Sunday, March 14, 2010

Week TechVideo, 2010 #10 - One more Skid Steer Loader

As far as I remember, two Skid Steer Loaders have been featured here at TBs .
Each with a different implementation for the mechanism to raise the bucket [1, pneumatic cylinders] [2, linear actuator made of discrete parts].
Today a third one from Attila. This time a full RC tracked version, inspired on CAT 277B, and using four LEGO Linear Actuators for the bucket control.

It looks quit well built and realistic.
As usual you may find some more photos from this model, at Attila's Brickshelf folder.


arezey said...

Looks like a real Technic set. Very well made...

Tobbe Arnesson said...

Nice, but where's the balancing on the "front wheels" in the video? ;D

Conchas said...


Didn't understand your question.

Gray said...

very well built! i think tobbe means when wheel skid steers push down the loader bucket on the ground, lifting the skid steer up. track loaders cannot do this, but i can understand why he would expect this from a skid steer.

Tobbe Arnesson said...

I meant this.

Gray said...

as you can see this is on tracks, it cannot do such a thing.

Anonymous said...

hey can u guys vote on my creation for the lego technic challenge? it is a red truck with a four speed. only vehicle there with full time 4x4 and transmission!

sholto_bateson said...

this is a very good model but why no new content for 6 days?

Conchas said...


Quite busy lately, preparing my LUG annual event... :)

Sorry! :(

It is not the end of TBs... yet! ;)

gijs gijs said...

Hi there. Has anyone building instructions for this skidsteer i want built this

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