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About 88high

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    Prescott, Arizona
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    Legos, Weightlifting, Longboarding, Basketball, Mountain Biking,


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  1. I'm guessing you like Lego technic but I might be wrong ;)

  2. 88high

    Funny/embarrassing moments

    Okay, well this just happened Tuesday, but anyways... I was in Spanish class, and we had to do this dialogue with a partner... So as I was presenting, I glances quickly down at the script that said ?como te llamas? (what us your name) And instead, I said " ?Como te lamas? (like the animal lama) on accident... And the whole class and teacher cracked up. Then I corrected myself, and ended up getting an A on the assignment!
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    Did anybody see...

    Hey, did anybody notice what is happening today? Hint hint check my profile...
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    Clone Racers (Copycat Lego)

    I did some research and I found out that these SNL racers were being sold on wwww.Alibala.com for as low as $10-$20 USD. They are made by Yidan (or Yidang i forget)in Donguan, China. They are availible for mass order...I want to only get one because of the big green tires zblj uses a lot from the green one... (yes I forget the name)
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    Rostacaster Wheel Quanity

    Oh dang it will cost me $80.00+ :(
  6. Hey guys... just browsing around on brickshelf when I found Sardo's Toyota Hilux MOC. I like how accurately he represented the body style of a 1980's Toyota HiLux. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/sardo/Hilux/p9060006.jpg[/img More Pictures HERE! Thanks!
  7. Hey man<> im a TFOL too


  8. do you have imessage???

  9. 88high

    Linear Actuators VS Pneumatics

    I am more of a LA person, mainly because they are more precise on their movements, and can be controlled compactly via remote. No auto-pumps and switching systems to control! However, there are a few downsides... the first is the drivelines to power he LA's... They can be hard to incorperate with a compact model. The second is price... A big LA costs around $7.00-$10.00 USD... Times around 4 or 5 or so (the amount that you should have should be at least 4 or 5)The small LA's cost around $2.00-$5.00 USD and you hould get around 2-3... However they dont need tubing and switches and air tanks, so you dont need to buy that... Thats my opinion...
  10. I wish I could meet Paul Boratco in Person! It wouold be great< but I am across the country in Arizona.
  11. Hey guys, after taking a look at Burf2000's topic on the large rotacaster wheels, I was motivated to go and buyt some small ones to mess around with. I went to the website and saw that the small package was $21.99 USD for it, and I think that is a reasonable price... But i was wondering: Does anybody know the amount of rotacaster wheels that come in the small package? I would like to have 4. How many packages would I have to get to accumulate 4 small rotacaster wheels? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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    Clone Racers (Copycat Lego)

    Oh wow! looks great! does anybod know where you can order these online for shipping to the USA
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    Plagariarism at Brickfair

    NOW that is not right. Nico built and designed the model. HOW DARE the plagarist use it to win the contest... the prize should go to the 2nd place or nico
  14. SIMPLY AMAZING!!! :cry_happy:
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    RC Flat Bed Pickup

    Thanks for the images! I now have the front axle completed with the modifications for the M-motor! I also have the rear axle finished too. I will start on the frame now that I have a idea of how it was built. I was planning on using the 8110 tires, mounted on black rims too. Thanks so much for your help