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  2. Dear suffocation, yes, I know this image, however the red differential does not have any place to place a third gear inside, please have a look: I take my word back, I just saw the place! Sorry! :)
  3. so I am on a space kick.... not fully finished - will have to adjust some things but here's start. I based it loosely on the spacecraft from 76049. The things I wanna do is give it more armaments, give it "rounder" finish on the edges. Btw, when you click on the image that will take you to an album with more pics.
  4. Idris

    Why the upper age limit???

    I agree with you, but I also agree with suffocation’s post about parents. However, specifically for LEGO Technic, the sets are extremely well thought, designed and produced. Therefore LEGO, in my opinion, has to give some age limits for the younger (0-10 years, for example, because the parents may not be that well educated etc.) or let’s say sets, which are NOT Technic. By the way, I had NO idea that the 2019 sets erased the upper age limit for Technic. (I think they thought like me). So I thank your and TeriXeri’s post for the information. That was why I exactly started this topic and got my answer. Maybe a further “touch”, would be to add an “infinite” symbol next to the lower age number. :) That said, I thank any and all of you who have contributed to this topic. It’s so good to communicate with intelligent and kind people like yourselves. Thank you and, Best Regards, Idris
  5. Yo, how's the Fastrac coming along? :) I have been searching the web for some info on ways to keep all four wheels on the ground on articulated tractors. I stumbled upon your Case HI Steiger STX 530. Impressive model! Do you happen to have any pictures of the stearing linkage/pivot mechanism on the real Steiger or a similar system?
  6. Yes, I do. It's coming below. Patience, Hippo. While I certainly will evaluate today's votes in relationship to votes on coming days, I'm not sure how much value there is. Everyone (scum AND town) likes to jump on a bandwagon on day 1 since there's so little else to go on. I was considering voting for you, Bear, but not for the "4 way" part of your talking today. And I don't think stating you're town in the same post was scummy either. I've said things like that in past adventures. Instead, I was going to do it for the retaliatory vote you made. However, I don't think anything you've done is actually lynch-worthy, and I don't want to be the 6th or 7th vote on you. Were there just a couple, I'd probably have voted Bear. Instead, I'm going to Vote: Huxley Horse since he hasn't bothered to show his face at all around here today.
  7. Robert8

    Lego City 2019 - Rumours, Speculation and Discussion

    Yeah I thought of that as well, because those hairpiece are mostly used for black characters, like Falcon or Black Phanter They are totally supposed to be african america! The afro hairpiece is really neat
  8. Lyichir

    Lego City 2019 - Rumours, Speculation and Discussion

    Wow, so we ARE getting two people packs? Neat! I LOVE the little propeller that turns the little boy's standard hat into a propeller beanie! The family on the lower left also seems, surprisingly, like they might be coded as ethnically African, what with the tight curls each of their hairpieces have. Obviously yellow-skinned minifigures are ostensibly meant to be racially neutral, and we've had certain yellow-skinned minifigures that have African features like "Afro" hairstyles before, but it's nice to see a whole family of figs that have these features despite not corresponding to a particular cultural role that necessitates those features. The Ice cream bike? also seems neat. I think it's the standard bike body but used in a new way, with the front wheel left off and an ice cream cart attached to the front instead.
  9. Vote Tally Braxton Bear: 5 (Haydn Hippo, Myrtle Monkey, Gracie Goat, Ronan Rabbit, Caldwell Crocodile) Haydn Hippo: 1 (Braxton Bear) Cleo Cow: 1 (Brewer Bunny) Brewer Bunny: 1 (Pierot Parrot) Myrtle Monkey: 1 (Leevi Lion. Whitby Walrus) With 15 players, it takes 8 votes to lynch. 24 hours remain in Day One.
  10. efferman

    Effe's MOC Corner

    The gooseneck in a short test fitting
  11. Robert8

    Lego City 2019 - Rumours, Speculation and Discussion

    People pack pics are out It does have a new bun hairpiece and a new duck mold The tiger face print is pretty neat Other than that, I find it kind of meh...
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  13. TeriXeri

    Lego City 2019 - Rumours, Speculation and Discussion

    True, it's still possible that there's a big sticker as a "default" screen like the Friends drive-in. I was mainly getting at that they do advertise the option of sliding in the phone. And possibly some app or extension of the existing powered-up app that adds some animation and sound options .
  14. Oneplus 3 and 5 On the 3 i dont know what android it is but its the latest out for it. and on the 5 is android 9 Yes regular sbrick app works on both phones. :)
  15. Aleh

    Nico71's Creations

    Great models, Nico! You did a huge job on them!
  16. I'm willing to unvote for you, because I think you're being tunnel visioned. In fact, Unvote: Braxton Bear
  17. nico71

    Nico71's Creations

    This is not a rotating cab, as soon it is publish, you will see, but as mentionned it is not a usefull function for functionning. @steph77 you are right for the functionning of the adjustable fork, this is the only way to do with the inventory, and it works fine !
  18. Lego-Freak

    LEGO 2019 Stranger Things Rumours Discussion

    Personally, I wouldn‘t mind a mixture of the first two seasons, just like they did with the Ghostbusters HQ that combined elements from the first two movies or the Hogwarts Castle that included scenes from most of the HP films Exactly. This set already is a miracle, two would be stretching it I think Either way, I can‘t wait to see what they cooked up
  19. anyone know how to get a case early?
  20. You are supposed to post model at the end of this thread From time to time an admin updates the master index at the beginning of thread. You may also submit your model on LDraw forum https://forums.ldraw.org/forum-17.html for inclusion in LDraw official model repository
  21. I’m hoping you’re right! Just purchased a full case
  22. jorgeopesi

    Nico71's Creations

    I did not know those machines but after a little search I saw them, it would be a nice function the rotating cabin.
  23. Vote Tally Braxton Bear: 6 (Haydn Hippo, Myrtle Monkey, Gracie Goat, Ronan Rabbit, Caldwell Crocodile, Ember Elephant) Haydn Hippo: 1 (Braxton Bear) Cleo Cow: 1 (Brewer Bunny) Brewer Bunny: 1 (Pierot Parrot) Myrtle Monkey: 1 (Leevi Lion. Whitby Walrus) With 15 players, it takes 8 votes to lynch. 25 hours remain in Day One.
  24. KDog

    Lego: Space - The Comic

    Drag Kings (Part 54): http://spacethecomic.com/comic/drag-kings-part-54/
  25. Ngoc Nguyen

    Nico71's Creations

    I think the last function is cab rotation because of the side mirrors in the rear. You wouldn't really use them or be able to use them unless the cabin turns around.
  26. FiliusRucilo

    [WIP] Lego monorails. [Custom Rail Systems (CRS)]

    During my easter holidays i've done some preparations for the next exhibition in June. Just a little test if the monrail yard and the modular bridge elements i've build during winter season fits for layout and trains. The complete yard has a lenght of 11 building plates wich make a last 2.81m in total. I've build 4 of these bridge elements. You can combine it to a two way brindge with 2x2 elements and a lenght of 1.5 meters or a one way brindge with al lenght of 3 meters. There exists also 4 portals to give the bridge a perfect entry. The clou of the elements is, if you detach the monrail track you can use it with regualr trains. I've used railtracks for stabilzing the construction. ;-)
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