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  1. I made sure that they are at 90 degrees, still did the locking. I have changed the 2 Technic 2L liftarms with pin and axe with pulley wheels to have more angle possibilities, it still didn't work. Back to starting point, I will have to redo the whole assembly.
  2. Quik question for about this changing mechanism: I have built a version of the gear box using the old style driving rings and I noticed that there is a point in the shifting cycle when both driving rings are connected, thus the gearbox is locked. Does this occurs with the new driving rings? Or Did I did something wrong while building?
  3. HI folks, Here is my second take on this great set. I have turned the plane upside down ha ha ha, I made it with the wing under the fuselaj, and with two jet engines, smaller wheels for landing gear (functional), kept all the flight controls functional. More photos at https://www.facebook.com/Ode.Lego.Creations
  4. Ode

    In which country is Lego the cheapest....

    To add to this, I just looked on the official Lego shop site and here it is 199$
  5. After many (more than 20) years in the dark age, known as the years without any LEGO, I was shown the light by 8052 Container Truck, in 2010. Now, I am hooked (addicted) to the Technic :)
  6. I cannot comapre my setting with some of those seen here, but I cannot complain either. This is my half of the livingroom, the other half is the media center. Lots of large or rarely used parts are in plastic containers under the table.
  7. I will start working on them this weekend. Thanks Thanks :)
  8. Not really, I not particullary good with LDD. Sorry mate. If you really whant I can make some detailed pictures for you.
  9. I have made this plane to actually have a fully functional cargo bay. The motor and the battery are shaped as a cargo container, easily removable. I have filled in as much of the open spacess as I could. It also has a redesigned landing gear, which uses smaller wheels, and it is not as bulky as the original. Photos on FB @ https://www.facebook.com/Ode.Lego.Creations Video on YT @
  10. Great idea, and nice work so far. You might want to take a look at this one for some ideas.
  11. Here is my take on that truck With portals Fully loaded still has a ground clearance of 7 studs
  12. Iam way to old to keep up with this technology, I just figured out how I can see what parts I own in rebricable, nice feature, lovely graphs. But Brickforge has the advantage that gives you the weight of each piece, or combined weight of a number of pieces, nice feature when you build something that has to be light. Also it can check current prices against Bricklink, nice to know average price of a future shopping list without spending time on bricklink to find the parts. I guess that both ways of keeping track of parts are good, depending on what you want.
  13. More photos at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.842270582499103.1073741842.424557690937063&type=1
  14. Here is an off-line solution, way better than rebrickable. http://www.brickforge.de/software/brickstore/