Custom RC Mining Dump Truck Muldenkipper

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Custom RC Mine Dump Truck for the 42100

Details of the model:

- A high-quality engineering model for fans and collectors
- Total number of components required - 1981 bricks
- Dimension of model B / T / H = 26,2 / 43,5 / 23,0 cm


Functions - electrical - SBrick + Powerfunctions:
  • Driving forwards- backwards
  • Steering left right
  • Trough lifting lowering

Functions - mechanical:
  • Unfolding the ladder
  • full suspension

Scale for the 42100 - control with SBrick App

Power Functions
- 1x Servo Engine
- 2x XL Engine
- 1x L Engine
- 1x Battery box
- 1x SBrick (missing on parts-list)
- 1x 20cm Extension wire


The parts list have been optimized for quantity and availability.

More Informations / pictures: www.custombricks.de




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MOC-29973

Name Custom RC Mining Dump Truck Muldenkipper
Designer CustomBricks.de
Designed 2019
Inventory 1980
Theme Technic

9 COMMENTS

  • 1 day, 1 hour ago rekreK (437)
    The tractor tires were binding on full turn of steering, so went with the truck tires.
    The universal joint in the rear ball joint is a weak point, it breaks if loaded too much.
    Best suspension springs were soft in the rear and hard in the front
  • 2 weeks, 5 days ago Jsp (127)
    One constructive criticism i would give is to highlight the added parts on your instructions so i can easily see where to connect the parts instead of scanning on where what was added.
  • 1 month ago universalbrick (1113) MOC Designer
    So with model does not fit so much.
    The trough is far too far behind and the overflow protection is too short. If the truck makes a full stop, all the rubble on the front of the truck lasts long.
    The tires also do not fit into a mining truck and by design, hm.
    In my opinion, the Mining Truck of RB-instructions comes closer to the original.

    • 1 month ago efferman (1855) MOC Designer
      To the first, this model is made for playing, not for display in a Liebherr Showcase. Then it would have 3-4000 parts, and not 2000 parts.
      Excuse the minor bug with the roof shield, it is indeed to short when it is compared to the real thing.  But because this is not a scale model of a Real Mining Truck i made the decission to safe the neccessary 50 parts.
      Well, the Tires. They are to small in diameter(12mm), to wide in width (4-6 mm) and horrible in thread pattern, compared to a Liebherr T 284. Tell me Tires from Lego which fit Exactly to a T284 Size Mining Truck in 42100 Scale and i will use it. But again, this is not important for playing.
      effersen md 3355 mecker by Michael Wirth, auf Flickr
      Is this really to much?
    • 4 weeks, 1 day ago scan (137)
      Enjoy, u can choose between 2 fantastic models. Its difficult to say, wich one is better. Other design here, missing suspension by RB. Interesting fact: Both models use the pf-system, no one the new power hub.
  • 1 month ago Thewood (1505)
    You kind of stole this design from R B instructions
    • 1 month ago efferman (1855) MOC Designer
      Does the Dumper of RB has Suspension? Both are Mining Trucks, everything else is different. Beside this was mine Rolling before RB had the instruction online.
    • 1 month ago ZeroQc (7K)
      No, two different designs. CustomBricks design has suspension, but not the RB-instructions. However, I found that the RB-instructions design looks closer to the real thing, especially the choice of tires. Overall both designs looks absolutely stunning!
      • 1 month ago Thewood (1505)
        Well im sorry for the mix up it is still a beautiful model
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