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The previous version with clutches had a little bit different mechanism.

 

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I'm already drooling for them instructions.. Not that i have the parts to make it any time soon... 
Is it possible to make with the old hubs?

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Is the front end openable for access to RC items? 
Can this thing be made with buwizz with small modifications? 

I'm seriously loving this thing cause rebrickable has no 100% purely technic mining trucks that are RC. 

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The battbox is behind the front panels and it will removed to the bottom. The sbrick is mounted above the battbox and the control led is visible through one hole in the front panel but it can placed at several points, there is enough space in the machine housing.

A buwizz should fit too at the place of battbox. The cables are long enough.

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Good news Girls, Guys an Minifigs. The .io File is at Custombricks. so the instruction should coming soon.

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without parts list? do you have hacked my pc?

one more thing i want to try, but i have to wait till saturday to get my hands on the 42100

 

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9 hours ago, efferman said:

Good news Girls, Guys an Minifigs. The .io File is at Custombricks. so the instruction should coming soon.

Nice, any chance of a parts list so I can get the inventory ready for the instructions?

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Iam not sure if of the part list from the io would be the same from the instruction.

@rekreK late today, or tomoorow there will be the partlist available.

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When will the instructions be released on rebrickable? The parts list there is amazing cause you can just check what parts you're missing and order everything at once. 

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Ideally suited to be shown being filled by R9800 maybe against a background of the real machines - say somewhere in Australia!

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