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New better Trial Truck steering Mechanism
A new steering mechanism for an AWD car.
About this creation
This is a new steering mechanism for an all-wheel-driven (AWD) Car.
It is fully independent suspension, steering and its driven.

If you want an instruction, write it in a review.
Thank vou!




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  January 31, 2010
it great but can i see your 4x4 sestem
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  November 21, 2009
i saw this first on google, then i joined mocpages lol. but i built a kind of spin off from your steering/suspension set up, and it worked great. thanks for the idea!
  September 20, 2009
just use the new 3L u joints
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Jernej Krmelj
  April 30, 2009
Its okay, but way too big and weak for a trial truck. remember, trial trucks have max width of 25 studs. And your second universal joint doesnt steer in center.
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  March 29, 2009
nice a real help.Instructions please.
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  January 5, 2009
Nice job! @ Simon Chaddock: I built this myself, and by just removing the brace in the middle, the u-joints are not a problem. Anyone else who needs instructions for this: you're obviously not a TECHNIC builder. The 4 pics were more than enough for me to build it.
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  June 6, 2008
Thank you guys! sorry for not giving you the instructions, i hadn,t the time. i have to see, maybe i can give you some Instructions.
engilegoneering technic
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Jesse Wallinga
  May 20, 2008
you can make a Unimog TrailTruck..... Excellent System...
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  April 23, 2008
I would of never thought of this, please send me instructions. I want to use it for my Halo Warthog. I've been trying to figure out a steering system. Thanks!
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  April 13, 2008
looks good but i don't understand how it works so please send me instructions and more detailed pictures
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  April 3, 2008
a genius system, I can't use it tough because I don't possess certain parts but if I had them I would certainly use it (I'm actually not good with lego technic and still... I like it a lot)
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  April 1, 2008
Hi Joel A neat robust steering suspension layout but how many trucks have double wishbone suspension? Just one point but from the photos it looks as if the steering pivot axis and the centre of outboard universal joint are not quite in line. If this is so then it will put a bending force on the universal joint when steering under load - and we all know they are not that strong. All you need to do now is build 3 more units and mount them on a chassis! Keep up the good work
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  April 1, 2008
Very nice, I'll be sure to steal your idea! Looks really sturdy. I wish a company would build Lego's Universal joints out of metal so they'd be stronger, oh well.
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