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Skid Steer Loader . This is an CAT 282B Skid Steer Loader, made out of two LEGO sets . The introduction This is an CAT 282B Skid Steer Loader, made out of the LEGO sets: 8275, the Bulldozer, and 8265, the Frontloader. I've only added three other parts: a Lineair Actuator, a connecting part for the Lineair Actuator and a rubberband. Frontview Sideview Rearview Upper view The Motors The Skid Steer Loader is driven by two XL-motors and these are directly attached to the wheels. The two other motors, the Medium ones, are driving the liftarm. The lowest M-motor is driving the two lowest Lineair Actuators: The last M-motor is for tilting the bucket. For this I've used two of the extra parts: a Lineair Actuator and the connecting part: The Electric System The battery-box is situated in the chassis, next to the two XL-motors: The IR-receivers are behind the chair: The details The chair is adjustable: The Loader has the characters CT, of the trademark CAT, on the back and the plate could be tilted so you can adapt some thing behind it: On both sides are fire exstinguisher attached so if anything goes wrong you immediately can extinguish it: The bodywork can be removed: The model in action These are the highest position of the liftarm, with the bucket in its extremes positions: This is the lowest position of the liftarm, also with the bucket in its extremes positions: The Loader is able to push itself up: This is the video made in cooperation with NXTLiftboy: Enjoy, techn0m0ves

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