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Well, I was not really 100% happy with the buggy I made and in that post I asked for advice on drive axles. Unfortunately as I mostly only have old pieces (pre dark-ages) I could not make most of the suspensions So I tried one that I could use (I originally wanted to make a mini front wheel drive car) and made a mini car with what I could. I'm really proud of what has turned out, the truck looks like a jeep/hummer as is so freaking cute I designed the chassis so that the bodies are interchangeable. I think that a competition where everyone is to make a body for one type of chassis would be really cool, but i'm not famous so it seems far fetched Thanks guys, <forgot to add> The reason this car is a little slow is that my family forced me to purchase rechargeable batteries meaning that the output is 7v not 9v. I would get a buwizz but that is expensive
A few of you may have seen my earlier post about an axle, and this is where it has ended up. This is a chassis for a long wheelbase, lifted pickup truck. It features 4 wheel drive, steering, and solid axle suspension with coil shocks in the front and leaf springs in the back. Soon I will be building a Ford F-250 body for it. But enough talk, here are some pictures. Front axle, with panhard bar: Rear axle and leaf springs: Comments, criticisms, and suggestions are welcome!
Hi everyone! This is my new MOC, a small scale version of my past Land Rover Defender 90, with which I got really frustrated. ( http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=101819&st=0 ) It's approximetely technic figures scale. It has hand of god steering and suspended rear axle. Also you can open doors, hood, and back. Hope you liked it! See ya soon!
Hello! Some years ago I made a miniature version of the 8868 classic technic set. It's a 1:2 scale model of the original set. The pictures could be better, but I made them in 2010, back then I didn't care much about lights and background. Original: http://www.brickshel...y.cgi?i=3727866 My version: Folder: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=429085 I tried to make a model also of the V6 engine: Like the original, it has a pneumatic compressor: You can control the small pneumatic cylinder which can raise/lower the claw arm in the back with this pneumatic switch. In the original 8868, this switch is placed similar. (there are sticker copys about the original's stickers to show the arm's positions) You can steer it with HOG, and a micromotor drives the vehicle (unfortunately back then I used a cutted piece in the drive shaft, but it can be made with regular Lego pieces - I"m planning to make this mini 8868 again in a better way) Of course, it has cables for powering the compressor's 71427 motor and for the micromotor. The claw arm can be only raised, and a small rubber band is responsible for the backward movement: With the small 8t gear in the right side of the cabin you can rotate the upper structure. This is the mechanism to make it: http://www.brickshel...y.cgi?i=4453741 Video: