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  1. Hello. I want to present you my new creation - Trial Crawler. The idea to make the crawler for trial appeared long ago, but had neither the time nor the energy, ideas. Having studied many designs, I decided at all costs to build model for trial. The main problem that I faced was the suspension. To reduce friction loss, I decided to put the motor on the axle. Patency at a decent level, but sometimes clings motors of obstacles. Features: - 4x4 with XL-motor - Steering with Servo-motor - IR-receiver v2 Suspension: That's all. Thank you for your attention. Your Sicil. Sorry for my bad english.
  2. Sicil

    Crawler WIP

    Hello. I decided to build the crawler for trial. So far only the chassis is ready, but the model will be updated. At the moment there are only a few photos. The drive two XL-motors, one for the axle. Servo motor for steering. I would like to hear the opinion of experienced builder of trial trucks. That's all. Thank you for your attention.
  3. Hey everyone, back with a smart solution to the negative caster on axles with unimog ball joints, and a compact start to a chassis with two xl motors. I scrapped my old trial truck start but it was too complicated, and I need to stick to simplicity, with less gears and weight pics: ^while testing strength, I underestimated torque and it pulled my finger in...still hurts I guess it will help steering and just look better, and maybe suspension will twist/compress better... hope you like it!
  4. I got through the first two thirds of building, and I tested the drivetrain. The wheels are turning in opposite directions from each other, so the vehicle can't drive. I've tried flipping ad switching the motors and cables, but I can't find the problem. Any ideas?
  5. I filmed myself taking apart the 9398 Rock Crawler, then turned it into a time lapse. I'm rather pleased with how this one turned out, but I want to try again with the Unimog and a more consistent camera placement.
  6. My first entry to challenge. Hope not the last.
  7. because of the critical high center of gravity which my panel van has, i have made a more flat crawler. some people say it looks a little bit like a cobra other people think it is the child of a coke bottle but you should make your own opinion more pictures on flickr please vote if you like it.