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  1. I can see your limited in height due to your Chassis, however could you have the 8:24 reduction before the final drive, pipasseyoyo has a very good model using the same principles as you want. After a lot of playing around with a axle I have used you could mod to fit what you want .lxf is on my bricksafe page.
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    [MOC] Dual-Driveshaft Pickup

    No worries Kevin, thank you for the answer. Kind regards Matt.
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    [MOC] Dual-Driveshaft Pickup

    Bit of a long shot? But I really like your Panjero I know you where not interested in making instructions, But would you have LXF? as I have reversed engineered most of your moc but are stuck on a few parts, Kind regards Matt.
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    Lego Honda CRX

    Its is quite a popular series the speed champion. the model in question is done by peter blackert, who can be only described as a serial car nut in this scale or style. Download LDD Lego digital designer and have a got at reverse engineering the car, there are certainly enough "photos" of it however being a rendering the bricks used for the rear window glass have never come out in that colour.. I think in real life it would be a rather fragile build, after having a quick play in LDD you would have to do a lot of work to get a robust model.
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    Grum's Shed

    I would not feel to bad grum I had finished building a engine only to find two bolts left! So I stripped it down and rebuild it again only to have the same two bolts sitting there only to suddenly realise a mate and is two yearold son had stopped by a quick phone call solved the problem
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    [MOC] Dual-Driveshaft Pickup

    Kevin Your English is excellent as for the accent, you should do radio work as its clear and precise. A well engineered drive train, certainly on my build list.
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    Axle Collection Thread

    I am glad I am not the only one that liked the Toyota 4Runner / Surf and have been quietly reverse engineering it, though the front axle had me well and truly stumped. So I certainly salute you for being able to reverse engineer it, However I would love to see your .lxf as Im quite stumped how you did the steering
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    Looks good though will you be adding air tanks behind the rear axle
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    [MOC] Tractor Trailer

    Brickshelf no longer works use
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    Effe's MOC Corner

    from memory ( I have lost my LDD file ) @Ingmar Spijkhoven turntable height is either seven or eight studs from the axle center, the mack granite by Grego18 which uses your turntable and rear axle set is eight, Its hard to tell, until you actually hook a trailer up, on a flat surface I think it will be fine. I for one am certainly looking forward to this being finished ( and hopefully like your K100 instructions as well )
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    Technic Pub

    I understand totally what you are saying the one thing with the lego community is that we don't like seeing members or nonmembers being ripped off. I do see a lot of this on ebay due more it's a global market place.
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    [MOC] Tractor Trailer

    not quite the right links, is asking for a sign in?
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    Technic Pub

    I believe that you can report the auction to eBay for removal but then again it' not illegal to sell a open source document.
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    Grum's Shed

    The 8258 is something of a holy grail set that I would like to add to the collection, I do have enough spare parts to build it from, may be not quite the same.
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    [MOC] Tractor Trailer

    I certainly would be interested in the ldd file for the trailer