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  • 2 weeks, 4 days ago bios4 (3306)
    Great MOC, TSmarf!

    I built it over the last few days and have to say that I'm impressed.

    And man - this thing is HUGE! ;-)
    I know you mention its measurements, but seeing it in real life is another story.

    There are also a few downsides:
    • accessing the battery box is a bit flimsy, I think I try to tweak that a bit
    • the wheels/hubs are not attached very solidly, but this is a general issue with these LEGO hubs
    • the turning radius / steering lock could be better

    And there are some minor mismatches in the inventory:
    • 2x "44809 Technic Pin Connector Perpendicular 2 x 2 Bent" (light bluish gray) are used, but not listed here at all
    • 32x "41677 Technic Beam 1 x 2 Thin" (black) are used, but only 30 are listed here
    • 14x "32523 Technic Beam 1 x 3 Thick" (light bluish gray) are used, but only 12 are listed here
    • 6x "32556 Technic Pin Long without Friction Ridges" (tan) are used, but only 4 are listed here

    I added some photos, too! ;-)

    Additionally I plan to build your other MOC - the MAZ 537 - also, but need to collect some missing parts first...

    Keep up the good work!
  • 3 weeks ago bios4 (3306)
    Great truck!
    Will the instructions finally include BOTH versions (buggy motors and L-motors)?
    Or will this be selectable somehow during purchase?
  • 1 month ago bios4 (3306)
    Great MOC, Tomik!

    I am always impressed when MOCers create true C-models of existing OEM-sets - I wonder how much trial & error must be going on during the design process.

    Well done in this case - from my point of view the model looks even better in real life than on the pictures/in the video.

    Keep up your work!
  • 9 months, 3 weeks ago bios4 (3306)
    Very nice MOC, MK_Bricks!

    Some feedback after having the MOC built right now:

    1) The LDraw-instructions (PDF) are hard to follow, i.e. some steps would require the model to be rotated to see where the parts belong to.
    2) The order of the steps in the PDF requires the model to be stretched or get partly disassembled, because the "from inner to outer" rule is sometimes not adhered to.
    3) Distinguishing black parts and how they should be applied is also quite hard in some steps; e.g. the black 3L-pin in step 12 can't be seen in the PDF.

    Against this the foto instructions are nice - it would be cool to be able to download them in one go (e.g. zip-file), so that one does not have to be online during building.

    And: the parts list here at rebrickable misses at least 1x 32523 "Technic Beam 1 x 3 Thick" in light bluish gray...

    But once again: nice MOC, thanks for sharing it for free!
    Thumbs up!
  • 10 months, 2 weeks ago bios4 (3306)
    I just built it and have to say that this is simply brilliant!
    It is packed with functions at a very compact size.

    The ONLY downside is the ridiculously small steering lock/huge turning circle...

    Anyway very nice engineering - thanks a lot for sharing this MOC for free!