JBTechnic

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    Xerion

    I've choosen a scale of 1:16 and needed to go for different tyres. What tyres are you looking for? JB
  2. JBTechnic

    Xerion

    Hi! Some modifications to my version of the Xerion: 6 Motors (2 x XL for driving, 2 x L for functions, 2 servos for steering) Steering: front-wheel, 4-wheel and crab walk Functions: Cabin: lifting and turning rear PTO compressor front lift: pneumatic driven 3-point hitch: pneumatic driven pneumatic connection for trailers SBrick for controls DSC_0099 by JB Technic, on Flickr Lego Xerion SBrick Kompressor Tank by JB Technic, on Flickr Lego Claas Xerion with SBrick by JB Technic, on Flickr Xerion Back 3-Point Hitch by JB Technic, on Flickr Lego Claas Xerion JBTechnic SBrick by JB Technic, on Flickr JB
  3. Look on tue 3rd picture, right next to the rear wheel...there are 2 smiling at you JB Look on the 3rd picture, right next to the rear wheel...there are 2 IR receiver smiling at you JB
  4. Thumbs up! :-) Like the two servos ;-) JB
  5. In my opinion you can swap the blue ones with black ones. I wouldn't swap a blue one with a gray one...on my Xerion I swapped a gray one from the steering with a black one just to have a more rigid set up. Tolerances add up, leading to a wiggly set up. Unfortunately the 2L black pin with pin&cross axle is friggn expensive. JB
  6. I installed an air tank underneath and a pump for the supply at the front. That way I have air for the hitch and 2 air circuits for functions on trailers. https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/135236852@N06/23793564283/ Regards JB If link doesn't work, search for lego xerion JBTechnic on Flickr.
  7. @Technicjb Thanks! I used two servos for steering and two Xl motors for driving. I planed to use a similar concept like on the 4x4 offroader with a servo and an extra motor to select the drive mode. I thought that if I have to use 2 motors anyway I'd go with two servos. So I got 2- and 4 wheel steering as well as the crab walk. For driving I have choosen 2 XL motors since I need enough power for trailers and/or other aux. I put 2 L motors on each side for lifting and turning the cabin, driving the compressor for the pneumatic functions. And I got a drive shaft to drive functions on trailers. I used the battery pack from the Lego train and put it under the hood up front. That way I could keep the hood slim compared to the TLG one. JB @Technicjb Thanks! I used two servos for steering and two Xl motors for driving. I planed to use a similar concept like on the 4x4 offroader with a servo and an extra motor to select the drive mode. I thought that if I have to use 2 motors anyway I'd go with two servos. So I got 2- and 4 wheel steering as well as the crab walk. For driving I have choosen 2 XL motors since I need enough power for trailers and/or other aux. I put 2 L motors on each side for lifting and turning the cabin, driving the compressor for the pneumatic functions. And I got a drive shaft to drive functions on trailers. I used the battery pack from the Lego train and put it under the hood up front. That way I could keep the hood slim compared to the TLG one. JB
  8. Good idea! Got a servo under each axis, pretty packed. Thinking of using a small linear cylinder fofor the front hitch...for this I think I do have enough space. Lego Technic by JB Technic, auf Flickr
  9. Hi! I tried a pneumatic 3-pt hitch on my moc, pretty tricky since the cylinders are not the right size:
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    [MOC] Harley-Davidson 1200cc Sportster

    Very nice bike! Like the tyres! Are they original? JB
  11. JBTechnic

    Xerion

    I agree, smaller rims will look better. Difficult to find...couple of threads I posted some links to shops. JB
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    Xerion

    I do not have the Volvo. But looking at it, GMade Bighorns might be a good choice. What tread pattern are you looking for? JB
  13. Nice choice! I am planing a Fliegl ASW 391. JB
  14. Hi! I don't think that you will find a straight scale....based on the wheels (107,4 mm) I came up with a scale of approx. 1:19 I tried to realize 1:16 on mine... http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=114518&st=75 JB
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    PF Backhoe V2 with building instructions

    Absolut cool MOC! Thumbs up! Are you planning to use bigger tyres on the front axle? JB