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  1. Technonsense

    DNR Shifter Issue

    Try this: It can easily handle the torque of a XL-motor and will fit nicely into your chassis Good luck with your car! I
  2. Technonsense

    DNR Shifter Issue

    The slipping can be because the H-frame moves out of the pins:
  3. Technonsense

    [MOC] Compact Log Loader

    No, I just have to keep the remote above or behind the vehicle.
  4. Hi Eurobricks! I would like to share my newest creation with you: a log loader. It is roughly based on a Skogger loader. It has four RC functions: - propulsion - steering - boom - grabber A XL motor is geared down 3:1 to give the four wheels a descent speed and power: I used a servo motor for the steering: The boom is controlled by a M motor via 2 mini LAs. The grabber is also controlled by a M motor and uses a worm gear on two 16t gears. Because the body is only 8 studs at its widest, I had to use a custom 9V battery. Finally the video: Please leave a comment and tell me what you think!
  5. Technonsense

    [MOC] Jeep Mighty FC

    Here is a short video to show the durability:
  6. Technonsense

    [MOC] Jeep Mighty FC

    No, the grey 20t beval gear is the one with the round centre hole and is only there to help to prevent slipping. I will make one as soon as we have good weather again here in South Africa! Thanks for the rest of the comments, I really appreciate it!
  7. Technonsense

    [MOC] Jeep Mighty FC

    I wanted to build a small rc version of a Jeep Mighty FC for a long time, and finally managed to do so: My main goal was outdoor performance, so I've used a XL motor geared down 1:2.78 for propulsion. A servo motor was used for steering. With only 12 studs between the insides of the wheel hubs, I had to squeeze in portal axles for the front and rear. Of course we also have suspension: The belly-shot: And the video(sorry for bad resolution): The chassis can be separated from the bodywork and battery in about 10sec. Although it was only possible to build in yellow, I tried to include as much detail as possible and did my best to hide most of the interior. I hope you like it. Feel free to leave your comments and criticism!
  8. Technonsense

    [MOC]4x4 truck

    It is possible but, with a 11wide chassis, I prefer a smaller ground clearance to portal axles causing extra friction and slipping gears.
  9. Technonsense

    [MOC]4x4 truck

    This was supposed to be a Unimog 401 but things turned out a little different. some specs: Drive: XL motor geared 1:1 Steering: servo motor Openable doors etc It also has rear pendular suspension: And of course a belly-shot: I will make a video as soon as possible to prove its off-road performance. I hope you like it!
  10. Technonsense

    [MOC] 4x4 retro car help

    You can use something like this for your front suspension:
  11. Technonsense


    I like your compact chassis. The XL motor is geared 1:1 to the wheels, right?
  12. Watch that guy's hand on the left side. It looks like he's pulling something...
  13. I can't see why the hub holders would not work. Good luck with your Avtoros!
  14. WOW!! Nice design and functions!
  15. Technonsense

    Lego Technic 8258 DumpTruck

    No, 8258's LA's are the strongest. Two would work if it is not the 24t clutch gears that are slipping.