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Old 08-27-2016, 09:10 AM
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Default Magom HRC Wheel loader

They made a Wheel loader that will be available in a few months. Its on their Facebook page.
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Old 08-27-2016, 09:46 AM
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Not on facebook. Whats different form there other wheel loader? I have their all metal 574.
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That I don't know sorry.
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Old 08-27-2016, 07:45 PM
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Googled their fb and found these pictures. L574 all metal to be ready for sale in 1-3 months according to Magom.









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Wonder what the price will be around
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Old 08-27-2016, 08:39 PM
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I'll make sure my boss is sitting when I tell him I'm now interested in working some overtime If I get my hands on one of these, my tri fecta will be complete. Metal hoe, dozer and loader
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I never did get my track loader. Didn't like the clearance on the Magom one and haven't justified the money for the Carson so I'm really curious about the price of this. My tag trailer is empty.

Reg the Dump should be completed very soon.
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Not on facebook. Whats different form there other wheel loader? I have their all metal 574.
I am sure it will be 1/14 scale vs 1/16 scale?
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Old 08-29-2016, 05:26 PM
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Default Re: Magom HRC Wheel loader

right on, metal cab as well. Not rehashing the bruder cab. Bucket looks more robust as well.
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Think I want it

The L574 wheel loader is ready.
Production will start soon. Our team is working on the instruction manual.
Price (only model): 1399 €
Price (with hydraulics): 1769 €
Price (with hydraulics and electronics): 1819 €
Price (ready to run model, painted, without transmitter): 2799 €

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So, is it out yet? It's not on Magom's website yet Jan. '17...

The price by the time you get a radio and ship it will be slightly higher than the Eagle 870 all metal wheel loader.

I wonder if this Magom loader will dig as good as the 45 lb. Eagle loader?
Eagle = 1 motor with driveshafts, rear axle locked.
What does this all metal Magom have for drivetrain?
And how much does it weigh?

The problem with Bruder conversions is that the plastic body makes it too light for good digging traction.
Most Utubes show the Bruder's working hard digging to come up with 1/2 a bucket, whereas the heavyweight Eagle just walks right in and digs a full bucket without breaking a sweat.
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So, is it out yet? It's not on Magom's website yet Jan. '17...

The price by the time you get a radio and ship it will be slightly higher than the Eagle 870 all metal wheel loader.

I wonder if this Magom loader will dig as good as the 45 lb. Eagle loader?
Eagle = 1 motor with driveshafts, rear axle locked.
What does this all metal Magom have for drivetrain?
And how much does it weigh?

The problem with Bruder conversions is that the plastic body makes it too light for good digging traction.
Most Utubes show the Bruder's working hard digging to come up with 1/2 a bucket, whereas the heavyweight Eagle just walks right in and digs a full bucket without breaking a sweat.
My play area is usually damp so on my Magom bruder conversion the stock tires would fill up and spin. I had some 1.9" rock stompers laying around so threw them on and filled them with bb's. Added 3 or so lbs and definitely more grip. Digs much better, less scale looking but more functional.


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So, is it out yet? It's not on Magom's website yet Jan. '17...

The price by the time you get a radio and ship it will be slightly higher than the Eagle 870 all metal wheel loader.

I wonder if this Magom loader will dig as good as the 45 lb. Eagle loader?
Eagle = 1 motor with driveshafts, rear axle locked.
What does this all metal Magom have for drivetrain?
And how much does it weigh?

The problem with Bruder conversions is that the plastic body makes it too light for good digging traction.
Most Utubes show the Bruder's working hard digging to come up with 1/2 a bucket, whereas the heavyweight Eagle just walks right in and digs a full bucket without breaking a sweat.
the big thing i find with all my conversion was weight! i put all kind of weight in my stuff antill i built my own metal loader.
there loader is out. but they sometime will take down something fromthe listing if they change something on upgrade something. i orderd a pump once and got a different one then the pic, when i emailed them they told me they where just about to take down the old pump, but i got mine before they could. and they sent me the new one, witch was better and the same price
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According to this video, it seems to do OK with digging (although loose dirt).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IvnQtNj4sA

But sometimes it could be due to operator not performing as good as the machine will allow (me think).
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According to this video, it seems to do OK with digging (although loose dirt).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IvnQtNj4sA

But sometimes it could be due to operator not performing as good as the machine will allow (me think).
Yea, that's the newer all metal version. Most concerns were on the bruder conversions they do where they retain some of the plastic, so less weight.
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I like your Rock Crawler tires on your loader, I think the look works!
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That's a good idea using Crawler tires, and filling them with BB's should help out a lot on the 1/2 plastic ones digging power.

I would like a loader that can easily dig a full bucket out of a stockpile of any kind of material. Looks like those $3K+ all metal loaders can do the job…

Haven't seen a vid of any of these 1:14 size loaders loading up a truck or trailer.
Can they reach into the dump body without a ramp?

What's the drivetrain on the all metal Magoms?
540 motor to transmission, to transfer case, to differentials, to planetary wheel hubs?
I can see the driveshaft U joint at the hinge point...

And doesn't Magom's 1/2 plastic conversions use a motor at each wheel, instead of driveshafts? Don't see any driveshaft or U joint at the hinge point...
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Yup, the bruder conversions are motor at each wheel. Not the best power and a bit slow, but what i expect on an entry level machine I suppose. The bruder conversion is 1/16, (not sure what the all metal is) and can fill the box on my "jacked up Mack" with a little bucket wiggle.

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I like your Rock Crawler tires on your loader, I think the look works!
Thanks Claus. Still need to get a good session of nasty material moving to see if the tires slip at all on the wheels. bb's bulge them out a bit but so far so good on day to day operating.
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I wonder if this Magom loader will dig as good as the 45 lb. Eagle loader?
Eagle = 1 motor with driveshafts, rear axle locked.
What does this all metal Magom have for drivetrain?
And how much does it weigh?

The problem with Bruder conversions is that the plastic body makes it too light for good digging traction.
Most Utubes show the Bruder's working hard digging to come up with 1/2 a bucket, whereas the heavyweight Eagle just walks right in and digs a full bucket without breaking a sweat.
I believe Magom's new FEL is 1/16 just like the Bruder one but in all metal instead. If that's the case there's quite a big difference in size & weight to Eagle's 870k. Borrowed this picture from Andy on here.

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