379 Peterbilt Truck

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4x6 - Peterbilt 379 truck, steering, openable bonnet, doors, HOG

Original model author - Artemy Zotov.
https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-2785/Artemy%20Zotov/peterbilt-379/#comments

Instruction - Steelman14a
Note: On step 116 replace the centre 2853 with a 2854 & 2L axle.  Thanks to Rico79
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MOC-24330

Name 379 Peterbilt Truck
Designer Steelman14a
Designed 2019
Inventory 845 parts
Theme Technic

22 COMMENTS

  • 2 weeks, 2 days ago fergs Level 8
    Great looking build. I added a couple of rc motors for a bit of fun, there was so much room I felt I had too! Thanks for sharing, love your designs
  • 1 month ago loverainmaker Level 7
    Is step 116 wrong? The engine can't be assembled like that.
    • 1 month ago Steelman14a Level 12 Designed this MOC
      Just checked. So what is the problem?
      • 1 month ago loverainmaker Level 7
        Three 2853 cannot be connected as shown in the figure
        • 1 month ago Steelman14a Level 12 Designed this MOC
          Just connect all parts from the step, and then insert it to the block....
          • 1 month ago loverainmaker Level 7
            Have you assembled real parts? No.2 2583 cannot be connect with No.3 2583 like step 116 did.
            • 1 month ago Steelman14a Level 12 Designed this MOC
              2583 is lego bar fence.
              Just turn it around 180 deg and its done;)
              • 1 month ago loverainmaker Level 7
                Maybe we've got some misunderstandings, maybe Lego modified his shape, and can't build it for you.
                • 1 month ago Steelman14a Level 12 Designed this MOC
                  Is this is your problem? Or something else?
                  • 1 month ago loverainmaker Level 7
                    It’s the 2583’s problem,cannot connect like that
                  • 1 month ago loverainmaker Level 7
                    • 4 weeks, 1 day ago Steelman14a Level 12 Designed this MOC
                      Yeah, that what i've meant,  just turn no3  by 180 deg and problem is solved..
                      • 4 weeks, 1 day ago loverainmaker Level 7
                        In reality, such a construction method is not feasible
                        • 4 weeks, 1 day ago Steelman14a Level 12 Designed this MOC
                          Ok, ok that was my fault((
                          • 2 weeks, 6 days ago Rico79 Level 7
                            Have just finished this build - to make the motor work, replaced the centre 2853 with a 2854 & 2L axle - the front 2853 was then able to reach the pinhole in the cross member. There is no way 3 x 2853 can be linked as shown - God knows I tried!! The front steering cross arm also needs bracing to keep it straight but could not find a solution. Still a very nice model and very good pdf.
  • 8 months, 1 week ago zeeverse Level 14 MOC Designer
    A great looking Truck Design! Technic's Panels have finally matured enough that we can almost get solids.
  • 9 months, 3 weeks ago nzmike Level 12
    Very cool - been looking for a big rig to build for a while that I have most of the parts for so I'm going to start building it right now! :-)
  • 10 months ago nigel1975 Level 24 PRO
    I've had the original MOC-2785 on my build list for a while now. I will be sure to use this version of the instructions, will be much easier than working from the LXF.
    Good idea to help others in the community to publish instructions for their MOCs, we all have different skills to offer. Very nice renders too :-)
  • 10 months ago psmyth Level 16
    beautiful truck...very well put together!!!
  • 10 months ago TimM75 Level 15 PRO
    That is a nice looking rig. Love the Peterbuilt's! Great job on the replica.
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Peterbilt.pdf
April 23, 2019, 11:12 a.m.
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