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Car-Transporter . This huge car-transporter is made from the LEGO Sets 8258 and 8285. . This huge car-transporter is made from the LEGO Sets 8258 and 8285, except from the PF IR-Receiver, PF M Motor, PF XL Motor and a PF Remote-Control. Specs: 6 PF Functions 4 Manual Functions 2760 parts 3,350 kg 134 cm The Outside: This cabin looks very similar to the cabin of the 8258 A-model, but I've changed a lot of small details. Also the interior is different: The footboards are marked with blue pins: The back-side of the truck, on the other hand, is totally my own design: Also the front- and back-side of the second carriage is totally my own design: There are also some nice details in the second carriage: The Functions: Manual: The first function is a pneumatic rotating dividing wall. Behind this wall lays the PF Battery-box. Behind the first left side compartment is the pneumatic pump and a switch is positioned above it. By rotating the wall, you can take the PF Battery-box out more easily: Two other manual functions are the winches. For the lower winch, the button is behind the first left side compartment and a release switch is behind the first right side compartment. For the upper winch, the button is behind the second right side compartment and a release switch is left to the winch: The last manual function is in the rear part of the truck. Behind the first left side compartment is a button and when you turn it, it will put out a pair of beams and make the truck stand on its own legs: Power Functions: InfraRed: The IR-Receiver is in the middle of the truck: Via IR, you can steer: And drive (4-Wheel-Drive): With the switch: The motor is positioned in the chassis of the truck and right after it, there is immediately a gear-switch. This switch is operated from the second right side compartment: When the switch is turned to the rear of the truck and the electricity is turned on by the electric switch behind the first right side compartment, a linear actuator will put down a pair of driveboards and a car can be pulled on the truck by the winch: When the switch is turned to the front of the truck and the electricity is turned on by the electric switch behind the first right side compartment, a pair of beams will put down the upper level of driveboards. This pair of beams is geared down by a worm wheel: With the same motor, you also can operate the functions in the second carriage. The axle in the motor is lengthened and a homo-kinetic connection is used to make a hinge. Behind the first right side compartment is a switch: When the switch is turned to the rear of the truck and the electricity is turned on by the electric switch behind the first right side compartment, a linear actuator will put down a pair of driveboards and a car can be pulled on the second carriage by the winch: When the switch is turned to the front of the truck and the electricity is turned on by the electric switch behind the first right side compartment, a pair of beams will put down the upper level of driveboards. This pair of beams is geared down by a worm wheel: Movie: This is the movie: The yellow jeep in the movie is also made out of the 2 used sets. Thanks for watching and HAVE FUN! techn0m0ves


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