Jundis

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  1. Jundis

    [WIP] Utility Vehicle

    Maybe these will complement better with the panels on the side, but just an idea :-)
  2. What a glorious MOC
  3. Jundis

    42122 Jeep Wrangler

    Compared to the 42093 it's a heavy improvement, definetly a buy for me. I think it would have been hard/inconvenient to put it in, as the steering axle is goes through the center.
  4. Jundis

    42122 Jeep Wrangler

    According to JB-Spielwaren: Translation: "This year there is again something new for LEGO Technic fans: the 42122 Jeep Wrangler set! The set consists of 665 LEGO elements and is a great replica of the original Jeep Wrangler. The set includes: 665 LEGO elements Winch Front wheel steering Independent suspension License from Jeep."
  5. Do you use the "Hinge" feature? Just connect the piece to a pin and rotate it... you can send me a message if you need help :-)
  6. Jundis

    [MOC] Vintage Tractor

    I just love old style machinery like this. Especially the steering system via push-rods. Just a question: On the left sided level for the steering, why did you use such a strange combination and not just 3L half beams? Also: A little colour would give this wunderful piece a nicer look I think^^ @I_Igor: Depends, if you have front wheels driven (profile is needed) or just front wheels for steering (no profile needed).
  7. A pure beauty :-) This also in exactly the scale I like for a Lego truck. Just one little detail: Can you fill the underside of the hood with a inverted curved slope like 13547 (sadly not available in blue...) or 24201?
  8. Jundis

    42121 Hydraulic Excavator

    Nice parts pack. Actually I think the initial idea of the designer has been the usage of pneumatics. The dimentions for the upper main arm for example seems more fitting for small 11x1 cylinder. The forward attachment of the small LA looks a workaround solution... Also the main frame surely has enough space for a pump.
  9. This looks so useful, even I am a purist :D I think it should have a mount to fit a bigger LA. But this is tricky, as you can't couple the axle holes... are these half stud pin holes in your motor?
  10. Jundis

    [MOC] Volvo G970 Motor grader

    Very nice! There are so many details I like about this one, espeacially the side engine cover with the cut rigid hoses, which just look fabulous! great job. :-)
  11. I am speechless... watched the video with mouth open.... So smooth and really seems compact, sturdy and oh so functional. Bravo!
  12. Jundis

    [MOC] Pneumatic Excavator

    What a great build! The playability looks superb.
  13. Jundis

    Effe's MOC Corner

    Oh man... basic math ... my nemesis... :D
  14. Jundis

    Effe's MOC Corner

    The lower part of the cab looks so good! The grill however could be smoother.. maybe wait for the black 3x7 panel in in the new grave digger model? The 3L half stud liftarms should be attachable to get the 8 stud wide front :-)
  15. Oh man, what a beauty! Such clean lines and efficiency like the narrow turning radius. This model again screams for 75...80 tires with tractor profile :-)