Sunday, July 31, 2011

The 8110 snow plough inventory

One of our readers (Ryan) made an inventory from the 8110 snow plough - The attachment for the B-model (Snowplow). And sent it to me.
He took the images from the original inventory, at the building instructions of the main model, did some copy-paste work, et voilá! This is the reason for the low resolution images, which he naturally apologizes.



This specific inventory did not exist before and I believe it could be much useful for those willing to gather all the parts necessary to build this attachment as a supplement to the main model, without needing to buy a second complete set.
Hopefully there are no mistakes with the parts count, however if you notice something wrong, please let us know.

In case you're  looking for the instructions to build the attachment above mentioned, please refer to the links in this previous post.


Thanks Ryan!

3 comments:

21st century Cars said...

@Conchas

The Unimog is finally here!!!!!

http://shop.lego.com/en-DE/Mercedes-Benz-Unimog-U-400-8110;jsessionid=KNHY2rZOv6LGxmKrjd5h8Q**.lego-ps-4-3?c=TECHNIC-ByTheme

Daywalker said...

Is it possible to use the crane and snow plough at the same time?
Or can I use only one of them?
If it will work it would be nice to use both features in one model.

Got 2 Run said...

There are a few minor errors in the parts list. Here is the corrected image: http://n2scuba.com/temp/8110_plow_correct.jpg

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