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  1. Nice build. I like that separate chassis and other part. Original was and is still real shit.
  2. I know that stud.io has some capability of testing structural integrity. Never have used it. More liked would be some possibility to test functionality - f.i. gearbox, if all gears are correct, some linkages (LDD has it up to some level of complexity) etc.
  3. https://rebrickable.com/parts/52985/tyre-687-x-27-s/
  4. Good, good! I like use of those claws.
  5. who reads those forum rules ;)
  6. Nice and clean build, all functionality included. Great! Those squarish tyres would have fitted best. And maybe nice rear fender is missing, but that just small thing.
  7. Yes, this is developed film. Of courde "raw" doirectly from photo will be "damaged", fully exposed. Made second version for film holder. Film is about 4.5 studs high. So centering of whole holder is "illegal"
  8. Found some old photo films. Doesn't had specific scanner. With document scanner results were really bad. So, what to do? Of course, if there are lego technic at the hand, why not to use them. So, some half and hour, and it is ready. Camera is held just by some little bending of litftarms. This canon fitted really well In fact, also lense with just in the width of the box, so it is really held there. Film holder Needs some improvement, adjustment, as film is closer to 4 studs in height. On the other side there are 3x11 panels and 3x3 cookies. Light source is phone in some white screen mode (there was some app on playstore) This is first shot Maybe need to bring focus closer, to get better resolution, but then, maybe, geometry would be distorted Abd then first final result (just crop and invert)
  9. Very few have here some fan base, but we (at least me) don't "cry" out (loud) about that. Otherway, pretty good "speedy" alternative. And no need to cover something so much - this is technic, not model team. OK, latest official technic builds wouldn't agree :)
  10. Don't think so. HOG linking then would be in front part, not there. But for me it seems, that there is no need for specific HOG mechanisms, as this has articulated steering, and it could be really done grabbing cabin. I was thinking to put those actuators at some angle, as on original. But still, there is almost no room for that. Also pneumatics pump was considered there, but that pump is just too big.
  11. Incredible. In good old days this would have been official b model.
  12. New chassis without central diff, for final model. Waiting for parts, but forgot to order 3x11 panels in yellow :(
  13. Because it was on original. Why not to have "fake" central diff? :)
  14. Thank You all! But why? OK, there is not much function on it (as motor is not connected to it), but removing it also won't change a much. Maybe some dimensions will change, but at the moment I tried to keep everything half the original, as these tires are half diameter of those used on 42114. That dump body canopy(?) should be littlebit rised, so then I could also make cabin taller, maybe. I think I need to make sizing on real hauler.
  15. As it is immediately frontpaged, what else to say.