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8264 Hauler
A fully functioning Remote controlled Lego Technic 8264 Hauler
About this creation
This is my 3rd attempt to completely remote control a lego technic kit. This kit for the most part was a pretty simple build to add full remote functions. I had visited NXT Liftboy's site and found that he had already done this to one of these sets. Although he had no building instructions posted at the time. I did use his idea of using 2 m-motors for propulsion and steering which works out very well. I for the most part had to figure this out on my own. I made the dump feature work remotely and added lights. 1 remote (soon to be 2) 3 m-motors, 1 Battery Box, 2 IR receivers, and lights.



The dump remote controlled.





A view of the front of the hauler showing the 2 IR receivers.





A side view showing factory placement of battery box.





Closeup of cabin, complete with hydraulic arm for operator. This shows the disguised IR receivers.





The Money shot - showing 2 m-motors that both drive and steer the hauler. NXT Liftboy now has his building instructions posted, I believe I am very close to what he did.





A huge discovery from NXT Liftboy's building instructions show the small nylon washers, which are needed throughout all lego builds as tolerances are not as tight as they need to be. I do not have the washers in this model, but it could sure use them.





A view of the back of the hauler.




Comments

 I like it 
  April 18, 2010
but why would u buy another motor when u can do it with 1?
 I made it 
  April 13, 2010
Quoting T. Young i know but how did YOU get the steering motor to fit?
There is no single steering motor. The 2 motors you see in the second to last picture are for steering, you power one, it turns that direction, you power the other it turns the opposite direction, power both and you move forward. I hope that helps.
 I like it 
  April 13, 2010
i know but how did YOU get the stering motor to fit?
 I made it 
  March 29, 2010
Quoting T. Young hey i just got that set and i also made it rc but i still need the remote. how did u get the sterring motor to fit? mine is sticking out on top.
I found a Moc here after I built mine, NXTliftboy who had already done this. He didnt have step by steps up yet. If you visit his MOC site, you can use the step by step that he posted. Basically using 2 M-motors for propulsion and steering.
 I like it 
  March 28, 2010
hey i just got that set and i also made it rc but i still need the remote. how did u get the sterring motor to fit? mine is sticking out on top.
 
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