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Just now, ArsMan064 said:

Deja vu... Model, color, scale... :)

 

Just different tires :wink:

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Just now, I_Igor said:

Just different tires :wink:

More info for you as you wanted to know so long 

‘From the video, I saw the buggy 42124 tyre size is 75.1 x 28

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Just now, Technicallism said:

More info for you as you wanted to know so long 

‘From the video, I saw the buggy 42124 tyre size is 75.1 x 28

I was wondering if they are 75.1 or 76.1 since I could not have big enough pictures to see the right digit despite using photoshop filters...

Thanks 

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11 minutes ago, Technicallism said:

‘From the video, I saw the buggy 42124 tyre size is 75.1 x 28

Where is this video?

 

For now i can only see the Jeep video on Lego Technic official FB page.

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We've taken a look with our incredibly untrained eye. It'd be interesting to know whether those smarter than us (which will be all of you) agree;

We'd guess 42122 features pendular suspension, steering, fold down rear seats, and a winch.

We think there is no engine, 4x4, or diffs

An opportunity missed?

42122 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Set Preview

 

Edit - We've just sent the video above, which seems to bak this up. Boo.

Edited by TLCB
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At 0:12, the bottow view of the chassis is shown. The rear axle has springs. The front axle is pendular and is connected through a small turntable.

Edited by Ngoc Nguyen

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Bit of a shame there's no engine. Thoughts on whether a small one could've fit in that ~3L gap between the axle and the hood?

Edited by Bartybum

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I really like those new tires, but the rest is meh to me.

Frankly, I am happy they prioritized the suspension rather than the engine.

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Much like the buggy I’m not sure if I want the model but I do want those tyres and the new parts in yellow 

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13 minutes ago, Ngoc Nguyen said:

I think we should call it the 21.5 panel :laugh:

or kind of Panel #21 and #22 extension...

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Overall, the design looks great, but a minor detraction for me is the sill line, which is too low on the doors, which may mean the roofline is also slightly too low.

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Compared to the 42093 it's a heavy improvement, definetly a buy for me.

37 minutes ago, Bartybum said:

Bit of a shame there's no engine. Thoughts on whether a small one could've fit in that ~3L gap between the axle and the hood?

I think it would have been hard/inconvenient to put it in, as the steering axle is goes through the center. 

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I'm glad the official pictures looks much better than the leaks did. However, the Senna is just way better value of money...

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