kolbjha

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  1. kolbjha

    Future Set Wishes and Speculation

    Thanks for the clarification
  2. kolbjha

    Future Set Wishes and Speculation

    To me this looks like a combined backhoe and cherry picker... or what?
  3. kolbjha

    [REVIEW] 42117 Race Plane

    In Boost dark azur is used, not turquoise, if I'm not wrong. But, yeah, I understand what you mean.
  4. kolbjha

    Technic 2021 Set Discussion

    What about the pullbacks 42026 and 24027? I think they are from 2014 1H. My point is there was no "gap" in numbers between 1H and 2H in 2014.
  5. kolbjha

    [MOC] Lego Pneumatic Steam Locomotive

    Excellent work! This is Technic at its best!
  6. kolbjha

    42107 - Ducati Panigale V4R

    Well done TLG! Even I am not a motorbike enthusiast, I will for sure get this one. A good 3-in-1 for me; good functions, good looks, good parts
  7. kolbjha

    [TC18] Trabant 601

    Totally agree that it's irrelevant for TC18 My only intention was only to point out that even TLG has used this connection. And thanks for an interesting article on brick stress
  8. kolbjha

    [TC18] Trabant 601

    Not my intention to reopen the discussion regarding connection between half pins and Tecnic triangles, but in my opinion it must be considered legal. If I remember correctly, the same technique was used at least for the 8868. If the method is used in official models, I guess it's fair to say it's legal. Ok, I realize that the 3/4 pin was introduced in 1995 (three years after the 8868), but I think my point is still valid.
  9. kolbjha

    Generic Contest Discussion

    I am now repeating an idea I posted almost three years ago in another topic. What about a universal set contest? The entry would have to be a universal set inventory and instructions for different models. Perhaps different classes; basic, pneumatic, PF, etc. A good entry in a competion like this, would include only common parts. In other words, anyone with a decent modern Technic collection should be able to replicate the models (perhaps not in the exact colors, but still...).
  10. I think most kids in the target age range will try it out in water. I can't imagine myself as a kid NOT playing with it in water.
  11. Thanks a lot for great reviews - as always! Especially I appreciate details and testing of the new diff and hull parts! The catamaran is a positive surprice indeed!
  12. kolbjha

    42108 - Mobile Crane

    Manually operated outriggers is one thing, to me totally manual slewing is even worse. On a mobile crane, IMO the core functions are related to operation of the crane itself, including slewing. I am aware of that all the "modern" mobile cranes (42009, 8053, 8421) have only manual slewing, but still... Slewing worked perfectly well on 8460, it shouldn't be to hard to implement in newer models. Perhaps LEGO believes that manual slewing gives better playability, easier to bring the boom to parked position etc.?
  13. They are even present on the inland glaciers of Greenland. Perhaps they are planning to make a clone series of the old Arctic Action theme...
  14. kolbjha

    Your Best Technic Bargains

    I find it for NOK 3472 at lekekassen.no, that is around £295. But it is a Norwegian online store, and I think they only deliver to Norwegian customers.
  15. kolbjha

    Technic 2020 Set Discussion

    The piece count of 8053 is 1289 (according to BL), so perhaps something similar?