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Zil 130 mmz 555
Old soviet dumping truck Zil 130
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Lego Technic [MOC] Zil130 mmz 555
Soviet dumping truck.
A SOVIET WORKHORSE

RWD WITH 4 SPEED REMOTELY
CONTROLED TRANSMISSION

WORKING STEERING WHEEL
REMOTELY CONTROLLED DUMPING

FRONT & REAR SUSPENSION
MANUALLY OPENED DOORS AND HOOD

PF LiPo BATTERY

1 X PF M MOTOR FOR DUMPING
1X PF XL MOTOR FOR PROPULSION
1X PF M MOTOR FOR STEERING
1X PF M MOTOR FOR TRANSMISSION

LENGHT 45 CM
WIDTH 20 CM
WEIGHT 2,1 KG




















































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 I like it 
  April 11, 2017
This is a supercool looking Technic truck! The shaping is just amazing and the functions are splendid. I really like how you made the steering too keep the front-wheels from scratching the inside of the wings. Excellent work, and congrats on a well deserved TheLegoCarBlog post!
 I made it 
  April 9, 2017
Quoting Jeremy McCreary Hmmm, works every time with IE11. Never occurred to me that the browser would make any difference with what appears to me to be a MOCpages quirk. You removed the colon, too, right? No idea why you're getting that odd overlay. Did you put the embedding code on its own line?
Thanks for your advice. Finally, i solved the problem. I found a cause in the browser. My presentation looks much better now.
 I like it 
  April 8, 2017
amazing work!:D
  April 8, 2017
It has been ages since I have been able to use iframes as well. I use firefox. Jeremy is incredibly lucky to be using the old code! I have to use this code: <object width="500" height="281"><param name="movie"value="http://www.youtube.com/v/*****?version=3&hl=en_US"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/*****?version=3&hl=en_US";; type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="500" height="281" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true"></embed></object> The specific code for each video is 11 characters. So, make sure you fill in the asterisks with the characters of your code.
  April 8, 2017
Hmmm, works every time with IE11. Never occurred to me that the browser would make any difference with what appears to me to be a MOCpages quirk. You removed the colon, too, right? No idea why you're getting that odd overlay. Did you put the embedding code on its own line?
 I made it 
  April 8, 2017
Quoting Jeremy McCreary If you use the template I gave you, it will work. I do it all the time. The most common reason for that error is inclusion of "https:" that would normally precede the "//www.youtube.com..." part of the template. Don't ask me why.
This does not work on google chrome. I only managed to get on the mozzilla but with a link from youtube <iframe width = "560" height = "315" src = "https://www.youtube.com/embed/GJKpSr0Bu4w"; frameborder = "0" allowfullscreen> </ iframe > And that's after removing https Your link will display what you see over the video now. Is it something wrong ?
  April 8, 2017
If you use the template I gave you, it will work. I do it all the time. The most common reason for that error is inclusion of "https:" that would normally precede the "//www.youtube.com..." part of the template. Don't ask me why.
 I made it 
  April 8, 2017
Quoting Jeremy McCreary Love the truck and the video, Samolot! I see many innovative engineering solutions here -- including the RC 4-speed transmission and the actuator-driven steering. To fully appreciate this MOC, however, visitors =must= see the video, and many will no doubt overlook the link or move on without copying it into their browser. A much better solution for all concerned is to embed your YouTube videos in your MOCpages. To do that, just copy the following HTML template =exactly= and paste it into your page at the appropriate place: <iframe width="500" height="281" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/[]" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>. Then replace the "[]" in the template with the alphanumeric video ID found at the very end of the YouTube link, after the "=" sign. Couldn't be easier, so give it a try!
Welcome. Thank you for your advice. But unfortunately I spent a lot of time trying to paste a link to youtube. (I do not have problems with it in other forums) But on moc-pages.com I always have the message "Please do not put frames or iframes on your page". When the page reload. You have an idea why this is happening. Please help
 I like it 
  April 7, 2017
Love the truck and the video, Samolot! I see many innovative engineering solutions here -- including the RC 4-speed transmission and the actuator-driven steering. To fully appreciate this MOC, however, visitors =must= see the video, and many will no doubt overlook the link or move on without copying it into their browser. A much better solution for all concerned is to embed your YouTube videos in your MOCpages. To do that, just copy the following HTML template =exactly= and paste it into your page at the appropriate place: <iframe width="500" height="281" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/[]" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>. Then replace the "[]" in the template with the alphanumeric video ID found at the very end of the YouTube link, after the "=" sign. Couldn't be easier, so give it a try!
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  April 7, 2017
cool!
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  April 6, 2017
Love this submission. I also like how you took the time to take outside pictures on site. Great job.
 I like it 
  April 6, 2017
Really nice, great job !
 I made it 
  April 5, 2017
https://www.bricksafe.com/files/samolot/zil-130-mmz-555/p88888m.jpg I started building in blue. But range of blue panels is very limited.
 I like it 
  April 5, 2017
Excellent work. Since childhood I love this car. However, in general, they were blue and white. Because of the very good for the truck overclocking characteristics, zil-130 was jokingly nicknamed the "dump-interceptor" :)
 I like it 
  April 5, 2017
Super good job on this. I like how you've been able to utilize a family of elements that are somewhat restrictive when it cones to details, Well executed model.
 
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