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Hi guys! Today I'm happy to show you my finished Cat ct660 truck. It have all-Wheel-drive chassis, mobular cab and Hood and it can be easily changed into a dump truck by removing the fifth Wheel to place a m motor. The truck use one servo motor for steering and two XL motor for propulsion. More pictures can be found here:https://www.flickr.com/photos/145703305@N06/albums It took me a while but the instructions are done and I will put the link soon! Link for the instructions:http://rebrickable.com/mocs/Technivor/caterpillar-ct660 Thanks for tking the time to read and any comments are welcome!
Hi everyone, I am pleased today to present you the latest changes to my Caterpillar Ct660: the most important being is that I managed to pass the frame with single propulsion from Ingmar (2legoornot2lego) to a 6x6 chassis! It took me a while to get there, but I ended up doing it by completely redesigning the rear axles. The second change is the addition of a dump bed, which was not at all clear but has been greatly facilitated by the new configuration of the rear axles. For my truck I was inspired by Ingmar's trucks and thanks to him because this is the first time I am able to keep one of my moc as long (for 9 months). Normally they stay nearly 3 to 4 months assembled! Functions Steering done by a servo-motor connected with two universal joints to the front axle; Propulsion: motor-XL> 12t / 20t-> 12t / 20t / differential; LA (tipper): m-motor-> 8t / 24t-> LA The bucket is operated by a switch hidden in a control panel: For the aesthetics of the dump I opted for something simple, that is to say, square edges. And visually, it goes well with the design of the truck. Here are more photos: Fo now I'm petty satisfied with the result of my truck Feel free to ask questions and give feedback. On this good day to all!