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I came across this neat video that basically explains the various forces and components at play in off roading with a Jeep using a motorized Lego vehicle. Worth the 5 minutes.






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I came across this neat video that basically explains the various forces and components at play in off roading with a Jeep using a motorized Lego vehicle. Worth the 5 minutes.

That’s awesome🤘🏼
 

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I'm down for a JL with a Middle Joint...
 

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I’m thinking someone needs to build a rock crawler buggy with a motorized middle joint and a bunch of undercarriage armor. It’d be unstoppable.
 
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I’m thinking someone needs to build a rock crawler buggy with a motorized middle joint and a bunch of undercarriage armor. It’d be unstoppable.
#1 - that's a really cool idea
#2 - that's even realistic with an electric platform that gets rid of all the moving parts and using a motor for each wheel.
 

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