Mercedes-Benz G-classe 6x6




Hello dear friends! Please let us (yes, today - we are both with ADCchannel are the authors) introduce the latest MOC - today this is Mercedes-Benz G-class 6X6 Trial edition.
This truck (definitely it is!) is our common project. I was always dreaming of creating my own implementation  of this greatest version of legendary Gelandewagen.
I build the body with pleasure and know that ADCchannel riched senior skills in building chassis for truck trial, so I offered hiw some kind of collaboration. Luckily, he immediately agreed.
The main difficulty was that we are living in different cities, but not far from. So, couple of month were spent truck is ready.
To be honest body itself is absolutely new. From my previous G class Mansory edition I took only front view and side doors. Roof, interior, body frame is completely new.
Mandatory point was to create easily removable body. So, you can split body from frame removing only six axles (easy to remove).
Some description, though :)
This monster is propelled by 3 XL motors - one per each axle. M motor for steering and we decide to power truck bu Buwizz. But it's ready to use regular Lego IR receivers.

Suspension has 3 portal axles like original Mercedes. We use 7 Claas tires (actually 6 + 1 third party). Everything what can be opened - is openable - hood, doors, trunk.
Unfortunately there were no room for any V8 engine due to front suspension construction. First purpose was to build truck suitable for trial.
Feel free to watch and comment. Any critics would be highly appreciated.

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Name Mercedes-Benz G-classe 6x6
Designer OleJka
Designed 2019
Inventory 2832
Theme Technic


  • 1 week, 3 days ago lbrix (16K) MOC Designer PRO
    My favourite off-road car! Awesome replica! But why didn´t you use the servo-motor for steering?
    • 4 days, 2 hours ago OleJka (7K) MOC Designer
      Thanks a lot! We decided to use regular motor because it's better for trial in our opinion and serve takes to much energy.
  • 3 weeks ago Andy218 (37)
    Unable to open files after download as they have downloaded as archive type files. Can you pleas help?
  • 2 months, 2 weeks ago MirkoM (1205)
    Finally I build this monster. It's very funny to build and to "drive". I only have 2 small problems: 1) the wheels, overall front, come off frequently. 2)rear axles fold easily due to the monstrous torque. I find a little solution using smaller tyre ( 94.3 x 38 - 92912 ).

    Anyway it's a great MOC and I really enjoy it! It climbs everywhere!!
    • 2 months, 1 week ago OleJka (7K) MOC Designer
      Thank you so much for the feedback!
  • 4 months, 1 week ago MirkoM (1205)
    very nice! and works great! the differentials are lockable?
    • 2 months, 1 week ago OleJka (7K) MOC Designer
      Unfortunately we decided to delete all diffs to avoid redundant friction, despite real model has 4 diffs (or 5).
  • 4 months, 1 week ago Loxlego (3K) MOC Designer
    Wow very nice design! Everything flows really well - and seems to function well too!
    • 2 months, 1 week ago OleJka (7K) MOC Designer
      Thanks bro! very appreciate!
  • 4 months, 1 week ago POTETOZ (339) MOC Designer
    Cool MOC!
    You may want to change it's name
    Next to the Photos aisle it says Admin. Change It There
    • 2 months, 1 week ago OleJka (7K) MOC Designer
      Thanks Mate!
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