Friday, October 3, 2008

8294+8295 Official combined model

Yesterday got a tip from Martyn, who found information about LEGO official instructions for building a mini Bulldozer. It is a 'Combined model' of 8294 and 8295 sets (lets call it C-model in analogy to the usual B-models).
This should be the model, with most spare parts ever...

This is a LEGO CLUB exclusive model, announced at the 2008 Club Magazine number 4.
With clubcode "BOUWEN" you can download the instructions from, yourself (after signing in into your account).
Anyway here it is a direct link to download.

As for the frontpage instructions translation (Martyn, thanks here too) we have:


Building Instructions

This mini Bulldozer may look small, but That does not mean that it is not super strong! With It’s serious Technic construction power does it wipe streets and building areas clean.
Build the mini bulldozer with parts form 8294 Digger arm And 8295 telescopic lift

1 comment:

Alex Campos said...

What a strange little bugger! It's been years since we saw combo TECHNIC models...

I'm not one to look at a gift horse in the mouth, but wouldn't a vertical motion of the blade be more useful than a horizontal one? But it may have been because of space or parts restrictions.

But my biggest concern goes towards the tread "sprockets": those wheels appear to lay on the threads' "teeth", not their surface. They act like the 8272 Snowmobile's tread sprockets, while in my opinion they should act like its pulley wheels. On page 40 of the instructions you may see what I mean.

Finally, I'm not an expert in construction equipment, but I've never seen a civilian tracked vehicle with a steering wheel... ;)

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