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Offline John

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The rear wheels are like the double wheels ,a single for the front and it wouldn't indent in. The rear lights are how I use up the 1x1 trans tiles, they're also easy to accumulate

Offline Tom a.k.a. eastawat

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Yeah the Technic bush inside the front ones was meant to sort of reduce the indent/look more like the front hub of a truck, but didn't do a good enough job really. Don't think I was able to find another wheel same size that suited it.

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The wheels on the knight bus were half width of those and still technic pins axle

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I've been very busy lately... busy building!

I have seven vehicles now, six of which are MOCs as shown above in stud.io renders, while one is a modification of the Mini Cooper from set 85894 (not that I own the set, I just built it from spares/Bricklinked the parts).

The Clio:




The Range Rover:




The ambulance:




The Ford Transit Connect:




The Garda car:




The Mini Cooper:




And finally my favourite by quite a distance, the keg truck:






Hoping to build one more if I get time over the next week, then I'll be turning my attention in any free time I have towards Technic for a while.

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One more vehicle to add, a Centra delivery truck. Been a few weeks since I built it, but haven't got around to posting for ages!






 

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