Friday, October 26, 2007

One more costum part from iLegos (Spiked Tires)

Today, I'd like to highlight one more great costum part, from iLegos.

Spiked Tires, are just great for your TECHNIC off-road creations or fighting MINDSTORMS robots, where good traction is a must.

You cand find these Spiked Tires at iLegos store (eBay). See them here.

- They are sold in sets of two, each mounted on 2 original LEGO Big Pulleys (light bluish gray) with a rubber ring each.
- 76 mm (3 inches, 10 studs) external diameter.
- 19 mm (3/4", 3 studs).
- Great look and matte black unfinished rubber.
- Unmatched 'All Terrain' performance and great traction.

... and more to come from Mauricio, I guess ;-)


Alex Campos said...

They look nice and rugged, and I totally can see them in a dune buggy or Mars explorer, but somehow they don't look very "LEGO"...

TechnicBRICKs said...

Maybe, because they are not LEGO... ;-)

Alex Campos said...

I know that!
What I mean is that, even for 3rd-party pieces, they don't appear much to be made by LEGO. Maybe I'm spoiled by the HiTechnic sensors and the mini-motors by the same people who make the wheels, which externally use LEGO parts.

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