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Have to thank R A P H Y and Dylan Denton for the beautiful technique i used for the rear wheels


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  1. ZetoVince 60 months ago | reply

    thank you all! i never thought it would be liked that much!

  2. Moctagon Jones 60 months ago | reply

    Great design! Talk about driving by the seat of your pants!

  3. Caballero... [deleted] 59 months ago | reply

    this is awsom

  4. twofoot [deleted] 59 months ago | reply

    Pleez help a total n00b build one of thee!

  5. ZetoVince 59 months ago | reply

    @twofoot - which part of the structure is not clear to you my friend? thought i think there are enough photos to make you understand every part. if not then i 'll try to make a break down photo for you, and if after all manage it ,please post it here too in order to be all the replicas in one place

  6. twofoot [deleted] 59 months ago | reply

    Now I feel rather stupid...

  7. ZetoVince 59 months ago | reply

    ok ok my friend don't worry, i 'll make a breakbown photo but not soon cause i'm a bit busy these days

  8. slackware 57 months ago | reply

    great work!

  9. Rubikkon 50 months ago | reply

    sweet wow i like it

  10. Nathanael L. 39 months ago | reply

    I'm going "have" to make this!

  11. [Athanasios Lazarou] 38 months ago | reply

    How have I not commented on this before? Awesome creation. I love the blue theme.

  12. gordon356 31 months ago | reply

    i dont have those cylinders but i have everything else what should i use instead of cylinders for the sides

  13. ZetoVince 31 months ago | reply

    @gordon356, i'm sorry man i can't think something else, i think it is the only part can do this job!
    Maybe you can buy one of the 2012 racers sets which contain 4 cylinders each!

  14. Legoengineer 25 months ago | reply

    do you have instructions of the kart?

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