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  1. Hello, since my somehow succesfull moc the Challenger MT965E i decided to build more, and now in form of familiar Case ih tractor, i already builded bare chassis, this time i switched to servo operated steering instead of linear acctuators, videos of progress are here, if you have any ideas and recomendations, ill welcome them :) Current form PART 1 PART 2
  2. Another month, another model :D This time I come back to agricultural machinery. I built the 150 hp Case 1455 XL tractor and the Bunning Lowlander 105 mk4 manure spreader. For comparison, photos of real machines CASE 1455 XL The tractor is built on the chassis I used in the previous ones. After many tests and delicate modifications, it turned out to be very reliable and solid. In addition, it is very versatile - it allows you to build most tractors in the power range of 140 to 170 km in a 1:17 scale. It have four functions, large motor for driving, servo for steering, medium motor - PTO and medium motor for three-point hitch system. The previous ones, has SBricks for controll the model. This one has two IR recivers. Some of the people buying building instructions asked, if there was a chance to replace the sbrick, so I met the expectations. My favorite element of this model is the hood. It could be a standalone set from the creator series :D Fortunately for me, 1x1 brackets appeared, without them it would not be possible to build it. Bunning Lowlander 105 mk4 The first problem I encountered when trying to build a spreader was the choice of the model itself. They are all divided into high and low frame ones. As I wanted to use agricultural tires, I chose the low frame. I chose the blue Bunning Lowlander. Very nice because it has detailed side boards, a lot of details and interesting colors scheme. In fact, the model is very simple. Its mechanisms are limited to sliding floor chains and spinning shafts. I added a tensioning mechanism for flor chains by using a shock absorber and it works very well. The whole thing looks good and I like it very much. You can find building instructions here: Selfy: Rebrickable: The whole thing, although rather simple, gave me a lot of fun. Especially the spreader. Down below You can find photos and a short video presenting the possibilities of the set.
  3. A lot of WIPs going on here is Thirdwiggville, so while the Unimog and SRT are still in progress, let's add another tractor. The tractor came together in 10 days, which is pretty quick for me. Not sure about the mirrors or the air intake, but the rest is pretty final. Now on to the trailers.
  4. Sooo it's been a while since i've posted here.. reason being that life happened Anyway also been a while since i've looked at my lego but recently i've gotten the itch to build a thing or two. Most of them are not complete and maybe never will be but I like building and it's a stress relief so why not? Pictures? Sure! Without many words. Just wanted to share them because in my opinion there are way to little tractors being built in lego form and even less tractor pullers. So here goes.. Ford County 754 Mini puller or 'mini rod' as i believe they call them in the USA.. Unlimited tractor puller with three turbine engines And last but not least, unlimited tractor puller with 16 cylinder radial engine WIP
  5. This is a Dumper Tractor, the model I've developed in 2019 for the younger audience of builders (8+). It has 330 parts on 75 different ones and comes with an alternate build, just like an official set. On rebrickable you get instructions for the main and for the alternate model. Dumper Tractor (main model) The model features articulated steering on a working steering wheel and a tipper which is operable on both sides with a clever linkage system. The tipper is lockable - tipping and steering always works together. Under the hood you can see a piston moving by spinning the wheels. The model is built at larger scale and fits for example the 42114 Hauler. Yes in real live such a Hauler is very big, but a Dumper is rather small. Here are more pictures of the model: Racing Kart (alternate build) If you have all parts listed in the inventory, you can build something different from the Dumper - a cool Racing Kart. It features a working steering wheel and a moving piston as well. Instructions Both instructions for the Dumper Tractor and for the Racing Kart comes in high quality images with a simple step by step following and easy build. Here are two example pages from the main model: ... and for the alternate build what you get two cool models they are very fun to play with satisfying builds with clever building techniques high quality premium instructions with clear images And remember again, you get the instructions for both models! ;) color changes Of course you can build the models in totally different colors, as long the parts are available in those colors or become available in the near future. Below are some color changes for inspiration: One thing to mention: Due the cancel of 42113 the tapered panel is yet not available in orange. Hopefully this part becomes available later to build a orange tipper. more pictures, more content Feel free to visit the showroom of my page to see more pictures and 360 degrees renderings of the models. follow this link or visit the models on rebrickable
  6. Using 3385 parts only from 42082 set (83.3%) Tractor is alternate of 42054 Claas Xerion 5000 TRAC VC Color design - red hood and roof, dark bluish gray cabin, black outside surfaces, different color for important details All functions from 42054 remains: Motorized functions: * cabin rotation and elevation * schaft driving Power Take Offs (front + rear) Manual functions: * Hand of God with 3 steering modes: * 4 wheel steering * front axle steering * crab steering * PTOs elevation New functions + details: * front exhaust * reinforced front and back axle * improoved front axle steering by adding second liftarm * front engine trunk is operated via linear actuator 8 attachments: (all can be built at the same time) Manual: * snow plough (front/rear) * dead weight * water tank for animals * herse Motorized: * dual lawn mower (front/rear) * reel and hook - both direction operations + neutral for freely unload cable * windmill (ECO) Building of a crane was not possible due to missing second large turntable, on the other hand remaining pieces gave me plenty of options Why windmill? I came with the question, if there is any tractor, that is strictly battery powered - everyone is thinking ECO these days. Right now it doesn't exist, but there are some studies of how it should work. My idea came like this: windmill has integrated battery storage and acumulates energy thorough the day. For every night tractor connects to it to recharge. There is also aditional diesel motor. Windmill is realeased as separate freemium model All attachments are compatible with original 42054! 392 pages of generated instructions for experienced builder (A4 landscape orientation) - sample on bricksafe Instructions created by KAMEIV Sorry for the long video, I wanted to show all functions, and there is plenty of playability with this moc! I always liked 42054, but it was released in my dark days, when I wasn't interested in lego. This model is so good, that's almost impossible to get it 3 years after it's release date, and noone is selling it in second-hand market. So I decided to build it from newer set. Funny think though, once finished this moc and prepared for shooting video I found it for good price on aftermarket, so now I have original and alternate ;) It took me about 2.5 months to finish this creation.
  7. Hello everybody. Here's my WIP moc of Case IH Magnum 340 CVX. Controlled by Control+ More photos soon, currently testing.
  8. amv

    [MOC] Cletrac K20

    Greetings, friends! :) The little tracked "workaholic" of the American company Cleveland Tractors hails from the 1930s. The model has 114 parts, 40 of which are links of caterpillars (20 each). Description of the assembly scheme can be found here: Best regards, AMV
  9. Hi, I decided to continue building of MOCs inspired by vehicles available in Spintires. Here is my first clash with rather big scale model - scale 1:15. It is russian tractor Kirovets K700A. For purists, only LEGO parts. Some details: - weight: 1,92kg - dimensions LxWxH: 40x18x22 cm - switchable 2x4/4x4 drive (XL motor) - articulated steering (M motor) - 2 speed gearbox with neutral - working steering wheel - working fake V8 engine - suspension via articulated frame - easy battery case change - openable hood and doors - 2 available channels ready for additions More photos: Video:
  10. Hello, I present here a small agricultural tractor. The origin of this model is simple. It has an educational value. I used the subject to begin explaining to my son the basic principles to achieve his own models. The purpose was therefore to explain to him the following principles: - Steering rack, steering wheel. - How does a pendular axle work? - The U-joint how does it work? - Differential utility, - Realization of a simple transmission, - How to properly cross a transmission axle and a steering shaft, - What is a gearbox? ; simplified application in on / off mode for a function. There were finaly lots off things to explain. And the result is a nice tractor, playable simple to build. Here it is : About the design, we are on a MF235 base or something like that, (it's not really important;) Some other views: The rear linkage is three-point type, the PTO is in the central position, offset from the wheel axle for realizing a transmission axle with the gearbox wich is located under the steering wheel and allows to put the PTO on/off. Closer: The lifting is carried out by means of a simple mini-cylinder controlled by a crank located on the left side of the tractor: The hood is openable, of course, and we have a small engine L3 in direct drive on the differential of the rear wheels: We added some details, such as a pseudo oil gauge: Small zoom on the PTO control, under the steering wheel: The front axle is pendular (thank you to the neighbor who showed it in real life to my son), a view of the driving position, with the high exhaust pipe , in order to not 'Gaz' the farmer :) And finally the traditional view from below or we somewhat sacrificed the possibilities of crossing by installing the mini-actuator, but ...Who cares? In the end this Moc comes back to me rather well, it fulfilled its first role;) What else? Steph.
  11. The crawler tractor with a realistic steering system. It is driven by a one XL-motor. 4 levers let you: - start engine; - select between 2 speeds (forward and rear); - steer. You have to pull the two central levers to turn the tractor left or right. Once being released the steering levers automatically return to their zero position. Update:
  12. Lego Tehnincs for me started with 42000 set. First step to own creations was small B-model modification Then I started to create my own creations. At that time I didn't even knew about other "sick" peaople and forums like this. So, as a first post, littlebit about what I have created until now. First creations was only from parts of 42000. First creation was some trike (or something like this) with font wheel drive Then there was (street)quad
  13. I 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, and you can view the full album on
  14. George Lego

    Greek National Highway Road

    This is a prior version of the Greek National Highway Road with a single middle partition
  15. Thirdwigg

    [MOC] Claas Atos

    I'm getting a little behind on posting some of the projects I have finished. Either way, here is a mid sized manual tractor, based (can't we get some red medium sized wheels) of the Claas Atos. A full gallery may be found on Flickr, and much more at Features: Rear wheel drive Steering 3 cylinder engine Front PTO Front Drawbar Rear PTO with on/off Rear Drawbar a couple of implements, more coming (probably)
  16. Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, BEHOLD: The Mighty MAZ 7310 Uragan Cargo Truck, in LEGO! This massive set, which I have designed over the course of two years, stands almost ten inches tall, two feet long, and is comprised of almost 7,000 pieces. I sat at my computer for hours a day, sometimes, surfing the web, looking at blueprints, building, deleting, building some more, etc. And now, finally, I can reveal my masterpiece to the world! Bwa-ha-ha! Okay, anyway, I have designed my set for maximum playability, stuffing it full of all sorts of awesome goodies, like opening hood, doors, tailgate, and utility boxes. A removable roof, folding rear seats, free-spinning wheels (including the steering wheel), two Diesel engine options, a generator, compressor, radiator, Master Mechanic's Toolkit, fuel and water drums, 12v batteries, large cargo container, winch, wide-load flags, roof racks, warning beacon, fog lights, two sets of mirrors, lightbars, and more! (Whew! I'm out of breath!) Now, for the real machine: The MAZ 7310 (Minsk Automobile Plant, in Russian), was a large 8-wheeled Missile Transport truck built in the 1950s and 60s. Soon after, people started using them as cargo trucks, tankers, tow trucks, and airport fire trucks. Alright, that's it! Thank you all for looking at my LEGO creation! If you have any questions, comment, I'll do my best to respond ASAP. Happy building and have a great day! Update: Also, some of you may have noticed that the cab of the real vehicle is slightly longer. This is true, I had to shorten the LEGO version out of necessity, as the extra length could’ve affected my MOC’s stability and structural integrity. I suppose I could probably figure it out eventually, but I like it how it is. Thanks for understanding!
  17. After some inspiration and ideas from the likes of @TeamThrifty, @I_Igor, @nerdsforprez, @kennywest and many others, and several hundred hours sat on the living room floor, i have functioning skid unit for my 1:12 MF 6716S tractor. The real thing: Disclaimers: it uses third party tyres - 2.2" RC4WD mud basher tractor tyres - and there's still a way to go on sorting cables, pipes, detailing etc but the functions i wanted to replicate are all... functioning DSC_1185 Functions: Full 4wd - no diff locks (no space!) from an XL motor which also drives the fake engine. From the rear diff the drive is split to two half-shafts on each side, driving z18s that engage inside the power miners wheels. This keeps the speed up and so torque down, and shares the torque going to the big rear wheels, as well as making a strong & balanced structure that (hopefully) can't pull itself apart under the torque. Steering via an M motor & z24 friction clutch "Quadlink" suspended front axle using 4 rubber figure of 8 donuts as the front mounts and two small pneumatic pistons as the springs Working rear linkage & pto, plus working front linkage and pto Working UK style automatic pick-up hitch - for those not 'in the know' this is standard fitment on most UK tractors and is basically a towbar that can be lowered and lifted with the rear link arms to attach trailers, and then locked into the raised position for safe towing or when not in use. The safety latch is operated from the cab. Mounting position behind the fake engine for (future!) fitting a loader. Driven axles provide rotation to drive large LAs for the lift/lower and small LAs for the tip/crowd functions Pneumatic system (incl tank) to provide pressure for the suspended front linkage, driving pneumatics on attachments (rear and hopefully on the loader) and for 'in-cab' operation of one of the changeover catches. An L motor drives either the rear linkage or the loader lift/lower via a changeover catch (catch 1). The front linkage can be latched either to the rear linkage or to the loader drive via a second changeover (catch 2). This means the front linkage can either work simultaneously with the rear or, if there is no loader fitted, on its own. Putting catch 2 in neutral means the front linkage doesn't operate at all - for loader work. An M motor drives either the rear PTO or the loader tip/crowd via changeover catch 3. The front pto can be connected, via changeover catch 4, either to the rear pto or to the loader tip/crowd. This means the front PTO can work simultaneously with the rear or on its own if no loader is fitted. Putting catch 4 in neutral means the front pto will not work at all - for loader work. The changeover movements for catches 1 and 3 will be slaved and (hopefully) driven by a small pneumatic piston with valve lever in the cab - so this lever will control switching drive from the L & M motors between the rear linkage / pto and the loader. Movements for 2 and 4 will be manual. The M motor also drives the pnuematic pump via a z24 friction clutch and changeover catch 5. The combination of on/off via the catch 5, friction clutch and air tank should hopefully give a full range of flexibility for keeping the air tank topped up without wearing out the friction clutch. The plan is to use an SBrick to control everything, probably with two profiles - a 'loader' profile with joysticks to control drive & steering and the loader, and a 'field work' profile with joystick for drive & steering, sprung slider for linkage operation and latched slider for pto operation (if indeed such arrangement of sliders is possible - a future problem!) It could also be done with 2nr IR receivers and maybe a bit of mechanical jiggery-pokery to latch the PTO control on when required. Some more pictures: DSC_1188 DSC_1190 DSC_1202 DSC_1203 DSC_1191 DSC_1192 DSC_1193 DSC_1194 DSC_1196 Oh, and this is the first time i've tried anything on this scale and complexity - my only previous moc experience of any note was a power harrow for the 8284 tractor... this Massey has made my head hurt!
  18. Ever since Lego released the 42054 set, I've been waiting for a smaller size agricultural tire to be able to build a medium-sized tractor. Unfortunately, there are no smaller agriculture tires, but I decided to build a medium size tractor :) New Holland TM 140: The model was built to create instructions. Knowing this, I've created a compact chassis that I can use in the future. The tractor has a drive with a Large motor with gear ratio 1:7 and steering using a servomotor. Three-point hitch systems are raising by the medium's engine . The front one can be detached. In addition, the power shaft drives the medium motor (gear ratio 1:3). The model has 4 functions so it is controlled by sbrick I had to limit the amount of details so that everyone can easily build such a model after buying the instructions. The original fits very well with building from bricks. I am very happy with how it looks because it's hard to know that it's a LEGO model. The instructions have been created for me by M_Longer Creations. Thanks Marek! Parts list in Rebrickable, Bricklink XML, Brickstore and png versions can be found here: Instructions can be bought at Sellfy and Rebrickable: Claas Quadrant 2200RC I did not want to build only a tractor. I decided that I would build a straw baler. I chose the Claas Quadrant 2200 RC. It seemed to me that it would be possible to copy it very well in bricks. The original machine has very many curves. In the end, I managed to build everything and put a lot of details. An additional function is moving the straw bales and the next ones can be put on the top of the machine. More photos: Video: Thank you for reading and all the comments! :)
  19. Good news, everyone! From the second attempt, but I finally managed to create this monster from the past. So, T-1000, also known as TET - Turbo-Electric Tractor, was originally created in Soviet Union in the 70s. It has manually operated hood and simple door lock. And the most important and gorgeous function - Transformation! Yes, this unique tractor can be both wheeled and tracked! When tracks are unfolded, driver's chair turns aside to provide comfortable working conditions. All fuctions that are RC: -wheeled driving - L -tracked driving - 2XL -transformation - 3L -fake engine - M -steering - M -foldable plow - L Just for demonstration I've made a simple plow, which can be attached to the rear hook for transportation or to the side hook for working position. Plow's L-motor connects to the tractor's IR reciever and then it's folding can be RC operated as well. Video as always is here: Thanks for watching. I hope, you liked it. P.S. What do you think, what was the purpose for which this tractor was created by soviet engineers?
  20. George Lego

    Classic Town - UPS Truck & Semitrailer

    UPS Truck & Semitrailer built in Old Brown color, Classic Town/Legoland 4-studs wide theme-ish 01 by George Legoman, on Flickr 02 by George Legoman, on Flickr 03 by George Legoman, on Flickr 04 by George Legoman, on Flickr 05 by George Legoman, on Flickr 06 by George Legoman, on Flickr 07 by George Legoman, on Flickr
  21. Good Day. 8281 is a $10 set released in 2006 which had a simple harvester(?) attachment that could be lifted up using a lever to disconnect it from the driveshaft. Even being so simple it's a neat set nonetheless and it was my first ever Lego set (was 5 y/o). This would be an homage to my grandmother as well, who gifted me this set, making a perfect introduction for me to Technic. The goals of this build are: PF remote control Green color + yellow wheels rear PTO Some sort of harvester attachment, red-colored Front pendular suspension Cabin with shock absorbers Rear axle with locking differential 13x24 front wheels (rear ones on 8281) 62.4x20S rear wheels Progress so far: This is the approximate wheelbase I planeed initially, however, as I won't be using a buwizz, it can be shortened by1-2 studs. The front axle is pretty much solved, it has even got ackermann geometry (not accurate one though). The pivot point is the steering shaft, and the axle will be held onto the chassi using the 90° connectors on front&rear. Rear axle hasn't had the same luck. The current encarnation has a locking diff and is powered by a XL motor. However, the 16z between the 24z crown and diff slips even under the speeded-up motor. Also, the motor is positioned way too high, so most of this will have to be rebuilt. EDIT: will use a worm gear As the motor will be moved to the front, a 9v battery will be used to allow space for PTO, suspension & proper cabin. Hopefully this won't be another failure as it is pretty much out of my comfort zone
  22. Below some pictures of a WIP i'm working on. Plan is to make it fully working with rc pf. This means, forward-reverse, left-right, working PTO, and rear hitch. This is my first ever MOC using pf, rc and studless building. You might say i'm kind of a 'old school' Technic builder. Hope you enjoy, comments and questions are welcome.
  23. Good evening cognoscenti I am working on a (roughly) 1:12 MOC of a Massey Ferguson 6716S tractor, and need a bit of help with getting some custom / 3d printed rear wheels. For the front wheels I'm using the Claas / 6x6 tow truck tyres 23798 with light grey six spoke 15038 56mm D x 34mm wheels (although loader style solid wheels would be better if i can find some). For the rear i have bought some RC4WD ZT0129 2.2" mud basher tyres (, which fit pretty neatly (with a bit of fiddling) onto the Porsche rims 23800 62.3mm D x 42mm. However, I would really like to get some custom or 3d printed wheel loader style (ie solid dish) rims with an axle connection, six pin holes and a more neutral offset to match the real tractor for the reat tyres. Any recommendations on whether anyone has already made such a wheel, or who could make one? I have already had a look at the third party tyres for technic rims thread, but not found quite what i am after yet. It would be even better if i could also get solid dish loader style wheels in 56mm D x 34mm to go on the front. I think the simplest fix would be a combination of the Porsche rim and a solid dish. However, a neater solution would be to mimic the 'beadlock' arrangement that the RC models use, but make in lego technic - ie a main dish & rim, a slide on collar, and a locking rim (which pins the tyre in place against the slide on collar and the main rim) held in place with eg 6no 3/4 pins (RC beadlock uses tiny screws here). beadlok by hpil 102, on Flickr# Creating a beadlock type technic wheel would then open up a whole range of RC wheels fitting better onto lego (or lego compatible) rims... So, any suggestions of offers to create some 3d printed rims for me? hpil
  24. Hi everyone, finally took some pics of my Xerion. Its kind-of finished, but could do with some cleaning up here and there. Anyway, here's what i have so far..! 4 Wheel drive (Motorised RC) 3 Diff locks, all using the orange wave selector and all manual. Track width is about 1L to wide, but to get the drive, steering and diff lock in, plus have the tyres not foul the chassis when turning, its the best compromise. 2 steering modes - both the steering and the mode selector are motorised and RC. Rear axle has two steering racks, small LA slide the pinion axle to engage the 'other' rack to give standard 4 wheel steering and crab. Rotating cab using a modified version of 42054 - was motorised, but changed the layout of a few bits, not yet reconnected it. Bonnet is a lengthened 42054 but mounted at a different angle. Rear 3 point linkage, motorised and RC. Very similar to the one i had on the Axion. Dimensions are: 130mm tyres, Overall length 46cm, height 24cm and wheelbase is 22cm Not sure if i'm going develop it much further... i get kinda bored after a while and take things apart to start something new. (case IH Stieger or Magnum Row trac maybe...) I'm always poor and embedding and sharing pics, so at some point in the next 10 mins i'll get the flickr album link added plus a couple of pics. Hopefully. 20190101_131359 by Team Thrifty, on Flickr 20190101_131337 by Team Thrifty, on Flickr 20190101_131638 by Team Thrifty, on Flickr Here's one next to 42082 for scale.. (and also some of my building environment) 20190101_134917 by Team Thrifty, on Flickr
  25. Now 99% happy with this, my interpretation of a backhoe excavator, based originally on the red farm tractor by TLG and evolved from there, enjoy, hope you like it like me, comments feedback welcome.