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Skid Steer Loader
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This is an CAT 282B Skid Steer Loader, made out of two LEGO sets
About this creation
The introduction
This is an CAT 282B Skid Steer Loader, made out of the LEGO sets: 8275, the Bulldozer, and 8265, the Frontloader. I've only added three other parts: a Lineair Actuator, a connecting part for the Lineair Actuator and a rubberband.


Frontview


Sideview


Rearview


Upper view

The Motors
The Skid Steer Loader is driven by two XL-motors and these are directly attached to the wheels.




The two other motors, the Medium ones, are driving the liftarm. The lowest M-motor is driving the two lowest Lineair Actuators:


The last M-motor is for tilting the bucket. For this I've used two of the extra parts: a Lineair Actuator and the connecting part:


The Electric System
The battery-box is situated in the chassis, next to the two XL-motors:


The IR-receivers are behind the chair:


The details
The chair is adjustable:




The Loader has the characters CT, of the trademark CAT, on the back and the plate could be tilted so you can adapt some thing behind it:




On both sides are fire exstinguisher attached so if anything goes wrong you immediately can extinguish it:


The bodywork can be removed:




The model in action
These are the highest position of the liftarm, with the bucket in its extremes positions:




This is the lowest position of the liftarm, also with the bucket in its extremes positions:




The Loader is able to push itself up:


This is the video made in cooperation with NXTLiftboy:


Enjoy, techn0m0ves



Comments

 I like it 
  April 1, 2012
Nice, I like how you only used parts from two sets, and I like the tilt on the bucket, a very nice system for it.
 I made it 
  October 29, 2009
Thanks for commenting everybody!! A video will be made within short time!
 I made it 
  October 29, 2009
Quoting Riley Duff Wicked! How long did it take to build? Put up a video asap, please. Keep up the good work!
I don't know how long it took: the work time was elapsed over 1,5 week. And a video is coming soon!
 I like it 
  October 29, 2009
Wicked! How long did it take to build? Put up a video asap, please. Keep up the good work!
 I made it 
  October 28, 2009
Quoting Family Vuurzoon Hi Techn0M0ve, Great! Very compact design with a lot of technology inside. I assume it's a 4-wheel drive (given the gear trains at the bottom?
Yes, you've seen that correctly!
 I like it 
  October 27, 2009
Hi Techn0M0ve, Great! Very compact design with a lot of technology inside. I assume it's a 4-wheel drive (given the gear trains at the bottom?
 I like it 
  October 27, 2009
Wow! this is cool!
 
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