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I made RC modifications to some past favorites for those of you who remember the 90s, also featuring some cosmetic/structural/functional improvements, as well as the real OG Technician. Love to hear thoughts & feedback 😁 8437 Future Car (Sahara Blaster) Features: 1. Technic Figure Compatible 2. RC Drive. PF L-Motor geared at 1 : 1. 3. RC Steering. PF Servo Motor. Upgraded turning radius. 4. Powered by Buwizz 2.0 5. Independent Front Suspension. Solid Axle Rear Suspension with flex. 6. Reinforced Wings. Improved range. Free Instructions HERE 8858 Rebel Wrecker (Big Foot) Features: 1. Technic Figure Compatible 2. RC Drive. PF L-Motor geared at 1 : 0.555. 3. RC Steering. PF Servo Motor. 4. RC Winch. PF M-Motor with worm gear. 5. RC Lights at front & above cab. 6. Powered by Buwizz 2.0 7. Independent Front Suspension. Solid Axle Rear Suspension with flex. Free Instructions HERE
Waler posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingHello, I’s been a long time ago Since I presented something here so it’s time to change it Few months ago there were a competition on our local LugPol forum where the goal was to remake a Technic set made before 2000 into studless model. I decided to take on workshop 8858 Rebel Wrecker. Beside my creation there were other two Rebels submitted. You can check all participants here: http://www.lugpol.pl...pic.php?t=26707 After all my remake of 8858 won in the category of more than 200, but less than 500 pieces. I have to say that it is not so easy to recreate a set into studless version. I told myself to keep all important points where things like suspension are mounded in the same place as in original set. So almost all dimensions stayed unchanged (e.g wheelbase, hood length, etc.) The main difference between original and my version is width. Old sets had even number of studs in wide, nowadays it’s an odd number. So my Rebel is 1 stud wider. When it comes to overall appearance I tried to make it as close as possible to the original but stay into modern style using liftarms instead of plates and bricks. Of course I had to change some kind of colours so for example Light Gray is replaced by LBG. One thing that I keep unchanged is front steering system. Yes, the small gear rack is present but for example 8048 which was released few years ago still has the same solution so I think that it’s fine to use it as well. Of course functionality of the model is the same as studfull, so working V6 engine and self locking rear winch is present. I am quite happy about this model. I made everything as I wanted, everything works, it took a first place so what to want more Below there is a video, and link to BS gallery. http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=561705 Greetings, Patrick.
Hello, I am building the LDD model of the 8858 Rebel Wrecker. However, when i want to connect a technic beam to a connector the align tool doesn't work. Does anybody know how to solve this? And another question, how do i get the truck horizontal again? It's at a different angle right now. I enclosed the LDD file and a screenshot. Thanks a lot in advance!