Truck T14 KrAZ 255B 6x6 (Red)

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Model "Truck T14" KrAZ 255B 6x6 is build with LEGO® in scale 1:17,5 and motorized using LEGO® Power Functions®. It is a model of a KrAZ 255B 6x6 off-road truck which is used for extreme applications.

These instructions will be updated soon with the log trailer and the other three editions you can build it in!

The truck features: solid axle suspension on all axles of which the rear axles use a tandem bogie suspension, PF powered driving on all axles 6x6 drive, reduced speed to increase power/torque, Servo powered steering, fully functional fifth wheel, modeled V8 engine, detailed cabin interior and two light units.

Scale: 1:17,5
Length: 477 mm (+ trailer 926 mm)
Weight: 1,92kg (+ trailer 2,41kg)
Parts: 1840 (+ trailer 2270)

As a tribute to this truck this project shows some of the unlimited possibilities. Even though this specific truck was never produced as a civilian truck however after its retirement it has been used as such. Within a couple of minutes it can be changed into one of the four different editions which include:
- Semi-truck with fifth wheel
- Ballast tractor with ballast box
- Trial Truck edition
- Log Truck with stinger steered trailer
So it is up to you what kind of job it does: just having fun as it being a Trial Truck, or will you give it a semi-trailer? Or will it be hauling logs?
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MOC-3846

Name Truck T14 KrAZ 255B 6x6 (Red)
Designer Ingmar Spijkhoven
Designed 2015
Parts 1798
Theme Technic
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Building Instructions For Sale

This is a Premium MOC, and the instructions to build it are being sold by the designer (Ingmar Spijkhoven) for €30.00

You will receive building instructions of type PDF - Computer Images from the designer once you have organised payment with them.

Help Guide - BI File Types
Submitted by BasBike May 8, 2018
Submitted by BasBike May 8, 2018