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Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth

İnşa et VinceHoffman    Feb 13, 2020

Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
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Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
Throwback Thurs: A Proper Mammoth
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VinceHoffman

VinceHoffman Mar 27, 2020

Almost $1000 CAD @KetchupDJ1. 4x Mammoth Signature sets + other asst. bloks + 2x RC Monster Truck wheel sets + 4 MONTHS full time build effort.

KetchupDJ1

KetchupDJ1 Mar 26, 2020

Disse "minha obra mais cara " quanto ?

KetchupDJ1

KetchupDJ1 Mar 26, 2020

Incrível.disse "minha obra mais cara " quanto?

VinceHoffman

VinceHoffman Feb 21, 2020

I spent a long time looking for something suitable @Alphawolf117112. The biggest wheels from any brick toy manufacturer were under 4" and thus still too small to scale properly to the build I had in mind. I ended up buying two sets of 5-1/2" pneumatic tires, wheel hubs, and axles meant for large offroad buggies & monster trucks from a local RC hobby specialty shop. Then I modified the heavy duty axle mount bricks that came with the Mammoth to accept the RC axles. The only catch with my wheel choice was that the soft pneumatic tires limited the maximum weight of the model. Otherwise I might have built it another 4 studs wider and a few inches longer still.

Alphawolf117112

Alphawolf117112 Feb 21, 2020

what are those wheels you used I'm so curious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!