Saturday, May 21, 2011

8081 Building Instructions, available online

While ago building instructions for 8081 Extreme Cruiser, both main and secondary models, have been published at

Below you have the direct links to download all the instruction books,

Have a nice building!


NeXT-Generation said...

A complete letdown for me. I was hoping to have a cheap set with good suspension elements. *sigh* Guess I'll just have to get the Unimog ;)

Ulf Andersson said...

Thanks Conchas!

Building instructions are always
appreciated - even if you don´t
like the model/set.

Anonymous said...

I read Book 1 of the main model and it seemed the piston heads were lime but this book is just quite poor quality. The piston heads in this set are actually yellow. Phew! It's good to see a set with four small suspension again instead of just three.

Anonymous said...

Actually this set has only three suspensions.

Mortymore said...

The instructions booklet has been worst as time goes by. The quality of the images has been so terrible lately that its really hard to recognize some of them, and in this booklet they even care to mark the sizes of axles and beams.

Thanks for the links anyway.

Wiseman_2 said...

The quality of the manuals is definitely declining... that the part call outs are missing parts is pretty bad.

Also, the build doesn't look so bad, but it's still too simple for my tastes. However, it will be a great set for Technic newbies.

Efferman said...

i have the printed manual and the pistons are Yellow in it.the wrong coulor is only a digital problem. but why need a small model like this three instruction booklets?

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