Technivor

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  1. [MOC] Mack granite GU813

    Thanks and it is 6x6!
  2. [MOC] Freightliner M2 112

    Hi guys I could finally take time to upload my pictures but my truck was finished two weeks ago! The truck is only RWD so no So here they are This is the most detailed engine I've made to date and funny enough this is the smallest space I had to work with! And here is a fake steering system. Some interior d├ętails! And here is the feature I'm the most proud of you can actually tow this truck and the bumper is really robust. It didn'T took too much time but it was difficult to build this thin bumper around two hook! For now I don't really have time to make a video, probably in a month! Thanks you for taking time to read, hope you like it and don't forget to post a comment! Have a good day/night!
  3. [MOC] Mack granite GU813

    Thanks but I am now on an other project and I've made to many dump trucks!
  4. [MOC] Mack granite GU813

    Hi guys! I finally had the time to upload so here are the pictures of my finished mack granite: Now with the new rear axle setup I have, my future trucks will be more powerful and I won't have cracking gear issues anymore! The video: Thanks for reading and don't forget to leave a comment!
  5. [MOC] Freightliner M2 112

    Thanks I didn't noticed ! I will raise the roof.
  6. [MOC] Freightliner M2 112

    Hi! Today I want to show you my next project. As you read the topic title it's a freightliner M2 112 It will be powered by two XL motors and one servo. The chassis will have rear pendular axles and front axle with ackerman steering. The LDD file is almost complete and when I will have my lego I will be able to build it to test if it's enough durable! But now here's the images: Don't forget to comment if you like and have a good day!
  7. [WIP] Mack Granite gu813

    Thanks for your comment, but what mlonger was saying is that the techniques I've used to make my hood and cab are the same as Ingmar's truck. But the thing is that the mack granite gu813 have, in real life the same cab as the standart granite and the hood is a mix of the standart granite and the mack vision/pinnacle's one! So mlonger' when you say that my truck is just a mix of Ingmar's granite and vision design you should go see more pictures of the gu813 and you will see that in real life too it is a mix of the two others. And one more thing! Please think if I make a truck of the same brand as Ingmar that have in real life basically the same shape of these two trucks and is made in the same scale, would it be logic that my truck has lots of similarities with his trucks? But if you want to continue saying that I'm just copying his work, just make your own granite gu813 and try not having any similarities with Ingmar's trucks!
  8. [WIP] Mack Granite gu813

    Sorry for the delay but now I have some pictures of the truck: Hope you'll like it! Any comments are welcome!
  9. [WIP] Mack Granite gu813

    Thanks! I've never built any of his trucks but I would like to. When I want to know how a moc is built or its mechanic I normally take pictures of it even if they are not so good. This is how I have found how to make Ingmar's chassis but if I could buy is instructions I would do it without hesitation for is mack vision but for now I can't.
  10. [WIP] Mack Granite gu813

    I know that it look like a mix of these two trucks and I assume that I have taken some inspiration from some parts but its not very strange that they look similar when the real truck looks like a mix of these too! For the frame, the rear axles will probably be just there for now because I try to modify my Caterpillar's axle setup because it was only made for AWD, when the front driven axle was removed the gears had problem (cracking gears)!
  11. [WIP] Mack Granite gu813

    Thanks but it will stay a three axles truck. The picture was just to show you the cab and Hood of truck! I had already made one with two steerable axles for my Caterpillar so I don't want to try for now! What do you mean by mix only the axles or the entire truck?
  12. [WIP] Mack Granite gu813

    Thanks! For the suspension it is 2legoornot2lego's mack granite and scania system!
  13. Hi guys! Today I'm happy to show you my lastest moc. As you can see by the title it is a mack granite truck and for more precision a GU813! This one: Personnaly I think that these truck are one of the most beautiful trucks! And here is my lego version: It is powered by two xl motors (6x4) ,one servo and two pairs of pf lights It's not finished yet, but it will be ready soon! The top and the back of the cab are always one of the most difficult part in the build (I think). I use the same color as my Caterpillar but this time all the truck is black, and with red and white stripes At this point I'm very proud of how it turns out. And just for you to know, I've starded this two days ago (the hood,bumper and cab) the chassis was already built for an other truck but this one took is place you can see the blueprint of a scania LT146 under it! Some more pictures: Thanks for reading! Hope you like it. Don't hesitate to post if you have any question or remark! There will be more updates this week and maybe it will be finished!
  14. Fragile wires or not

    Me I have broken I think 4 m-motor 2 or three XL and one servo but the damages where always inside the motor so I've found a way to fix them if they are damage Inside to you can easily fix it, just cut 1 or 2 cm of wire and reconnect them and it will be ok! The servo is the only one I have not tried to fix!
  15. Thank you for your comment! Unfortunately I've disassembled the cab and Hood to make a new truck and I have forgot to make a video but I have one from some months with the same chassis (but old cab and Hood) here: Two xl motor was the only solution for this truck! I don't why but the weight must be approximatively the same as Ingmar's trucks but L motor was not enough powerfull for it. Maybe my next truck will only need two L motor or one XL because what I've realized is that the axle hole on the wheels are now more slack than before!