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Sandvik LH209L . First of all, it's not the same loader that I have built few months ago :D . Some time after finishing LH517L I thought about building a fully remotely controlled underground loader (of course a Sandvik one), with Linear Actuators instead of pneumatics. I have chosen the LH209L because it is a smaller, low profile machine which can go where the larger LH517L cannot. Unfortunately, sometimes ideas must face reality. First version had 94mm wheels, four Power Functions motors, and other PF components. Lego bricks are not capable to carry lot of weight. Due to exceeded weight of bucket and engine part of the loader, where the PF components were placed, I was forced to give up. But I still wanted to make LH209L, so I decided to build smaller, Model Team version. End product can be seen below :) The real machine: And the model: I used fake "pneumatic" cylinders, they are strong enough to keep arm and bucket in different positions: Comparision with my Sandvik LH517L model: And a bonus picture, different projections of LH209L:


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