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Myggen
Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:04:18 PM
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Had to remove some other cranes to get space for that beast, damn its big!!!



Here togheter with some other of my cranes, looks pretty good :D



But But But damn, the back cable drum are wasted, it cant spin around :O! i had to use a knife to cut off the wires of the drum so see if anything was stuck downthere, but im not sure what the problem is, BUT, i know i need to replace the pin that holds it because that brake off when i turned too hard on the screwdriver thing you use to spin it around, damn!!! :(




I guess i need to contact NZG about this problem, i really hope i can get a new cabledrum, but i just wonder how to replace it :S

Anyway, im wondering where these on the picture belong, any1 having a idea?

AlvinB
Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:13:43 PM

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Are my eyes playing tricks on me, or are the tracks on that 8800 upside down?

The beatings will continue until Morale improves......
Cat 966f
Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:16:12 PM

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Nice ltm11200, hopefully NZG will get back to you..That 8800 looks awesome with that boom setup!

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Paul R
Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:16:49 PM

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AlvinB wrote:
Are my eyes playing tricks on me, or are the tracks on that 8800 upside down?


Definitely upside down! Never seen the CC8800 in that configuration before Wink

Paul R
Martin J.
Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:25:38 PM

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Paul R wrote:
AlvinB wrote:
Are my eyes playing tricks on me, or are the tracks on that 8800 upside down?


Definitely upside down! Never seen the CC8800 in that configuration before Wink

Paul R


Its the CC8800 Swamp Version Teeth it does look very good though, both of them.


Engineering; Its all STRESS and not just Force over Area!
DeWoc19
Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:38:07 PM

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yeah i was going to say that those tracks are totally wrong and upside down
A I Nikolis
Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:59:35 PM

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It really sucks that you can't buy an expensive model without failures. But well, contact NZG and get a new one.

Martin J. wrote:

Its the CC8800 Swamp Version Teeth


You made me laugh for a minute when I read thatTeeth But after looking at the crawler connections in the PDF, I honestly think it is actually possible to attach them upside down even on the real crane.

//Alexander
Myggen
Posted: Friday, August 13, 2010 6:17:03 PM
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Martin J. wrote:

Its the CC8800 Swamp Version Teeth it does look very good though, both of them.


You got close :D, we call it a Kampf Kran (war crane), every army needs one! for carrying brigdes for crossing rivers and such, and the fact the real verison can be over 200 meters high makes it ideal for sniping and survilance missions, everyone knows that if you just paint it in camoflage colors no one will ever notice it in the landscape, haha!

To the more serious facts: well, we (me and some friends) was having some fun with turning em upside down when we was putting it togheter, and it just stayed that way, it fits perfectly both ways :P
But, we agreed that i should have one more cc8800 and paint it in camoflage colors, dessert or suburban camo, could be a fun little project.
M.H.W. Smits
Posted: Saturday, August 14, 2010 11:27:17 AM

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Well, everybody seems to have been so busy with the upside down crawlers of your CC they totally forgot to answer your question: those red parts are spare. Another pair of them is fitted at the front of the main boom section, where the boom outriggers attach.

Martijn

Myggen
Posted: Saturday, August 14, 2010 2:42:15 PM
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M.H.W. Smits wrote:
Well, everybody seems to have been so busy with the upside down crawlers of your CC they totally forgot to answer your question.


haha yea, and thx for your answer Smiley
Kristoffer
Posted: Sunday, August 15, 2010 6:55:53 AM
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Det ser godt ud - men selvfølgelig lidt ærgeligt, at spillet gik i stykker...
Myggen
Posted: Sunday, August 15, 2010 10:23:14 PM
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Kristoffer wrote:
Det ser godt ud - men selvfølgelig lidt ærgeligt, at spillet gik i stykker...


Cool, more ppl from Denmark :D and thx for the comment.
Are you a collector also, or do you just hang around the forum? Smiley
Kristoffer
Posted: Monday, August 16, 2010 4:21:57 AM
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I'm not a 1:50 collector - although I have just ordered the Torben Rafn Volvo FH700 XXL from LTM.

I'm more a 1:1 guy - I'm the webmaster of the CraneList, and I am working on a book about the mobile cranes from Liebherr.
I'm a little active in the 1:24 scale, where I'm building the Scania Longline with MWT from Give Sværgods.
Myggen
Posted: Thursday, August 19, 2010 10:38:47 AM
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Kristoffer wrote:
I'm not a 1:50 collector - although I have just ordered the Torben Rafn Volvo FH700 XXL from LTM.

I'm more a 1:1 guy - I'm the webmaster of the CraneList, and I am working on a book about the mobile cranes from Liebherr.
I'm a little active in the 1:24 scale, where I'm building the Scania Longline with MWT from Give Sværgods.


Im sry for the late reply back.
But hey, that 1/24 truck looks damn cool and very fun to build and paint, where did you get this stuff? and what is it made off?
ANd i also know about www.kranliste.dk, been looking at it alot, its a great site :D
Kristoffer
Posted: Tuesday, August 24, 2010 6:03:04 PM
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The MWT is made out of CNC milled plastic. The truck is a standard Scania-plastic-kit, with some extra parts made of resin. The Longline-conversion is made of resin.

Italeri makes the 4x2 Scania, and MAD Modellbau from Germany has made the conversion to 8x4. The Longline conversion is from KFS from England.
The MWT is from MAD Modellbau, but AFAIK they're out of business, and the kits are no longer availiable.
Rick B
Posted: Tuesday, August 24, 2010 8:09:09 PM
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DeWoc19
Posted: Tuesday, August 24, 2010 8:35:01 PM

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LOL, its a swamp version of the CC8800 with ultra heavy lift boom
Myggen
Posted: Wednesday, February 16, 2011 2:17:27 PM
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Myggen wrote:




Damn, i lost the mail to the person to contact about spareparts at NZG.
Anyone who have a good email to write to?
I got no reply on my other mail i send long time ago, and now when i remember it, i wanna try again.
Paul R
Posted: Wednesday, February 16, 2011 3:10:16 PM

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Try Agnes Surma: surma*at*nzg.de

I was looked after very well.

Paul R
Myggen
Posted: Wednesday, February 16, 2011 3:34:57 PM
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Paul R wrote:
Try Agnes Surma: surma*at*nzg.de
I was looked after very well.
Paul R


Thank you, i will try that tomorrow, to tired now.
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