Ngoc Nguyen

42112 Concrete Mixer Truck

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Price: 99.99 EUR

Features:

- 4 axles,2 front steer
- Mack truck wheels (49.5 x 20 tyres)
- Large mixing drum consisting of two moulded parts with internal screw conveyor
- Dark blue cabin
- Drum rotation switchable – manual or driven from the rear axle(s)

 

Go nuts

Edited by Ngoc Nguyen

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Uh, let me guess it would have 49,5 mm wheels?

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25 minutes ago, mysiopysio84 said:

I wish for 62.4.. 

Having the same price as 42108 (still can't stop typing them as 420<something> :look:), 62.4-tires scale could make very "empty", I afraid.

However, in case if (for some reason - we still don't know the details) it comes like a self-loading cement mixer rather the truck with a mixer, those wheels could be reasonable:

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33 minutes ago, mysiopysio84 said:

I wish for 62.4.. 

68.7 x 27 would be even better, but most likely 49.5 based on price

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Just now, Void_S said:

self-loading cement mixer

This is the first time I've encountered such a bizarre contraption. This thing can very well be the B model. If (big if) there is gonna be a B model...

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2 minutes ago, Ngoc Nguyen said:

This is the first time I've encountered such a bizarre contraption. This thing can very well be the B model. If (big if) there is gonna be a B model...

Probably won't be. :hmpf_bad:

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3 hours ago, Ngoc Nguyen said:

This is the first time I've encountered such a bizarre contraption

Just read the wiki article about cement mixers... there are really strange vehicles out there I've never seen before...

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15 minutes ago, Jundis said:

Just read the wiki article about cement mixers... there are really strange vehicles out there I've never seen before...

From what I know, this type is mainly built for the US market.

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19 hours ago, mysiopysio84 said:

I wish for 62.4.. 

Too big scale for not a flagship, maybe. Will see soon :)

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I was expecting this model to be the Volvo branded model, not the offroad hauler.  Either way, hopefully its a good one!

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According to Henry (youtube-channel "Klemmbausteinlyrik"), the drum will be a single piece and be able to function like a real one. So there should be a cork screw within and depending on rotation, push out little pieces of cement.

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One piece??? I really hope not. It will look like a Brüder toy truck...

Edited by MajklSpajkl

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12 minutes ago, Jundis said:

According to Henry (youtube-channel "Klemmbausteinlyrik"), the drum will be a single piece and be able to function like a real one. So there should be a cork screw within and depending on rotation, push out little pieces of cement.

Talk about a single-use part. *huh*

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Hi, I'm nearly back from Nuremberg and wrote down all my experiences at https://www.lc-jrx.com/en/2020/01/28/news/lego-technic-summer-sets-2020-552.htm

On 1/22/2020 at 2:00 PM, Ngoc Nguyen said:

I'm really curious how the mixing drum is made.

two moulded parts with internal screw conveyor

On 1/22/2020 at 4:30 PM, Aleh said:

Uh, let me guess it would have 49,5 mm wheels?

true

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On 1/22/2020 at 4:00 PM, Ngoc Nguyen said:

- 4 axles,2 front steer
- Mack truck wheels (49.5 x 20 tyres)
- Large mixing drum consisting of two moulded parts with internal screw conveyor
- Dark blue cabin
- Drum rotation switchable – manual or driven from the rear axle(s)

Well, I think we did 3 out of 5: 49.5 wheels, moulded drum and manual/driven drum rotation.

So, if still the drum is moulded... there are two possible B-models (if it is, for sure):

  • Another mixer
  • Snowplow.... Really, if the drum is rectangular enough, its inner "worming" could be taken as an "auger snowplow".

Is the cabin an EU "cabover" or NA "nosed" one? I suspect the first option...

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Just now, Void_S said:

there are two possible B-models (if it is, for sure):

This is the only set that I expect to have a B model.

The B model can be a truck with a mixer trailer. Most truck sets have B models like that.

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10 minutes ago, Ngoc Nguyen said:

This is the only set that I expect to have a B model.

The B model can be a truck with a mixer trailer. Most truck sets have B models like that.

Yep, it also would be strange to build something else having 8 wheels... 4-wheeled truck + 4-wheeled trailer. It could be like 42043 Arocs or nowdays C-models for 42098 - the same truck turned into a prime mover (tractor) with a shorter wheelbase and two axles and the payload moved to a semitrailer. Easy to rebuild, better for play (truck+trailer is always funnier than a rigid truck).

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Child friendly model of a four-axle concrete mixer. The truck is 15 studs wide and thus slightly smaller than last year’s car transporter (LEGO® Technic 42098). The wheels are fitted with 49.5×20 tyres.

Following it, I would say it strongly reminds me that @mpj's model:

 

Edited by Void_S

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I like what I see, dual color drum (in white and yellow)

4 axels, similar steering to Arocs

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Just now, Gzynek2323 said:

I like what I see, dual color drum (in white and yellow)

4 axels, similar steering to Arocs

Wait do you have pictures?

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