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    Default RC4WD 870k Earth Mover Wheel Loader - UNBOXING

    The new wheel loader from RC4WD - 870k EARTHMOVER. What a great machinery.

    When I came through the door, there stood this huge heavy package. My heart was in my throat.
    I could buy it expect to make. Is he really there? I asked myself.

    As I move to the first time there is chaos, but I could quickly clear out a spot and without much preparation
    make a short unboxing video - enjoy!

    This weekend I'm at an event and will test the wheel loader in detail and tell you about it for granted.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dC7O...yer_detailpage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Curacao 999 View Post
    The new wheel loader from RC4WD - 870k EARTHMOVER. What a great machinery.

    When I came through the door, there stood this huge heavy package. My heart was in my throat.
    I could buy it expect to make. Is he really there? I asked myself.

    As I move to the first time there is chaos, but I could quickly clear out a spot and without much preparation
    make a short unboxing video - enjoy!

    This weekend I'm at an event and will test the wheel loader in detail and tell you about it for granted.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dC7O...yer_detailpage
    Hi there.
    how is your model running. any problems with oil leaks or axles breaking.
    Just asking because my diff bearing have shattered and it had a major oil leak when I bought it and the leaks seem to have returned and only 6 hrs on the model. mine is now only running front wheel drive until parts can be sorted. any update would be welcomed.
    dave

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    Hi Dave
    Just mail Julian via his Shop

    Rc-Welt.eu

    He is very bussy and not so often online here...
    Axles are the same as in the armaggeddon truck, I think.

    Greets and good luck!
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    In the end though, it all comes down to stick time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockatanski View Post
    Hi Dave
    Just mail Julian via his Shop

    Rc-Welt.eu

    He is very bussy and not so often online here...
    Axles are the same as in the armaggeddon truck, I think.

    Greets and good luck!
    thanks for that.
    I will email him later tonight.
    all the best
    dave

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    Hello Dave,

    the most leaking problems are because the sealing rings are not close. At this time we test in germany different kind of sealing rings for higher quality. After I have some news, I will let you know.

    All valvet blocks from us are close at this time.

    Julian
    RC-WELT.EU
    Germany

    P.S.: Axles from the wheelloader are not 100% the same as the Armageddon truck.

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    IMG_0823.jpgScrews was to short and not into the hole.
    Gap between Bearing and Housing.
    IMG_0822.jpg
    The T Connection from the front Tubing leak. I use y Conection from Leimbach.
    The Cylinder are fix with the Tubing Connection. This is is a timebomb. You can't fix the Cylinder togeter with the same screw for the tubing.
    IMG_0811.jpg
    Missing Screw
    IMG_0817.jpg
    And this was only the Front Part

    The Valve Block is also wet after one Batterie work.......
    The Back Axle sound also not very nice.....

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    they are just a pile of junk. mine is still in bits on the bench and I would never tell anyone to buy one of there models now.
    the back up service of rc4wd is crap and they do not care.
    will never buy from them again.
    started my own rc4wd problems page on face book, going to get a load of pictures put up on there over the holidays.

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    do you have the link to this FB Page? Can be interessted and a help Page with all the Infos from others Owners.

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