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  1. I’m going to throw my two cents worth in, the mini Claas Xerion’s b model is pretty bad. All you need to do is look at some of the alternates on Rebrickable to see how much better those parts can be used.
  2. Ok thanks I will have a look
  3. Does anyone know of an LPE with instructions that uses 1 v2 small pneumatic cylinder? It doesn’t matter whether it is switched or switchless the only criteria is that it has unmodified pneumatic parts. I would try and build one myself but I’m not very good with working out my own pneumatic systems
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    Kenworth K100

    Update: finished chassis rails, added rear axles. Middle axle with smaller wheels has remote lift Kenworth K100 WIP 4 by Grant Laughton, on Flickr
  5. Personally I would try to make a heavy duty articulated tracked crane but some technic knowledge would be needed I think. Or you could try building something like this little truck climbing steep hill by all-track, on Flickr P.S here is the Flickr album in case you want to have some reference photos:https://flic.kr/s/aHsjC71sH9
  6. Ok thank you for all of your suggestions, I will have a go at maybe trying to build some hubcaps for those wheels
  7. Hello eurobricks! I am wondering if anyone knows of a place to buy or custom make some wheels like these to fit 62.4x20 tires? 1990 Peterbilt 375 by Dick Copello, on Flickr
  8. Is there any chance of a photo for the front wheels? They look just like what I need for my small flatbed truck I want to build. P.S it kind of reminds me of an airport fire truck :)
  9. This is my first attempt at a technic alternate model Functions: articulated HOG steering; elevating dozer blade and working single cylinder fake engine. LEGO 42035 B model underground wheel dozer by Grant Laughton, on Flickr LEGO 42035 B model underground wheel dozer by Grant Laughton, on Flickr although I couldn’t get enough friction to hold the blade in the “up” position.
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    Kenworth K100

    Ok I will definitely have a look at that. Thanks
  11. This is my first attempt at a roughly 1:15 scale truck in studfull design. Still WIP any ideas or criticism is welcome Kenworth K100 WIP 3 by Grant Laughton, on Flickr I am aiming to build something like this Western Star COE car carrier, AADA #14 by Dick Copello, on Flickr