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Ojc
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those diffs are awesome
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awesome i like the wishbones

have you looked at getting the IR remote and receiver? they arent much might get it so i can control it remotely


i had remote controls with the bulldozer, i did actually get a boner the first time i drove it around.

Is some video on youtube of a gearbox this guy has done, its madness
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Finished rear axle (i reckon even bradfincham would find this quite technical



Fitted the axle setup to car, might wait until local garage is open so they can double check i've got it lined up correctly



[Edited on 26-12-2011 by 3CorsaMeal]
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excellent, taken me many solid hours but iv just upload pics and vids of mine finished
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Step 2 bits



Part of the cab built



Seat









Cab on body



tilts forward



Step 3 bits





Step 4 bits



Making the supports





Started the rear pneumatic arm, this can also be mounted on the front where the winch is





Finished pics













And some vids

Showing the rear pneumatics in action

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sC_yXU1O0Po

Showing the Steering

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GroM8NVsodg

And the powered winch on the front

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-PDRpDbFic

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Its good, but it would be better if all the panels were made from propr Technic Lego bits and not specially made for this kit.

Whats next?
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Excavator

i make the best threads on here
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Just finished mine and got no batteries. Looks good though
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Well done Steve, that's dedication to get that done in 36 hours
Didn't someone make a dsg box out of Lego?
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Has it got on board compressor?

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yeah
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quote:
Originally posted by 3CorsaMeal
Just finished mine and got no batteries. Looks good though


I'm coming around yours later
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Nice one, I will get a condom on.
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I think we all need to meet for dinner somewhere all wearing condoms on our flacid penis's.

We can giggle and wink to each at the table because we would know the secret
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that sounds great Steve, right up my street
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some more of my lego build pics

Rebuilt the V8 and fitted it in an afternoon, i work fast





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then i finished it






doors open, spoiler pops out, tailgate opens and so does bonnet







might send it to tom@lemass for a repaint one day
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Both look But i'm with Marc in that there appears to be very few original Technics parts
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only the 8-10 pieces of body panels really, you think thats 1300 pieces there, and then count the few model specific bits, same with steves, the chassis, gears and working parts are the technics bits imo and they the fun bits to build

might end up a bit square and 80's looking without the modern finishing pieces
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would love to use this kit to try and build a corrado out of it, must take ages to work them out the way lego build them though
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i think the main bits that are unique to the model are the cab and the trailer bit
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looks awesome jim make a vid
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i think Marc and Dom expect us to make something like this



are you putting yours on your C.V Steve?

i have Lego 8275 and 8070 under my belt now Might get a job with bradfincham.
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http://pistonheads.com/news/default.asp?storyId=24941

strange. very strange.

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