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Customized extreme offroader b model
Left side view. A customized motorized 8081 extreme cruiser b model.
About this creation


Left side view.




Rear view.




Front view you can see the working head lights.




Overall chassis view. The wimpy V4 is connected to the wheels by the universal joints and 3 gears.




The drive line.




The steering and engine drive gears.




The rubber bands that saved a lot of headache.




The final steering gear reduction.


Here's the movie.
Under construction sorry.


Comments and constructive criticism are welcome.



Comments

 I made it 
  April 23, 2012
Quoting Jon Treasure Nice off-roader! I like the steering! Also, how well did the rubber band work? Secondly, how much power did you get with that motor? Anyways, nice vehicle! 5/5
Thank you. The rubber band worked really well in the beginning but loosened up and started slipping I think I could fix it with a shorter rubber band or a thicker band. The XL motor provides plenty of speed and a huge amount of torque and my battery's are about half dead so completely charged you could get it to climb straight up a wall so plenty of power.
 I like it 
  March 28, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
 I made it 
  March 28, 2012
Quoting George Staples Looks good. I think the steering motor position is a very good idea. Rubberbands? I would suggest the lego chain instead, less likely to slip. Overall, nice design
Thankyou. I've used that position for the steering motor 5 or 6 times before when I motorized the main model (that was before I had a MOC pages account). The chain would work better but I don't have any chain pieces and I would also have to figure out were to put a clutch gear.
 I like it 
  March 27, 2012
Looks good. I think the steering motor position is a very good idea. Rubberbands? I would suggest the lego chain instead, less likely to slip. Overall, nice design
 I like it 
  March 26, 2012
Nice off-roader! I like the steering! Also, how well did the rubber band work? Secondly, how much power did you get with that motor? Anyways, nice vehicle! 5/5
 
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