Friday, August 8, 2014

Building instructions for Jurgen's Kenworth W900

After a long journey trying to build a reliable and comprehensive 4-speed remote controlled gearbox, Jurgen Krooshoop came up with an American style truck just to have it wrapped.

The whole model includes all the functions you may expect to find into a Technic truck tractor:

  • Full live-axle suspension on all axles
  • Both rear-axles are driven
  • Remote-controlled steering with working steering wheel inside the cabin
  • PF-lights (lots of them...)
  • Openable hood and cabin doors
  • Remote controlled driving
And of course the 4-speed remote controlled gearbox!

The next step for those who have the necessary determination is to elaborate the building instructions that lets others build their models - a meticulous and exhaustive work! But we know Jurgen has what it takes, as this is just another example of the high quality instructions with which he has accustomed us.

The package includes two building instruction sets, one for the Deluxe model which uses some not so common rather hard to find parts and colors, and the Basic version with ordinary parts and colors to make it easier for you to build this model.

As you can see he also had to collaboration of the usual suspect.
Blackbird contributed with another set of magnificent renders for these models!

You can find the details on how to buy these instructions at Jurgen's website entry for this model.
For the moment let me leave you with a couple of samples from a few random pages of these instructions, for you to assess the quality put in this work.

I'm sure you will enjoy it!

1 comment:

Unknown said...

hi my name is jayden wright from lockington victoria australia just wondering how much will it coast to buy the truck and the instructions my email is i love the truck so awesome

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