jrx

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  • Birthday July 30

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  1. jrx

    42112 Concrete Mixer Truck

    4 axles? Correct! :) But as far as I can count the 42008 is only 13 studs wide (plus mud guards) while the concrete mixer will be 15 studs wide.
  2. It was clearly the Osprey V22
  3. jrx

    42107 Ducati Panigale V4R

    Unfortunately not. I think it was built with. They are thin and long - same shape but with springs inside
  4. Puh! Can't tell you! If I'm guessing: V-shape but I'm absolutely not shure.
  5. jep - same as used in 42100
  6. There are two XL LA – "hood" meant the engine hood in the front. The tipper bed is moved by motor and LAs
  7. You're welcome. As written before I can't remember that there were any springs. Front and rear were able to rotate a bit. But I didn't focused on the suspension so I can't tell you more Sorry.
  8. To both sides like the curved panels Don't know if it was a hub or just a batt box. I would say same principle like with Technic Cargo Plane
  9. jrx

    Technic 2020 Set Discussion

    Sorry, but … Size: Big – Unimog or Class tires
  10. Ah ok! Thx for clarification
  11. I think it has – I was quite pleased with its look
  12. You're welcome
  13. I did a very ugly sketch. Hope you can guess what I meant – I think I'm better with building than with drawing :D (btw: why do I can't upload a small picture like this to EB???) Hard to guess. There wasn't enough time to count the exact dimensions. Very rough guess: 40 to 50 cm long, around 50 cm wide and 10 to 15 cm height.
  14. Yes, dbg and light grey as the rest of the PF and C+ motors Me too :) You're welcome :) I'm very happy to contribute something useful to EB. Yes, this one. Yes they are - and three of them are in the 42114 Don't think there was suspension. Just front and back were able to rotate. But maybe I'm wrong with my memory ...