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  • Birthday 09/12/1983

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    <p> I'm an AFOL and I like nothing except Technic. </p>

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  1. I wish I could speak English so fluently as you... As for the model you've done a great job again - the combination of technical ingenuity with prominent look. Well done!
  2. I saw that when preliminary images appeared. But it has nothing to do with the problem I mentioned - ordinary gears don't prevent from backward movement. It was possible that a worm gear was hidden somewhere down the powertrain, but now our only hope to solve this mystery is yours or Jim's WIP pictures.
  3. Not a single worm gear? And how does the boom stay in place when extended? Also, RIP my intention to build a forklift as a C-Model.
  4. Likewise, this page states that the B-model for 42081 will be a dump truck called PEGAX. Oops, this has already been mentioned in the dedicated topic.
  5. This is a decent model, you did right having decided to post it. It seems to work quite well, but the rear would benefit from more subtle finishing, like fenders, for example. As the next step in improving your building skill I suggest adding a suspension to it or your next MOC.
  6. The idea isn't new, but the implementation is impressive.
  7. Plausible, but one has to be very bad at visual perception to benefit from this.
  8. This discussion about shocks malfunction reminds me that the last time we saw 9.5L extra hard shock absorbers was 5 (!) years ago. Something tells me that replacing a pair of common 6.5L ones with one 9.5L wouldn't result in any significant rise of production costs, but alas, not this time (again).
  9. Exactly - it's either horizontal or vertical. Why would I need to rotate, for example, 30 degrees clockwise?
  10. Can somebody give an example of a scenario when you might rotate buttons at other angle than strictly horizontal or vertical?
  11. It is very unlikely. As we can see from pictures all switches are of traditional type. Plus, like it was the case with Porsche, I bet we won't see any new parts until the next year from Chiron release.
  12. Ask them for a test-drive.
  13. For front hubs try narrowing (limiting) steering angle; an excessively low gear ratio can be another cause. Until you provide us with some photos it's hard to say exactly where is the problem.
  14. Not stackable connectors issue is what worries me the most. I guess we have to wait for the Technic line to see how it will turn out. BTW, @Sarielcongrats with your marriage!