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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. jrx

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    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. jrx

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    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. jrx

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    You're welcome
  13. jrx

    42113 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

    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.