Of course, you could make a very effective off-roader vehicle with this... I would probably try it, but it would take a million years to find the pieces because of my LEGO collection. Lulz! Anyways, great suspension techniques. ~Ryan
yea. I couldnt add suspension on that moc because the design didnt fit it. :( but after seeing this post, I went and built a lil battle jeep with suspension to make up for it. AND I added a lil something. a real steering system! geez... I have a lot of pics to take. :P I need to find some "me" time. haha
Dang! I wish I had thought of this... and its true... you do need some sort of stoppers, but that depends on the vehicle shell, and how much suspension you want it to have. Very good design. and dang. I just built an armored troop transporty thing... mabye i will remake one with suspension... anyway, great design!
oh right. obviously. its so easy i dont know how i couldnt have come up with it. i mean its an obvious solution: use two hitch plates with full tech pins, put a tech 't' connector in the middle of the axle,connect said axle assembly to front and back of the frame, then use a cross piece between the two axles with hook-like elements positioned in an opposing configuration from the affected axles, connecting the whole structure together with four rubber bands placed in a matching opposing configuration to the axles to pull the axles back towards a bump stop in an opposite direction, thereby allowing cross-lateral motion and flexing of the axle assemblies. duh! so obviously im being sarcastic. this is genius! you are becoming an engineer right?