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Wish me luck!

AndybgsiAndybgsi Herts, UKMember Posts: 9
Not built anything technical for a few years and jumping straight back in at the deep end! 


  • truck730truck730 Member Posts: 197
    You seem to have a lot of luck as it is ,this must be an out of this world build
  • M1J0EM1J0E Calgary, ABMember Posts: 362
    Working on #42078, also having not done any ‘modern’ technic.  The process is much the same as ‘normal’ system, so I’ve really enjoyed it.  Yet t the same time, it presents an interesting challenge as few of the parts overlap anymore, so the details were also unfamiliar.  Interesting!  I’d definitely do another set without shying away if it was one I wanted.  So enjoy your jump into the deep end!  WHy go halfway?
  • dmcc0dmcc0 Nae far fae AberdeenMember Posts: 638
    Built a couple of decent-sized technic sets over the last few months including #42054 Claas Xerion and #42080 Forest Harvester.  Apart from the obvious differences with parts, the only real difference I noticed was how difficult it is go back if you miss a step!

    The Xerion had a couple of parts missing (picked it up used a while back) so I built around it thinking I could go back and fix once I'd ordered replacements on BL.  Got to a point where I realised I was going to have to take the whole thing apart to get to the missing part.  Luckily I didn't go too far with it before I realised, but was still a bit of work to dismantle. 
  • AndybgsiAndybgsi Herts, UKMember Posts: 9
    So far so good with mine. I'm about 2/3 through the first instruction book. I've been so impressed with everything about it so far. Can't wait to get on with it! 
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