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Car-Transporter
This huge car-transporter is made from the LEGO Sets 8258 and 8285.
About this creation
This huge car-transporter is made from the LEGO Sets 8258 and 8285, except from the PF IR-Receiver, PF M Motor, PF XL Motor and a PF Remote-Control.

Specs:
6 PF Functions
4 Manual Functions
2760 parts
3,350 kg
134 cm

The Outside:
This cabin looks very similar to the cabin of the 8258 A-model, but I've changed a lot of small details. Also the interior is different:


The footboards are marked with blue pins:


The back-side of the truck, on the other hand, is totally my own design:


Also the front- and back-side of the second carriage is totally my own design:


There are also some nice details in the second carriage:



The Functions:
Manual:
The first function is a pneumatic rotating dividing wall. Behind this wall lays the PF Battery-box. Behind the first left side compartment is the pneumatic pump and a switch is positioned above it. By rotating the wall, you can take the PF Battery-box out more easily:



Two other manual functions are the winches. For the lower winch, the button is behind the first left side compartment and a release switch is behind the first right side compartment. For the upper winch, the button is behind the second right side compartment and a release switch is left to the winch:






The last manual function is in the rear part of the truck. Behind the first left side compartment is a button and when you turn it, it will put out a pair of beams and make the truck stand on its own legs:




Power Functions:
InfraRed:
The IR-Receiver is in the middle of the truck:


Via IR, you can steer:


And drive (4-Wheel-Drive):



With the switch:
The motor is positioned in the chassis of the truck and right after it, there is immediately a gear-switch. This switch is operated from the second right side compartment:



When the switch is turned to the rear of the truck and the electricity is turned on by the electric switch behind the first right side compartment, a linear actuator will put down a pair of driveboards and a car can be pulled on the truck by the winch:



When the switch is turned to the front of the truck and the electricity is turned on by the electric switch behind the first right side compartment, a pair of beams will put down the upper level of driveboards. This pair of beams is geared down by a worm wheel:



With the same motor, you also can operate the functions in the second carriage. The axle in the motor is lengthened and a homo-kinetic connection is used to make a hinge. Behind the first right side compartment is a switch:



When the switch is turned to the rear of the truck and the electricity is turned on by the electric switch behind the first right side compartment, a linear actuator will put down a pair of driveboards and a car can be pulled on the second carriage by the winch:



When the switch is turned to the front of the truck and the electricity is turned on by the electric switch behind the first right side compartment, a pair of beams will put down the upper level of driveboards. This pair of beams is geared down by a worm wheel:



Movie:
This is the movie:

The yellow jeep in the movie is also made out of the 2 used sets.



Thanks for watching and HAVE FUN!

techn0m0ves



Comments

  March 25, 2011
Hi Great technic designer, I did see your amazing Car-Transporter on the www.technic.lego.com site! You are one of the 10 finalists in the Technic Competition. Congratulations! With this excellent MOC you certainly have earned this honor!
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  March 24, 2011
I can't confirm that my work was copied because the entry was made by myself, but under another nickname. The nickname "techn0m0ves" was already occupied! So no plagiarism here, but thank you very much for your attention!
Quoting David Luders Could you confirm that somebody COPIED your MOC and entered it into the March 2011 Lego Technic Challenge? See the conversation on the Eurobricks Technic Forum http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=52602&view=findpost&p=952616 . We believe somebody has plagiarized your work.
  March 23, 2011
Could you confirm that somebody COPIED your MOC and entered it into the March 2011 Lego Technic Challenge? See the conversation on the Eurobricks Technic Forum http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=52602&view=findpost&p=952616 . We believe somebody has plagiarized your work.
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  August 23, 2010
hi techno move that is wicked and can i have the instruction to built it please and can u send it to my hotmail please.....
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  June 9, 2010
Nice use of PF and linear actuators. Well done.
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  March 6, 2010
Quoting Family Vuurzoon Hi Techno Moves, Great design, with many functions! Do you want to built some small cars too? Looking forward to your video!
Well, I've still 990 parts and with these parts, I want to make 1 or 2 small cars. But I still have to work on that!
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  March 5, 2010
Hi Techno Moves, Great design, with many functions! Do you want to built some small cars too? Looking forward to your video!
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  March 4, 2010
Awesome truck you build there. I realy like the functions you put in there. realy sweet.
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  March 4, 2010
Quoting Fyre Dog I love all the functions, very nice Moc! Can't wait to see the video. How long did it take you? I like the way you utilized the pneumatics, manual, and IR functions. Awesome Model!
Thank you for your comment!! Answering your question: I don't know, perhaps 50 manhoures!! (I guess)
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  March 4, 2010
I love all the functions, very nice Moc! Can't wait to see the video. How long did it take you? I like the way you utilized the pneumatics, manual, and IR functions. Awesome Model!
 
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