Still not the bottom side view, but much better than that!
Awesome set, awesome design, awesome new parts (with a few remarks... to discuss below).
The core of the chassis and Marcos Bessa (LEGO Designer) building the 8110 Unimog.
Tons of pictures here.
As for the new parts, everything became now clear of course.
- No 'Axle 11'... a terrible evaluation mistake since the beginning. In the end, it was an 'Axle 9' plus a 'Technic pin long with stop bush'.
- No C-frame, at least as a standalone part.
So, we got seven different new parts:
- Pneumatic nozzle (PPTO)
- Torque tube (outer joint)
- Torque tube (inner joint)
This one comes attached to a kind of C-frame. It is a petty because a standalone C-frame would be much appreciated. Even if not 100% sturdy, it looks this could have been designed as two separate parts, one (the ball joint) with pin attachments.
Now it only rests to take a saw and start cutting them in series...
- Portal axle gearbox
- Steering hub (new design to fit with the new portal gearbox)
- 9.5L shock absorber (Extra stiff)
- New tire (94,3 x 38R)
Unless I became color blind, it looks the small pneumatic pump is now being produced in a new color (LBG).
I would advocate that all other pneumatic cylinders were also produced in the same color.
There is no such thing like a pneumatic dump bed, unlike one information that previously raised, but in alternative we got a cabin that opens to give access to the underneath motor for maintenance work.