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  1. There have been a number of topics dedicated to the studless vs. studded discussion, but I'm more interested in uniting the two paradigms. I really like the new possibilities that studless building gives me, but I also like the look of studded models. The combination is wonderful, as builder like e.g. like 2LegoOrNot2Lego, Erik Leppen, M_Longer and others show. So I'm interested in learning techniques on how to combine the two. In particular, how do you deal with the odd vs. even number of studs along the width of your model? Parts like are useful, but I guess there's many more possibilities. Can you share some? Illustrated examples are welcomed
  2. As the title says, which construction style of Technic is better, studded or studless? Look at the poll, and sound off. I couldn't get a poll to work, so could the mods please delete this.
  3. Here's my Peterbilt MOC with a Formula 1. There's about 800 parts in the truck, lenght 0,5m, weight 1kg. No steering hence I had no part for that, however it is easy to modify when I get some more parts. The engine is CAT Turbo Diesel. I took some ideas from set 5580 but other than that it's all my own desing. The Formula has steering and a pull back motor. It's a big rig! Thanks for watching.
  4. On MOCpages, Senator Chinchilla recently posted numerous pictures of his STUDDED Lego Datsun 240Z model. His shows all of its features: