Arioh

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  1. Arioh

    42116 Skid Steer Loader

    It is Look closely at it on this photo
  2. Arioh

    42116 Skid Steer Loader

    B-model is really unexpected one...
  3. Arioh

    42116 Skid Steer Loader

    Rebuilded. I ddint have 1L worm gear, so put old 2L worm gear mesehed with 24z gear. It has just two functions, as been noted before - raising/lowering bucket, and tipping it. Overall - its nice and very strudy model, with decent gear count (5) for its size. Still nothing could beat 42102 in terms of mini-set awesomeness for me.
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    42116 Skid Steer Loader

    It maybe odd, but it perfectly working. Using Jurss's mockup, i finished it. Also some color fixes included. https://www.dropbox.com/s/l16667wssdae8hh/42116.lxf?dl=0 And for 6L beam under the seat, my guess that it could have 2L beam to limit bucket arm lowering below ground.
  5. Can someone clarify small question about PF L motors and V1 reciver? I know, that 2 PF L motors on one channel of V1 reciver are underperfoming. So here is the question. if i put 2 recivers in model, one purely for servo and second for motors, where each L motor use its own channel, does they would reach their proper speed, and would such combination safe for hard-coupled motors? I'm trying to make rc 42077, and have only V1 recivers and regular AA battery box. Thus question above. Or what is better for model of such scale and weight - 2 L motors, 1 XL or 2 XL motors?
  6. Arioh

    42110 - Land Rover Defender

    I didnt have any problems with my Def either... I never managed to make transmission cracking and skipping in regular play (without trying to crack it on purpose), I love how it looks, i love all that expierence with building it ( additional difficulty in my build was to build it morrored to get RHD model.)
  7. Arioh

    wheel lock for RIM 55982

    Maybe better solution would be to use these rims https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=55982&idColor=5#T=C&C=86 ? They already come with cross axle hole instead of round pinhole
  8. Small update. Just quickly threw together crude test body. Body and chassis are both build like tank, feels very solid and robust. Still, body could be very easily removed (in RC style) - just just need to pull out two pins, take off 2 half-bushes and HOG gear. Also its realively easy to pull out engine from chassis. Maybe ill pause here, maybe redesgin body, or made whole new entry, i didnt sure yet... UPD - Added LXF file https://www.dropbox.com/s/tbuasw7g5wy6kv9/Baja Bug.lxf?dl=0 And work on this baja-like buggy is stopped. Working on other model for TC18
  9. Hello to all. I decided to try my weak skills in this small car challenge too. I decided to totally change while direction of my entry, instead of baja-bettle-buggy ill will do Hi-Ace style mini-truck. Old (totally different) idea:
  10. Arioh

    42110 Land Rover pointers

    Seems i was lucky, i never managed to make my copy of Landy to emit any cracks even on highest gears... Just careful building with ensuring that all grears didnt squeezed, proper u-joint aligment made miracle on my set.
  11. I love this scale. I’ll try to make something too. And I have a question - 3rd party bands allowed, but is makeshift springs( made from auto pen springs) allowed?
  12. Ouch, didn’t noticed that. I initially build blue version from my spares when first preliminary photos leaked, and i initially made hood with proper angle, thus I didn’t noticed, that in instruction that moment didn’t covered...
  13. @Sariel Nice 42102 review, as always. But there is small aligment error in the model in the video. And such error i saw nearly in any review... Hood of the tractor is paralel to horizont in your build, when it should be sloped. Here is the photo of said error: lime original set - correct hood position, blue spare-piece replica - position like in your, and many other reviews... But still, its awesome little set, and b-model is good too - it features rear wheel steering, and chassis isnt exactly same.
  14. @Nebulaire, nowhere, just build it only by using picture on the back of the box and official promotion video as reference. Here LXF model of B model https://www.dropbox.com/s/7h7jzuoixpmelb9/42102 b.lxf?dl=0
  15. I love that small and fun set. Both A and B models are awesome and cute. This small set is also nice part donor too.