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Juggernaut . The next evolution in utterly impractical war machines of the future. . Finished way back in July of 2010, has been mostly sitting and gathering dust since. Occasionally turned on and used to freak out the cat or the dog. When building something with Power Functions, you have to make sure you can easily get to the battery box. Like a car in need of a wheel alignment, Juggernaut will drift slightly to the left if driven in a straight line over a flat surface. This is due to the motors (one medium motor powers each wheel) not spinning at exactly the same rate. After building the thing I found a site with an illustration of a dual differential (helpfully shown in Lego as well) used to eliminate this problem. Maybe next time. Yes, you do get a video, of sorts. Of course as soon as the camera goes on, the dog ceases her attacks on it.


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