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Tamiya and Wedico Tractor trailers!
Tamiya and other brand R/C Tanks and Tracked vehicles. And any vehicle with more than 2 axles; 6x6, 8x8, 10x10, etc!


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Old 11-27-2016, 11:07 AM
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Default Ural 4320 Log truck.

Build so far.
Custom handmaid truck.
With Losi comp axles.


















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Old 12-01-2016, 05:26 AM
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NICE WORK!

never seen a pass through Losi axle before

...and on leafs nonetheless

(didnt know either could be done!)

body looks great too

would love to see a vid of the crane operating
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Old 12-07-2016, 05:28 AM
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NICE WORK!

never seen a pass through Losi axle before

...and on leafs nonetheless

(didnt know either could be done!)

body looks great too

would love to see a vid of the crane operating
Thanks:

Losi pass throug axle is self made. ( i welded lidle mettal bolt to the worm gear, so it can pass throu the axle)

Body is still in progress (will be better)

The crane is not working yet, but will be operated widh hydraulically.
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Crane operated widh pneumaticli. wery fast and unstable.
Hydraulics will be slower and better.

Thats an old test video:

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I dig it. Rather impressed with how well the rear suspension works.
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Video of the lights:
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looks great!

could you share a close up image of the leaf spring mounts?

I am using these same axles on a tractor build and would love to get rid of all the links!
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Rear box is now ready.




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looks great!

could you share a close up image of the leaf spring mounts?

I am using these same axles on a tractor build and would love to get rid of all the links!






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nice setup
thanks
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Up, Ural is excavator now



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Up.

Servo linear motor.
RC Excavator Huina Metal Strength motors.
Second Arm & Bucket Arm





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awesome build.....i been wanting to try tose screw drives.
keep us posted on how well they perform under load.
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im gonna fill their tires with diarhea....and litter the street with tacks.kick back and enjoy the show....that will show em!
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Cylinders look good and work well.
The cylinders have enough power



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Build and test.
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Old 12-27-2018, 02:58 AM
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Just some snow ride:

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