could easily be changed to rigid ones, and I’m sure there’s a few work around for the other pieces. That would look very good I think.
Yes, you are right. I want to make a RC version in dark blue.3 hours ago, SNIPE said:
Is it possible to motorize the roof at all if I wanted to? (using a safety clutch)
I think yes. If you remove the gearbox, there would be enough place for motors and worm gear with the clutch gear.
Thanks :D1 hour ago, grego18f said:
This wasn't won at the beginning because of the poor perspectives given by the set 42083, especially the two tones color. But you succeeded. The R8 lines are here, there is a détailled interior, working sequential gearbox and foldable roof. Honestly, I would have build it if didn't sell my Chiron.
Yeah, the two tones color was an impediment. After designing whole car I changed color of few elements to make it look more consistent.
Audi R8 Spyder
Length/width/height: 71s / 29s / 18s (57/25/25 cm)
Front and rear independent suspension
4-speed sequential gearbox
Working V10 engine
Steered wheels by HOG
Working steering wheel
Openable doors, hood and engine bay
A suitcase in the trunk
Recently, a lot of alternative models have been created, so I decided to make mine :)
I bought the 42083 in last year. I am big fan of automotive and supercars, so for me it was obligatory. After building the main model, I thouht that it would be cool to build something else. I set myself few goals: use only the parts from the set, improve the suspension and transmission (in Chiron it doesn't work perfect), reproduce reasonably realistic look and make a working convertible roof.
At the beginning, I was building the Lamborghini Huracan. I built the chassis and the rear part of bodywork, but when I started building the front it was really hard to model it. In the Huracan the front nose goes really low, with a large angle from the bonnet. With using Chiron's mudguards there was a huge hole between them and the nose. It wasn't looking good, so I decided to make a different model. I haven't had to think long. Lamborghini Huracan and Audi R8 are quite similar. They belong the same group, both have V10 engine and similar dimensions. I started the building of Audi this time from the front, it looked quite good, so I was continuing the building of Audi R8. Here are some WIP photos.
The car has steered front axle, by using the HOG with working steering wheel. There is no AWD, so the steering radius is quite good.
In the front and in the rear there is independent suspension, in both based on liftarms 1x7. This is due the fact that with longer wishbones there is bigger leverage and the suspension is stiffer. For this reason too, there is no Quattro transmission, short wishbones used in Chiron create too little leverage, and trying to extend them ends up with a colission of the inside part of the wheel with the wishbone.
Under the fake V10 there is a gearbox with "only" four gears. This is due to use the driving rings as a exauhst tips and maximum lowering of the V10 to place above it the roof. In my opinion more gears doesn't make sense, beacuse in 8-speed gearbox you can't see the difference in rpm of the pistons between next gears. The gears are changed sequentialy by a lever in the middle tunnel. In the mechanism there is a lock to prevent shifting from 1st to 4th gear and vice versa. The system of the gear change works on similar principle as in other MOCs of supercars - Charbel's McLaren 720s or T-Lego's Lamborghini Centenario. I think that this placing of the lever is better to use than the paddle shifters, esspecially that there is no roof.
I think that the best feature is the convertible roof. Designing appropiate geometry of movement of the roof and engine cover was quite a big challange. I started the work from designing the movement of the roof itself, which had to avoid the seats. The next problem was the engine cover, which firstly had to move while opening the roof, and secondly I wanted to make it openable to show the engine bay. At the end I had to synchronize both movements so that the both elements do not block each other. The roof and the engine cover slide out with using some links, built from liftarms and connectors. The whole convertible roof mechanism took me above two weeks.
While building it was important to me to replicate the details well. In the interior there are pedals, air-conditioning and at the driver's side a wall in the middle tunnel. In the real Audi R8 Spyder you can not look inside the engine bay, there is only a little cover at the end of the car, where are the basic fluids. However, I made openable rear cover to show the fake V10. I tried at my best to build the engine bay, and under the rear cover there is even an oil plug :)
Thank you very much to Audi Poznań Franowo ASO for the interest and allowing me to take few photos with the real Audi R8.
I am happy with this model. Despite limited amounts of parts the car is not bad. I plan to make a RC version in one color. Don't forget to watch the video!
Thanks!6 hours ago, alfredboyer said:
Maybe some blue pins on the body could be replaced by grey friction less pins for better color matching ?
That's a good idea.6 hours ago, Go-Kart said:
I would add some brown axles or pieces to get authentic corrosion spots
Haha ? It is brand new, straight from the factory, just spent some time on the parking lot... ?
Thanks!On 5/16/2020 at 9:37 PM, Ivorrr said:
Have you noticed that it must have been designed originaly based on the american muscle cars from the 60-70s?
No, I haven't, but they are quite similar :D
Thanks for all the nice words ?6 hours ago, Rudivdk said:
These wheels are almost the only larger LEGO wheels with near-correct proportions (tyre width vs height).
You are right, they are the only one for a normal, non-supercar vehicle. There are also 94.3x38, but they fit to a much larger scale.
5 minutes ago, MinusAndy said:
Fantastic! Is this the same as the polski fiat?
Yes, the polski fiat is Fiat 125p. There is also Fiat 125, which looks a little different (square front lights instead of round ones).
Weight: 2268 grams
Parts count: 3066
2x L motor
2x servo motor
Power supply: 1x8881 BB/1x8878 BB/1xBuwizz
Driving - 2x L motor
Steering - servo motor
4-speed gearbox - I (1:2,08) II (1,67:1) III (1,25:1) IV (0,8:1)
Changing gears - servo motor
Front independent suspension
Rear floating suspensionWorking inline 4 cylinders engine
Working steering wheel
Adjustable front seats
Openable doors (front with lock)
Openable bonnet from inside
Front and rear LED lights
I came up with the idea of building Fiat 125p at the beginning of this year. I started the build in the March, and after two months the model is ready.
For driving I used two L motors, which powers the fourspeed gearbox. I wanted to make it as low as possible to have enough space for interior. Apart from the gears it is 2 studs high, thanks to use the Chiron’s orange brick. The gears are changed using servo motor and a simple stepper. Gear shifting is reliable in 80% cases while driving and 100% while it's stoped. This is probably due to friction while driving. Most often second gear does not want to shift to third. This gears are on both sides of the gearbox, it probably results from that. I changed axles and lubricated the driving rings, but the effort was the same.
The car drives quite smoothly. In the fourth gear it reaches 4 kph, while powering by buwizz in ludicrous mode.
For steering there is servo, which also moves the steering wheel.
What I chose as one of my goals was removable bodywork. It required a slighty different build of the chassis and completely different build of the bodywork. The most important was to route the wires correctly from the front of car (2x L motor, servo and lights) to the rear, where there is sbrick. It required using two extension wires 20cm and 50cm.
Time for manual functions. Fiat has got front doors with lock. It has similar construction as in my previous MOCs, it works thanks to a rubber. The front seats are adjustable in probably the easiest way. There are no any worms or gear racks, the adjustment works thanks to a lever, which moves the seat. It works similar to wishbones in suspension. On the passagner’s site there is a lever to open the bonnet. Unfortunately on the driver’s side there wasn’t enough space, due to the steering wheel and wires. Bonnet and trunk has got hinges to prevent it from falling down.
While building the bodywork the most important was to provide it with adequate rigidity, because it is another part. The roof gives the stiffness, which (first time in my MOC) performs the function of strengthening the body work, just like in a real car. Most of the work was with the body line. Looking from upside on Fiat, it is a bit rounded: narrows at the front and rear of the car, and widens in the middle. I solved it through not entirely legal connection: liftarm 15 at slight angle. The door frames also required a little bit of effort. I tried to use as few as possible this, because of it’s terrible price in red.
1. The pistons are moving in the same order as in the real engine.
2. The air filter also bolts the body to the chassis. After turning it the lock in the front is released, and after removing axles in the middle and in the rear, you can remove the whole bodwork.
This is the first model to which I made instructions. It required some patience with stud.io and LDcad. They are available at rebickable:
Few sample pages:
Some additional photos
Fiat 125p is ready. Time to implement new ideas :)
Thanks for kind words :D
Liebherr HS 8040
Length 40s / width 23-29s / height 21s (32/18-23/17 cm) – without boom
Maximum height depending on the lenght of the boom
I 70 cm – equivalent 11m
II 87 cm – equivalent 14m
III 102 cm – equivalent 17m
IV 121 cm – equivalent 20m
Power supply 2xBB 8878
Controlled by two sbricks
Driving - 2 Ls
Track sliding - M
Rotation of the uppercarriage - M
Lifting boom by a winch – L
Two winches for moving the bucket – 2 XLs
Today, I’d like to present you a dragline excavator Liebherr HS 8040. I came up with the idea of building such a machine after watching a movie from Brick Creek exhibition. The whole construction was made in about two months.
For driving I used two L motors, which power both tracks with ratio 1,67:1. Because of that ratio the excavator is pretty fast (maybe too fast for such a machine). Because of variable track spacing there is no space to add other gear reduction, while maintaining the stability of the structure. The tracks are slided by four small linear actuators, driven by M motor. The mechanism of retracting tracks is based on guides of three studs height and one width. They come into the undercarrige, based on two cnostructions made of 5x7 frames, and connected by the system of sliding tracks. Details in photos below.
The uppercarriage is mainly based on frames, connected by liftarms and housing made of technic panels. For rotation I used M motor with ratio 120:1. Three winches are made in similar way: the string is wound on a sleeve on an axle, between two 36 gears, driven by 12 gears. For lifting boom there is one L motor, and for moving the bucket there are two XL motors.
I used modular counterweight, like in the real excavator. In the lightest configuartion it weighs 319 grams and consists of a battery box and back cover of the excavator. The heaviest configuartion of the counterweight it weighs 1140 grams. It consists of the lighter configuration and additional battery box, cover and lead weights (8x70g), which are protected against movement while driving the excavator.
Boom is a simply, durable construction made with liftarms. Most angular connections are „legal”, but because of the narrowing of the first and the last section of boom, not all of them are. But they fits with no problem.
I) I + IV: 30s + 44s, max height of the excavator 70 cm
II) I + II + IV: 30s + 21s + 44s, max height of the excavator 87 cm
III) I + II + IV: 30s + 42s + 44s, max height of the excavator 102 cm
IV) I + II + III + IV: 30s + 21s + 42s + 44s, max height of the excavator 121 cm
I built two buckets: a dragline bucket and a clamshell bucket. The excavator can be also used as a crane, but while lifting heavier element it would require bigger counterweight.
Before I started the building, I wanted to make something fully modular. I think it worked out :)
Operating the excavator is not easy, it requires a little of experience, which I am achieving. This type of machine is designed primarily to dig below the ground on which it stands (f.e. dredging water reservoirs), that’s why it’s hard to dig from a flat surface.
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Specification of the excavator
Length 60s / width 31s / height 20s (47/24,5/16 cm) - without excavator arm
Max dimensions of excavator arm: 60x35 cm(length x width)
Weight: 3637 g
Front suspension: none
Rear suspension: none
Steered both axles
Power - 2x 8878 BB
Specification of the trailer
Length 55s / width 25s / height 17s (44/20/13,5 cm)
Weight: 1398 g
1x 8881 BB
Driving - 2x XL
Steering - M
Gearbox - M
Lifting the blade - M
Excavator rotation - L
Movement of the arm - 3L + 3 Servos
Lifting the trailer's tipping bed - XL
Today, I want to present wheeled excavator Volvo H9X with trailer. Model was built for Lego contest „Build the construction machines of the future”. Later it received many improvements…
In short: it is wheeled excavator without operator’s cabin. I didn’t pattern the model on any real machine. As a scale I took Claas’s wheels. For driving there are two XL motors, which drive the 4 wheels, through two-speed gearbox. First gear ratio is 5:1, and second 1,8:1. The gears are changed by M motor and two 1x7 racks. Both axles are steered by M motor with gear ratio 3:1. In the front there are blade, driven by another M motor.
In the upper part of the excavator there are three comperssors for three pnematic functions. First, which drives the four big pnematic cylinders, consists of L motor and two pnematic pumps. Next two compressors are the same (L motor + one pump) and they drive the pneumatic cylinders for moving second section of the arm and the bucket. The valves are steered by three Servos. For excavator rotation I used L motor with gear ratio 155:1. In the front there are double Led lights, powered by a switch.
The trailer is a simple liftarm construction. The bed is tipped by one linear actuator driven by XL motor. It is powered by switch, because of lack of free channels on the IR receivers.
15 hours ago, MajklSpajkl said:
Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't the front wheels turn a bit slower because of the additional reduction on the differencial and therefore front axle is actually braking the much more powerfull back axle? Have you had any problems with that setup?
As said pagicence it allows easier drifting and more fun. Using differential also gives better steering angle. The difference in speed of wheel I tried to reduce by using 8878 BB for rear - with voltage 7,2V and gear ratio 1:3, and in front by using 8800 BB - 9V and gear ratio 1:2,1517 hours ago, Yevhen said:
Is it possible to link the go pro camera and VR to drive a rc car?
With Lego powerfunction it isn't possible to do that, maybe with EV3, but I don't think so.
Thanks for all nice words, using 3Ls for such small model gives really a lot of fun
53 minutes ago, I_Igor said:
It looks that we have more and more cute small mocs. Years ago one my friend had homologated rally version with 350bhp, 6 calliper brakes, slick tires...but this one is great indoor version. Very nice
Wow, it had to be cool experience to drive real Delta Integrale
I_Igor is right, all clips are in original speed
Lancia Delta Integrale
Length 37s / width 19s / height 13s (54/23,5/13,5 cm)
Weight: 1050 g
Front suspension: none
Rear suspension: none
Driving - 3L
Steering - Servo
Today, I want to present Lancia Delta Integrale. I’m sure that everyone know the original one, which won many rallies. There was few versions of Integrale: from norma road cars to monster with power of hundreds hp. This model is usual one. My main goal was to build small, fast car, which gives a lot of fun.
The construction is quite simple. Lancia is driven by 3Ls - 2Ls for rear, powered by 8878 BB and IR receiver V2, and one L for front, powered by 8800 BB. For steering (with Ackermann geometry) I used servo.
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Thanks for all the nice words :DOn 7.01.2018 at 7:36 PM, DugaldIC said:
Very well done, everything looks to be in place and it's scaled very nicely. I'm curious about the suspension, I'd love to see some more detailed shots of if. killer build.
Thanks, here are some :)5 hours ago, tomek9210 said:
It is reversed ackermann geometry. If you put the steering rack in front of the axle, the pivot point of steering rod should be closer to the wheels, not closer to the car centerline.
Actually, I didn't notice it :/5 hours ago, Moran said:
are instructions planed?
Not now, but maybe in some time.
Porsche Carrera GT
Length 67s / width 29s / height 17s (54/23,5/13,5 cm)
Weight: 2500 g
Front suspension: independent pushrod
Rear Suspension: independent multilink pushrod
Driving - 2L
Steering - Servo
Moving spoiler - M
Working steering wheel
Openable doors, hood, trunk
Removable roof – like the original
After a longer break I would like to present the Porsche Carrera GT. In my opinion it’s the best Porsche ever made. My nick commits, so I decided to build it ;)
Original car was produced in 2004-2007, had V10 engine with power 612KM and the maximum speed at 330km/h.
The construction isn’t very complicated. Porsche is driven by 2L motors with ratio 1,4. It eliminates resistance, which would be in the gearbox. Thanks to that the car is quite fast. My first decision was to place the Battery Box in the middle of the model for easy battery replacement. That’s why I had to build the frame a bit different, because in the place where usually were liftarms, now is Battery Box. The spoiler is moved by 2 mini linear actuators driven by M motor.
The front and rear suspension is similar to the original one: independent pushrod. It works same as in F1 cars. In front there is also Ackerman geometry. For depreciation I used 2 springs from yellow 6.5L absorbers (in front) and 2 yellow absorbers 6.5L per wheel (in rear). Suspension would have worked a bit better, but it’s imitated by the original, and in the real Porsche all the links are form metal, here are plastic. The steering is really simple – servo, gear 12 and gear rack.
I’m generally satisfied with the model, it looks and drives quite good, but the suspension would have worked a bit better ;)
Pictures – of course with comparison to 42056
Thanks for nice words :) I didn't use hub parts, beacuse they don't affect on the sagging. They also cause that the rear axle is wider.
I'd like to present a bus Solaris Urbino 12 IV.
Length 103s / width 23s / height 27s (83/18/22 cm)
Weight: 5,4 kg
Front suspension: Independent, double-wishbone
Rear suspension: Live axle
Suspension with kneeling system
AA+AAA Battery Boxes
Driving - 2XLs
Steering - L
Opening doors - M
Kneeling system - L + Servo
Changing gears - M
Working steering wheel
Some time ago I decided to build a bus. I chose Solaris, beacuse it's a polish concern, which is producing buses and trams. I started building in mid-Febraury, and I finished it few days ago.
The biggest challenge was to construct a strong chassis. We need to remember that it's a low-floor bus. The drive motors and the gearbox are (like the real one) located veritically on the left, behind the rear axle. It's causing big stress and I had to overcome it by the chassis. It consist of 3 parts: at the bottom there is a floor 2s thick, built from panels 5x11 and frames; at the top there are beams 3x3s on each side of the bus, they are built from liftarms. These two elements are combined by 7 rungs. The construction of the chassis is similar to the hulls of ships and planes.
The bus is driven by 2 XLs. Gearbox ratio:
I - 12,6:1
II - 4,2:1
The gearbox is built from frames, using 2 gear 24, 1 gear 12 and 1 gear 36. The gears are changed by M motor and mini linear actuator. The biggest problem was to lead the drive from gearbox to the axle. It is the weakest point of the bus - 2 universal joints, connected to the gearbox and to the axle, under a load break.
For steering I used L motor with reduction 14,4:1. It propels the gear rack 1x13 and also the steering wheel.
Front suspension is independent with 2 yellow 6.5L absorbers per wheel.
Rear is live axle. It has 1 grey and 5 yellow 6.5L absorbers (1 grey and 2 yellow for the right side and 3 yellow for the left side).
Opening doors + kneeling system
The doors are opened by M motor, reducted by 40:1. The drive is transmitted by liftarms used as links.
The kneeling system is realised by 2 medium pneumatic cylinders. The pneumatic wires are connected only from one side, so the bus can rise using the absorbers. L motor drives the compressor and servo opens the valve with reduction 3:1. These 3 motors are electrically coupled, so in each door there is a gear with clucth. Thanks to that, the compressor doesn't stop at any time.
The most wanted photos :)
From the top
From the bottom
I like it, very recognizable) May you show front suspension from different angle?
Of course, here are the pictures :)
That is a great looking car,your car chassis does have similarity of sheepo's chassis did you base it of this?
No, it doesn't. It's all my idea :)
How front wheel drive is working? Doesn't those cardans pop out or "brake"? because joint isn't on axle, where wheel turns. Or it just looks like that, because of McPherson?
Yes, there is a little friction, but it doesn't influence on driving and doesn't pop out. And yes, it looks like that, because of McPherson.
The glasshouse imo is too tall and wide, maybe you could try making the roof one stud shorter from both sides( left and right)? Other than that, good job
I know about that, but the center pillar is based on that part. If I were to make the roof shorter, I should use these pieces,but when I saw it's price, I decided not to buy it :D
Thanks for nice words :)
Welcome everybody :)
Today I’d like to present my new MOC.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X
Length 74s / width 31s / height 21,5s (60/24,5/17 cm)
Weight: 3700 g
Front suspension: McPherson struts with realistic geometry – Caster, Camber and Ackerman
Rear suspension: independent, multilink
AA + AAA Battery Box
Driving (2 XL + L)
Changing gears (M)
Locking central diffrential (M)
Led headlights (switch)
Working steering wheel
Opened doors (front with lock)
From a long time I wanted to build Lancer Evo. When I saw Impreza WRX STi built by Pipasseyoyo, I knew that I have to make his “eternal rival” – Evo. What’s more I prefer Lancer than Impreza :)
I started building at the end of the May. It went quite fast and after one week the chassis was done. Unfortunately I created the body not as fast, because I finished it few days ago.
The Mitsubishi is driven by two XLs and one L motor. The XLs are connected with the gearbox. It uses the new driving rings. Then from the other side the drive from gearbox goes to the differential, and from the second one an axle from L motor with reduction 3:1. The differential powers the central differential, which transmits the power to the axles. It is a bit complicated, so there are some diagrams :)
The changing gears mechanism is based on that presented by Sariel few months ago. It is powered by M motor.
For locking the differential I used M Motor with reduction 3:1.
For steering I used L motor, which propel the gear rack 1x13 with ratio 9,6:1.
In the front there are McPherson struts. I tried to imitate them correctly, tahat’s why there is a geometry – Caster, Camber and Ackerman. For depreciation I used 9.5L absorber (from Unimog) and grey 6.5L.
In the rear there is multilink independent suspension. I used 9.5L absorber (from Unimog) and yellow 6.5L.
Welcome everybody :)
Today I’d like to present my new MOC, which was built especially for a contest on LugPol.
Length 51s / width 23s / height 19s (41/18/15 cm)
Weight: 2040 g
Rear wheel drive RWD
4-speed sequential gearbox
AAA Battery Box 88880
Changing gears (L)
Front LED lights (switch)
Working steering wheel
Opened bonnet and trunk
Opened doors with lock
I started the building of the model at the beginning of the December, to the Christmas I built chassis, later I created the body. Because of creating the Fiat, I canceled my previous project – Mercedes SLS, becuse it wouldn't fit in the rules of the competition. If you don't know, how the original car looks like, here are the pictures.
Fiat is driven by single RC motor. The gearbox is based on Sheepo's one from Veyron.
To change gears I used 1 L motor. The ratio is 8:1 (worm gear). Fiat is a bit slow, because at the beginning I didn't want to exceed 1,5 kg of weight, and I hadn't got enough time to improve gear ratio or use 2 Xls.
For steering I used servo motor, which propel the gear rack 1x7 with ratio 1,67:1.
The front and rear suspension is independent. I tried to make the rear like the real one, what you can see in the picture.
Tatra Phoenix 6x6 Tipper
in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale Modeling
Wow, I didn’t know that. It looks really interesting 😀