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Lego 8421 Technic Mobile Crane &
The axles for the outriggers are extended to the front side of the truck. I consider myself an experienced Technic builder, but this behemoth took me a solid day to complete.
Two 15L beams is the base for the lgeo cabin. Two strings with studs are attached on the far side of the secondary boom. The battery box serves as a counterweight in this set. Crane finished, now all that remains is the hook.
Finished the base, it’s quite big. Two double-bent liftarms keeps the axle in place. Rear set of outriggers are placed, along with an extension of the HOG axle.
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Thanks for the review! You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Jurgens Zorex is in there too Same setup on the other side. In comparison, the has steps for its pieces, giving a ratio of 3 pieces per step. It landed 3m down and was still mostly OK: Four out of five axles are steered in this model. I see you used the original one, is that all the time or just for the review?
It also took me 4 hours to disassemble for this review: In a lot of ways, this is actually kind of similar to the Unimog. The cabin added to superstructure along with the front lights. It also prevents this crane from lifting anything weighing more than a few grams. I’ll give it an overall score of 8. Already have an account? Next is the outriggers- Two sets are made and placed in front and back.
A “Black Bionicle Bohrok Shoulder” is used to keep the top and bottom from falling apart. In addition, I add in pneumatic tubes to close off the circuit the set already comes with an extra t-pieceto smoothen the descent of the crane arm. Is that the one you throw it off when to disassemble sets? And this thread is 3 years old! I’m not looking to acquire aftermarket sticker as well not worth.
It’s a great set, and one of lsgo few sets of the last decade that contained some studded parts. These four are the attaching pins for the Crane superstructure.
LEGO Mobile Crane
Next 8241 the sides, which do not open in this model. I have many parts sorted into compartment’s Lfgo base of the turntable consists of beams and “Pin Connector Perpendicular 3L with 4 Pins”, and is locked by some 15L beams. It’s a great set and one of the first with a 3 piece boom. The pneumatic lifting of the boom is original, but doesn’t work as well as you’d suspect, as the air leaks lowers the boom over the cause of a few minutes.
The instructions are a whooping pages long, containing steps.
Rear controls for outriggers and steering placed, here you can see how wide the truck is. These knobwheels are later levo to the outriggers. And then some bricks in the front. The gear rack for the secondary boom is added. I saw another thread for buying bead string to use with lego contraptions, but I didn’t buy any.
The special parts, containing motor, battery box, pneumatic cylinderspump and switch. The seconday boom is next. Next is making some wheelbases. The front fender is placed. These gears will control steering and outriggers from the back of the truck. Another gear rack is made to extend the driveshaft and steering rack.
Here it is in place: A turntable is placed underneath, and locked with a 15L beam. It’s connected to the driveshaft differential via a 16T clutch gear.
The winch axle has a clutch gear on it to prevent the motor from stalling. Note the 8T gear above the worm screw.