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Thirdwigg replied to Thirdwigg's topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingAnother addition is added to the Thirdwigg Farm with the John Deere Scout Tractor. Built in the same scale as all the other machines, this Tractor has the same attachment points as the Atmos tractor, so all implements are interchangeable. Features: Steering Rear PTO Lifting Bucket Tilting Bucket Removable Bucket Front Implement Mount Rear Implement Mount Free Instructions for the Tractor are at Rebrickable.com. Instructions for a small trailer are also free. Instructions are also available for a front snow plow, and a rear snow blade. Find them at Rebrickable as well. The tractor makes a fun little companion to the Atmos tractor. And a little video of the tractor. Something is not working with my filming, so it's a little below my usual standards. I hope you all enjoy!
Thirdwigg posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingI have watched in awe of some of the great tractors from that have been added to this forum in the last couple of months. So enjoy another one, even if it not at the same level of perfection. More implements are coming... The tractor features: -Rear Wheel Drive -HOG Steering -I4 Engine (Green of course) -Front PTO (on/off switch) -Rear PTO (on/off switch) -Front Three Point Hitch (HOG) -Rear Three Point Hitch (HOG) -Opening Hood And the rear with PTO and drawbar. And the bottom for a little idea of how it all fits together. Much more at thirdwigg.com, and you can view the full album on Flickr.com.
desert752 posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingHi! I've added winter test-drive: This topic is updated with short review: Hello! After my Feller-Buncher I've decided to create one more forest tractor – it's John Deere Skidder 648L. Skidder is a type of heavy vehicle used in a logging operation for pulling cut trees out of a forest. Unfortunately the scale of my skidder differs from the scale of the Feller-Buncher because there are no such a big wheels in Lego. Maximum dimensions: 50x18x22 cm, clearance – 2.5 cm, the weight – 1660 g, the scale 1:19. There are nine PF motors, four IR receivers and one LiPo in my model. We have eight RC functions here: 1. All-Wheel Drive, two L-motors; 2. Steering, articulated chassis, M-motor; 3,4. Two-stage crane, two M-motors; 5. The claw, M-motor; 6. Claw rotation, M-motor. Also we can rotate the claw manually; 7. The blade in the front, M-motor; 8. The winch for trees pulling. Also my model has pendular front suspension like the original machine. Video demonstration: And more photos of course: Flickr: https://flickr.com/photos/141718063@N06/albums/72157669256376081 Thanks for watching! Leave your comments if you like it :)
Thirdwigg posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingAfter spending a lot of time on the Cadillac ATS, it was time to make something a little more simple. Here is a John Deere Windrower. Much more at Thirdwigg.com. Features: Steering I-3 Motor Portal Axles Working Mowing Implement Implement Lifting arm Green Enjoy.