Maaboo35

42131 - CAT D11 Bulldozer

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The links looks like 7stud wide - 3 studs wide for pin holes/spocket and 2 studs add for each side of link

Now I am waiting for comparison with my Liebherr PR776. It will be very interesting

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9 minutes ago, eric trax said:

Now I am waiting for comparison with my Liebherr PR776. It will be very interesting

I think I know a guy who compares Technic sets and take photos of them :wink:

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1 hour ago, Ngoc Nguyen said:

I think I know a guy who compares Technic sets and take photos of them :wink:

Who's that, then?

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Just now, Maaboo35 said:

I was being sarcastic. :facepalm:

I didn't see any emoticon, but you know the best. Looking forward to see official images (at least for August release)

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Pretty sure this isnt arriving in NZ until next year, hopefully it still arrives on Lego.com on October 1st

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Posted (edited)

Bloody hell I thought there are new candies....

Nothing to see here people.

Edited by Ngoc Nguyen

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48 minutes ago, Ngoc Nguyen said:

Bloody hell I thought there are new candies....

Nothing to see here people.

We're coming up to a month before this thing is released, so I'd sit tight.

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On 8/16/2021 at 7:52 PM, Maaboo35 said:

We're coming up to a month before this thing is released, so I'd sit tight.

Minexpo is in Las Vegas 13-15/09/2021 so it might even wait till then to be revealed by lego on the cat stand which is the complete opposite approach to the raptor and leaves it really late

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Now that’s what I’m talking about! Definitely looks like a beast of a set that lives up to the initial rumours!

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Are there new liftarms on the fornt blade with a different angle?

But this thing is surely a little bit bigger than in the first leaked pics xD

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Posted (edited)

Looks like the rear blade only has one function. The lower cylinder is a linear actuator, but the upper one is brick built.

There seems to be 6 functions:

- Raising blade
- Tilting blade
- Track left
- Track right
- Ladder
- Lifting ripper

Edited by Ngoc Nguyen

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4 minutes ago, Ngoc Nguyen said:

Looks like the rear blade only has one function. The lower cylinder is a linear actuator, but the upper one is brick built.

Completely missed this in the first view O_o

The commentator mentions the functions at 2:05:

- indipendent track movement
- ripper movement up and down, left and right
- front blade movement up and down, tipping forward and backward
- ladder movement

Definetly needs 2 hubs for this functions. 7 motors, if I did count right

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Posted (edited)

@Ngoc Nguyen

Besides the not-motorized chain adjuster, there might be some other manual function.

But for motorized function I would agree with you.

Edited by Gimmick

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1 minute ago, Jundis said:

- front blade movement up and down, tipping forward and backward

I wonder how the second function is achieved, given that the upper layer is clearly brick built.

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14 minutes ago, Ngoc Nguyen said:

Looks like the rear blade only has one function. The lower cylinder is a linear actuator, but the upper one is brick built.

There seems to be 6 functions:

- Raising blade
- Tilting blade
- Track left
- Track right
- Ladder
- Lifting ripper

Ripper can also move front and backwards ,

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