ArsMan064

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  • Birthday 01/29/2002

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  1. ArsMan064

    [MOC] El Toro Loco Pull&Back model

    Thank you a lot! :) Thank you all! Glad to read) Thank you! Always making free instructions for such small models :)
  2. Hello to all! Today I want to show you my newest model - El Toro Loco Pull&Back model Watch the video firstly! Model was built special for "LTR Monster Jam " contest by "Lego Technic Russia" community Model took 2nd place! So many great models were in the contest... When I was building the model, I tried to keep some requirements: Model should be robust enough to withstand crashes Model shouldn't have overloaded design Because of Pull&Back entity... In result we can see this model - robust, easy to play model. As for me, I find model pretty nice :) It's good when you like your model, I think. I tried to recreate main design principles of the real monster truck: flame orange body, bull-like front body shape, teeth line, vivid stickers. Also would be great to keep some other design rules, for example - descending body line. Also there is some imitation of the suspension. Some words about features: Except the main function - drive via Pull&Back motor, there is another feature - removable body. To be honest, it is a bit tricky process. I created a free pdf instruction - find it on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-76808/ArsMan064/el-toro-loco-pullback-model/#details Full gallery see on BrickSafe: https://bricksafe.com/pages/ArsMan064/el-toro-loco -------------------------------------- Thank you for the reading!
  3. ArsMan064

    [MOC] Case QuadTrac 620 & Elmer HaulMaster 2000

    What a great complex moc! I really like movable ladder - pleasure for eyes to see that :) PF functions are really good for such scale And just want to say, that using system tiles in the front part of model is a really great way to imitate lines on this part on the real machine
  4. ArsMan064

    Eurobricker's share your trucks!!!!

    Oh, trucks! I love trucks! Should say, that our russian Rig&Roll competitions (RRC) gave plenty of beacutiful mocs - trucks in mack anthem's scale. That's my trucks for RRC: MAN TGS 8x8 Kenworth T800 tridem Last photo from the RRC MAN TGA AURELION 2040 - futuristic low truck Released only in my instagram - MAN TGX. I hope, official "review" will be soon Trucks not for RRC: The first of all my rigs - this tiny GAZ 66, was made for mini HTC (hard truck contest) KAMAZ 43118 timber truck KAMAZ 43118 flatbed And the winter mod with trailer coupling - released, again, only in my instagram for today Well, that's my trucks! Very nice to see plenty of great models in this topic, thanks to all!
  5. I like functionality of this model!
  6. Nice colours, nice truck, snowy weather and calm music - what more is needed?...
  7. I really like this little set! I like how arches made
  8. ArsMan064

    [MOC] Unimog U400

    WOW! That's outstanding! Such a great look and details! Nice to see unusual use of arches
  9. ArsMan064

    Toyota Land Cruiser 150 Prado

    Incredible shape of body! Excellent work
  10. Looks like it is more reliable solution that one I used. Thank you!
  11. Great mod! Very interesting to see front axle, because it was really challeging for me to build front axle with drive and steering in this scale when I was building my own Wrangler for TC18. I see, there aren't any supporting parts between differential and cv joints. Is differential held only by cv joints?
  12. ArsMan064

    42122 Jeep Wrangler

    Deja vu... Model, color, scale... :)
  13. ArsMan064

    [MOC] Land Rover Defender 90

    Thank you very much!
  14. ArsMan064

    [MOC] Land Rover Defender 90

    Thank you for comment! Rear windows sides may looks pretty flimsy, but they are reliably pressed by top window beam, only rear side may fall of from hard vibration and direct touch :) Windshield is fixed by two 4 l system bars below and by two modified plates to roof on the top. For this reason windshield is fixed very well. Roof is fixed by 2 pins to the chassis, by two modified plates to the windshield, and by two supports axles, which is easily replacable with two 3 l pins. Roof is fixed really reliably.
  15. Hello! Approximately 9 month ago I built this model for Moscow Brickfest 09/11/2019 for trophy pro racing. Sorry for such late publication On this event model awarded in design competition (the model turned out to be quite heavy for fast overcoming obstacles) I think, everybody know, how Land Rover Defender is looking, but here is inspiration just in case Overview: Features 1) Drive (2 L motors) and steering (m motor) 2) Used electrics: 2 L motors 1 M motor PF lights LiPo Extension wire SBrick 3) Openable doors and hood 4) Detailed interior Real Defender's interior: 5) Working steering wheel and openable glove box (see video below) 6) Detailed underhood space These black hinges are easily replaceable with round black 90 degrees connector. 7) Suspension The chassis is pretty similar to chassis of my older model - Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. Main changes in steering system. 8) Detailed design All photos you can find there: https://bricksafe.com/pages/ArsMan064/land-rover-defender Watch the video! There is shown all features at their best. Check also video about Moscow Brickfest 09/11/2019 from GooberReboot Instruction There is instruction available on Rebrickable (PDF): https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-49183/ArsMan064/land-rover-defender-90/#comments That's all! Thank you for reading! Hope you like it