The RC Construction Toys You Use Most In Your Remote Control Projects

With RC construction toys you have the opportunity to dream up, and build, a number of different remote control projects. And the projects you design probably make high use of the RC construction toys you use most.

RC Construction ToysSome quick ideas for projects include racetracks, airports, lakes and ponds, cities and towns, monster truck rally arenas, climbing hills, mud holes, and bogs.

Your radio control hobby takes on new meaning when you build your own fleet of construction models. It gives you added pleasure when creating the activity centers for running your cars, motorcycles, trucks, boats, airplanes, buggies, and helicopters.

When you build those projects you’ll use all of that construction equipment, as you need its individual operating function. But you most likely have particular models that you favor over the others.

One type of construction activity always pleases you more than any other. Which construction function gives you the biggest smile?

A fleet of RC construction toys includes excavators, front loaders, dump trucks, cement mixers, forklifts, semi trucks, and cranes. Sometimes you’ll also want tow trucks, and garbage trucks. But your personal fleet includes the RC construction toys you use most.

Your construction project normally starts with the excavator work. The excavators dig excess dirt away to give you a rough shape to your foundation. Excavators are mobile. Mounted on wheels or tracks they allow you to carry the dirt to remote collection areas one shovel load at a time. But moving the excess dirt to the collection area one bucket at a time is a slow process. So you dig it with the excavator and pile it to the side for later removal.

To take care of that piled dirt you fire up the front loaders. You can move that dirt to the collection area with the front loader too. Again, that’s a slow process, as it also requires moving the dirt one shovel at a time. So to make your construction effort more realistic you use the front loader to scoop up the dirt from your piles, and load it into the dump trucks.

Dump trucks remove all of your excess materials away from your construction site. They haul the excess dirt to the collection areas. Dump trucks also carry rock and other solid debris out of the way of the construction crews. When the crews need those materials during the construction effort the dump trucks haul them back again.

Cement mixers move the concrete into place. And the mixers pour the foundations for buildings, surfaces for racetracks or airstrips, or lay the roads.

You deliver all of your building materials to the construction site with the semi trucks. Everything you need to assemble your buildings, fences, barricades, and bridges arrive on the flatbeds.

The forklifts lift the building materials from the flatbeds and move them into position for the construction crews.

When the crews build to upper levels of structures the cranes lift the materials skyward, and into position.

Every effort during the job uses a different piece of equipment. That gives us more fun during each phase of our construction project.

But there’s always one activity that we enjoy more than all the others, isn’t there?

You’ll draw your blueprints for every one of your building projects so that they make use of the RC construction toys you use most because those are the models that give you the greatest pleasure when you operate them.