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this is my entry for the bricks on wheels go off road challenge. It has five link suspension, 5+R gearbox, 4WD and the hood and doors open. the suspension has about 1.5 inches of travel. the suspension is incredibly solid and there is no play in the axles. the body was pretty easy, considering the last vehicle I built was a Lamborghini a jeep was easy. the engine has a blower, cylinder heads, and intake manifold. since it is a rock crawler the body is slightly different than that of a normal Jeep



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  October 27, 2012
one of the best from you, Tyler. i luv how jacked up this monster is=) how many suspension bars did u use?
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  December 31, 2010
keep out good work. this is really grazy!
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  June 19, 2010
Quoting Nick Nacks 43 Totaly awesome dude!!!!,could you please let me know witch sets You used, thanks. And yet again-totaly awesome dude!!!!!
I used parts from the extreme off roader that came out in 2002, and parts from the one that came out in 2008
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  January 15, 2010
I want to make something like that! great job.could you check out my stuff? nice use of peices and creativity.
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  January 11, 2010
Wow...It's on huge monster!!! The 4x4 drivetrain is set very precisely and it looks very accurate. Those tires always look great below such a jeep rock crawler. I also have those tires and I always use them to build my 4x4 models. Thank you for inspiring me and others. 'Like you, I'm going to build something like that. not right now, because I'm too busy doing my homework etc., but I will build something again. Though it's I feel sorry that it doesn't snow in Holland, because the v10 pickup truck I've made I photographed in a snowy environment and it looked very beautiful. Well, I'm going to search for an alternate natural environment to photograph yet a new Lego project. On top of that: It's amazing!!!
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  November 17, 2009
sweet suspension! i find myself attracted to suspension systems for some reason.
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  October 26, 2009
wow, that's really sweet. where did you get those tires? - you should sell instructions for it
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  October 6, 2009
great just great just like the real deal please can you send me instructions
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  September 24, 2009
This is awesome! Do you have any more build photos? I am trying to build something similar for our Jeep club (muddybuddys.net) and would love to see how you created this. Dave (skituf1@aol.com)
Tyler Reid
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Jernej Krmelj
  April 17, 2009
A very nice use of 8297's parts and the offroader's wheels!
  April 4, 2009
Impressive articulation and design of transmission bits.
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  March 14, 2009
Quoting Marvin G. great work! where did you get those big wheels?
from the extreme off roader that came out in 2001 set 8466. Here is a link to brick link http://www.bricklink.com/search.asp?colorID=67&itemID=47657. a bit pricey though at $15 for one wheel/tire
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  March 14, 2009
WOW,this Jeep rocks..10/10
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  March 14, 2009
great work! where did you get those big wheels?
  March 13, 2009
Oh yeah that rock crawler ROCKS. Awesome Technic skills. 5*
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  March 9, 2009
Great suspension. Death to wishbones. Check out my rockcrawler its very similar to yours.
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  March 6, 2009
Quoting Matthew Harned You are altogether in a class by yourself for technique, and skill in Technic. I am completely stunned by this Jeep. Maybe you could modify it to have 4-wheel steering and 2 engines like the Jeep Hurricane. I think you could do it. Keep it up, -matthew-
I considered 4 wheel steering but didnt have enough u-joints. Im saving the rest I had for a dune buggy.
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  March 6, 2009
You are altogether in a class by yourself for technique, and skill in Technic. I am completely stunned by this Jeep. Maybe you could modify it to have 4-wheel steering and 2 engines like the Jeep Hurricane. I think you could do it. Keep it up, -matthew-
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  March 6, 2009
Good luck! can't wait.
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  March 6, 2009
Quoting Firas Abu-Jaber So here it is finally done! amazing work man, may be beyond that ;)
I've decided to make one more MOC for the contest too, a dune buggy or sand rail.
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  March 6, 2009
So here it is finally done! amazing work man, may be beyond that ;)
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  March 6, 2009
ugh.... now i have to get some of those wheels haha cant wait for this to be done! i love the Suspention. very clever :)
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  March 5, 2009
My brother "Michael D" is working on one to but any way great job!
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  March 5, 2009
I go goo goo for Technic, so I love this. I am actually a big fan of Technic construction like this for trucks. I have a pair of those wheels too, I have wanted to build something with them, seeing this makes me want to build!
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  March 5, 2009
Man this is so genius! what a great techniques and detailed, can't wait for this to be done, this easily beats my entry for this challenge, I'm not so good at suspension and steering things, and by the way you're so fast in building, great work my friend.
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  March 5, 2009
nice work(Y)everything is so well detailed :D
 
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