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Re: Tie Mauler

Post by 80-0 on Tue Apr 01, 2008 5:39 pm



As you can see here, I put the liftarm with the double bend on top of a 13 hole beam, connected by two hole-holders. The second is slightly longer; that one holds a four-hole-plus-one-axlehole beam above it which creates the top right wheel. Instead of the doubly bent liftarm I'll put on the singally bent liftarm as I pictured in my above post. Smile Hopefully that explains things.

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Post by astoriabluelegos on Wed Apr 02, 2008 2:35 am

Yes that very clearly explains it, thanks, how did it work? Smile Blue Arc
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Post by 80-0 on Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:31 pm

*looks at the first half of ABL's post* You're kidding, right? Shocked

JK! Could you explain what exactly you need explained?

P.S. I haven't had much time to work on the Mauler because I've been trying to make the Crocodile train from the Hobby Train as well as the model which has an engine, a tender, and a rolling stock car; it's working fairly well so far. Kashyyyk

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Post by astoriabluelegos on Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:46 pm

CommandoEighty-Oh wrote:*looks at the first half of ABL's post* You're kidding, right? Shocked

JK! Could you explain what exactly you need explained?

P.S. I haven't had much time to work on the Mauler because I've been trying to make the Crocodile train from the Hobby Train as well as the model which has an engine, a tender, and a rolling stock car; it's working fairly well so far. Kashyyyk

I know LEGO REALLY well, so your post made perfect sense, as to the Hobby Train we bought enough so that combied with all the spare parts, plus some of our own, we have been able to build ALL the trains except for one that I did't really like. The Crocodile loco is REALLy cool, we added two power trucks and lights to it, it turned out WAY AWESOME! If you need help in adding lights let me know! Wink Blue Arc
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