RussianGuy

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  1. RussianGuy

    42100 Liebherr R9800 Excavator

    I don't want to be exceedingly nitpicky, but 125/7 is closer to 17.857 :)
  2. RussianGuy

    42100 Liebherr R9800 Excavator

    Not really, 42055 had 112 :)
  3. RussianGuy

    42098 - Car Transporter

    The official catalog was already available https://catalogs.lego.com/brandCatalog/2HY2019/we/nl/
  4. RussianGuy

    42100 Liebherr R9800 Excavator

    Great photo! After this, the only strange thing for me is lack of the new biscuit connector
  5. RussianGuy

    instructions being deleted?

    The links from rebrickable point to google photos, not google plus. I don't think google photos will shutdown anytime soon
  6. RussianGuy

    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    I am no expert, but I think it has come up with such a battery. It's called 18560.
  7. RussianGuy

    42100 Liebherr R9800 Excavator

    What about this 11x7 frame, can it be seen on the video?
  8. RussianGuy

    Reverse engineering of MOC's

    You are doing the good thing, please continue (if you feel like :) You are reviving creations which would be lost otherwise
  9. RussianGuy

    42094 Tracked Loader

    You're right, that's more probable
  10. RussianGuy

    Mid-Scale Five-Axle Mobile Crane

    Maybe the best model I have seen here. Will you post photo sequence or lxf? I will build it even if I have to bricklink parts
  11. RussianGuy

    42082 - Rough Terrain Crane

    Is it confirmed that this crane is also designed by Markus Kossmann? Does the second panel have MK sticker?
  12. RussianGuy

    Luffing crane - a perfect fit to 42078

    My main rope, the one that goes to the big drum made of two pulley wheels, has just torn. And I must say it is a huge pain to do the thread routing! Did you use some special kind of reinforced thread? I am using a simple sewing thread.
  13. RussianGuy

    Luffing crane - a perfect fit to 42078

    As for mistakes in LDD file, there was only one significant mistake. 8L axle with stop should be replaced with 9L axle here Also, there were several missing pins and some pins of a wrong type and some pins with no apparent purpose, for instance, inside the gearbox. It is hard to keep track of all of them :) I added one 3x11 panel to the top of the gearbox, I guess it is supposed to go there, there is a row of black pins for it and it is the last panel from 42055.
  14. RussianGuy

    Luffing crane - a perfect fit to 42078

    Hello! I just finished building your wonderful crane. It is really impressive. I did not fully understand its true dimensions from the pictures. It is so huge I can freely drive my 42030 Volvo under it. The rubber tire engagement mechanism is genius and I like the gearbox, the diagonal axle trick is interesting. I love how modular the crane is, it is a pleasure to connect big parts with “pins with stop bushes”, it feels almost like an official set. I hope someone takes advantage of that in the instructions. Unfortunately, the actual functions work poorly. The need to constantly apply pressure kinda kills the pleasure and the tire slips nevertheless, making the movement not steady (it is really slow anyway). I understand that there is a lot of friction in the gearbox. The top two clutches are not fixed (old school solution) and constantly get in the way when you don’t want them to, making the friction worse. The fact that these gears are not synchronized does not help either. The lowermost block with 24 tooth gear is not attached firmly enough. I had to put the blue axle pins or even the 4L axle back in place many times, they are easily kicked out when the movement is blocked down the drivetrain. This mostly happens with boom lifting, not with the rope-driven parts. Maybe there was some solution and I missed it? The upper part of the diagonal axle construction can be easily misaligned. The two 4L axles which hold two halves of superstructure together are highly stressed and also tend to fall off. I connected them with two axle joiners and an axle which helps somewhat. Maybe that part needs more strengthening? The universal joint has slipped off its 4L axle one or two times under load. I think two t-shaped beams interfere with engagement of the clutch responsible for boom lifting. The other three are noticeably easier to move.