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StudRobotics posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingI'm back with one last issue in my GX EV3 build. I just got done finishing the doors, side panels, rear trunk door, hood, and some part of the roof. But the vehicle was so heavy that when I drove it around, it kept on doing the same thing. The diffs were clicking and the car had very much difficulty moving. Here is a picture of the bottom of the vehicle. Most of the clicking seems to be coming from the rear diff when I move the wheels by hand. I can either do two things. 1. Reinforce the rear diff somehow. 2. Improve it's off-road performance and stop the clicking somewhat by replacing the diffs with knob gears. But this will come at the cost of independent moving between the wheels. What should I do? Please give me the best response you can so the clicking will stop and I could finally take this AWD machine through some rough terrain like a real SUV. I really appreciate any advice.
Hello everyone, I’m about to move from Belgium to the US for a permanent relocation (and the answer is no, it's not because LEGO is cheaper there ;-) ...although I'm not complaining!) All our stuff will travel by sea in a container (5 weeks without LEGO ) and I have two questions for the community regarding the move of my LEGO collection. First - the packing. A specialized company will come and pack our belongings, it’s an insurance policy thing. Right now all my bricks are sorted in various drawers – see the picture hereafter. I have a few unopened sets and storage boxes too. The expert came to inspect our house and make an evaluation of the volume of things to be moved. He claims there is no problem, the idea is that anything that does not fit into a standard moving box will be wrapped in paper. For my drawer towers, they intend to wrap them with packaging paper and seal it all with tape. The method seems ok with me – do you guys agree? Second – the value There are no particularly “rare” sets in my collection and except for a couple of sets everything is parted out. I’m into LEGO for the MOCs and nothing else and when I buy a set it’s usually for the parts. I must declare a value for all the goods being moved. How can I estimate the value of my collection, with a price per kg? If so, would anyone have a guidance? Thank you!