Monday, October 15, 2007

Instructions for 8275 alternate model

LEGO published a PDF with alternate instructions for the great 8275 (Buldozer in the main model).
A great addition to Bulldozer and Power Functions fans!

You can download them here.



Also, LEGO did publish before a patch to fix a problem, many builders found building their Bulldozer.

Some have had problems with front blade and back ripper not being able to function properly.
The problem is in alignment of a cross-axle that must be aligned accurately.

Find it in your language, here.

3 comments:

avcampos said...

Yay, at last! The hard part is done, now all that is left is to buy an 8275... ;)

Although this alternate model looks quite simplistic when compared to the main one, I like its looks a lot: triangular tracks, claw in front... very robotic! All it needs is an RCX (or an NXT with IR Link, but then the colour scheme would get ruined) to control the motors, and presto, instant robot!

Adam said...

The link to the PDF file is no longer active. Does anyone have a PDF file or working link I can follow to build this alternate?

Conchas said...

@Adam,

I've updated the links in the post, with the actual links at LEGO.com.
Thanks for let us know, the previous links were not valid anymore.

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