Rubberband Powered Lego Car

Introduction: Rubberband Powered Lego Car

About: Retired from instructables now. I am going over to YouTube so check me out at "knextreme productions"!

An idea i had one snow day when i was bored

Ok how to work it
Hook rubberband* to the yellow piece that is on the end of the driveshaft not the axel
Next hook it to the blue piece near the front pull back to wind and let go when ready

* no rubberband shown because i wound it up to far and broke it

**note a wide spacer on the left rear axel broke in half and fell off this was a mistake it should match the other side

*** found rubberband should look like last pic when attached correctly

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    4 Discussions

    Knextremely stupid
    Knextremely stupid

    5 years ago

    Good idea il try the tires but no vid until i get more rubber bands


    5 years ago on Introduction

    sugestion if you put thinner tires on the back it will go farther les friction try using steering wheel with rubber tire on it if you hav them

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    5 years ago on Introduction

    wery clewer i just love rainy days people get so creatiwe. Mak a video of how it gos