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Technic 2H2013
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---2H2013 sets and info---
42001 Mini Off-Roader
42005 Monster Truck
42008 Service Truck
42009 Mobile Crane MkII
42003 is reported on Brickset as being Action Race Buggy, but no information is there to confirm this. Likely it will be "The Boss", the winner of the technic challenge. Of course it could be that The Boss will have a set number in a different range. That remains to be seen...

42001: In every aspect this seems similar to the B-model of 9392. In functions it will have all wheel suspension, probably front and rear trailing arm. Not much else can be seen from the image and information available so far. It will probably be around 150 pieces.

42005: This one appears to be a red version of the 9398, but not motorized and smaller. In size it seems similar to 8081. Functions are all wheel suspension, likely live axle using the same pieces as 8110 and 9398, HOG all wheel steering, and maybe an engine. It seems to use the 81.6x38 balloon tires. This set seems to be about 600 pieces.

42008: One of the first studless green sets, this set will definately be good for people who want plenty of green panels. In size it seems similar to 8109, and in functionality similar to 9395. The wheels and tires are probably the ones from 8109, and it has 8 of them. It will feature HOG steering of the front four wheels. It has a motorized pneumatic compressor, like 8110. It appears to use a small pneumatic cylinder to life the fork in the back, and likely a large one for movement of the boom. The winch may be manual, or perhaps there will be a gearbox to motorize it. This set will have about 1100 pieces.

42009: This set has been said to be the largest technic set ever...that seems accurate. It has one more axle than 8421, which only had four, so it will be a good amount bigger. And at almost 1900 pieces, 8421 was already the second biggest technic set ever...Due to the "Mk II" in the title, it seems that this set was also designed by Markus Kossman. Seems accurate as well due to the smooth styling, gearbox, and that it is a mobile crane (his third, I believe). It uses an H-shaped gearbox, like 8070, to control four motorized functions, controlled by the large motor released in 9398. These functions seem to be moving winch, lifting boom, extending of the boom, and stabilizers similar to 8258, but completely motorized (apparently they feature a new extending axle). The gearbox, motor, and battery box are likely on the superstructure. Eight wheel steering (front four and back four wheels) also seems to be present. Pivoting of the superstructure remains to be seen. On the box image, some arrows seem to be there, so it can pivot, but it is unclear whether this is manual, like 8421. Hopefully it is controlled via a worm gear instead. According to rumors, this set has over 2200 pieces.
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| January 29, 2013, 1:48 pm
Quoting Halhi 141
---2H2013 sets and info---
42001 Mini Off-Roader
42005 Monster Truck
42008 Service Truck
42009 Mobile Crane MkII
42003 is reported on Brickset as being Action Race Buggy, but no information is there to confirm this. Likely it will be "The Boss", the winner of the technic challenge. Of course it could be that The Boss will have a set number in a different range. That remains to be seen...

42001: In every aspect this seems similar to the B-model of 9392. In functions it will have all wheel suspension, probably front and rear trailing arm. Not much else can be seen from the image and information available so far. It will probably be around 150 pieces.

42005: This one appears to be a red version of the 9398, but not motorized and smaller. In size it seems similar to 8081. Functions are all wheel suspension, likely live axle using the same pieces as 8110 and 9398, HOG all wheel steering, and maybe an engine. It seems to use the 81.6x38 balloon tires. This set seems to be about 600 pieces.

42008: One of the first studless green sets, this set will definately be good for people who want plenty of green panels. In size it seems similar to 8109, and in functionality similar to 9395. The wheels and tires are probably the ones from 8109, and it has 8 of them. It will feature HOG steering of the front four wheels. It has a motorized pneumatic compressor, like 8110. It appears to use a small pneumatic cylinder to life the fork in the back, and likely a large one for movement of the boom. The winch may be manual, or perhaps there will be a gearbox to motorize it. This set will have about 1100 pieces.

42009: This set has been said to be the largest technic set ever...that seems accurate. It has one more axle than 8421, which only had four, so it will be a good amount bigger. And at almost 1900 pieces, 8421 was already the second biggest technic set ever...Due to the "Mk II" in the title, it seems that this set was also designed by Markus Kossman. Seems accurate as well due to the smooth styling, gearbox, and that it is a mobile crane (his third, I believe). It uses an H-shaped gearbox, like 8070, to control four motorized functions, controlled by the large motor released in 9398. These functions seem to be moving winch, lifting boom, extending of the boom, and stabilizers similar to 8258, but completely motorized (apparently they feature a new extending axle). The gearbox, motor, and battery box are likely on the superstructure. Eight wheel steering (front four and back four wheels) also seems to be present. Pivoting of the superstructure remains to be seen. On the box image, some arrows seem to be there, so it can pivot, but it is unclear whether this is manual, like 8421. Hopefully it is controlled via a worm gear instead. According to rumors, this set has over 2200 pieces.


Very Good Info! Where can I find pictures of these?
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| January 30, 2013, 7:49 am
Wow! A mix from the 8070 and the 8421? Great imagination from the lego technic team.
Are you sure the functions of the 42009 will be just like 8070, I mean looking like a gearbox?
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| January 30, 2013, 9:37 am
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Quoting Technic Man
Wow! A mix from the 8070 and the 8421? Great imagination from the lego technic team.
Are you sure the functions of the 42009 will be just like 8070, I mean looking like a gearbox?

Just the shape of the gearbox, as in the H format. The functions are more similar to 8421.
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| January 30, 2013, 9:46 am
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Quoting Alex B

Very Good Info! Where can I find pictures of these?

For some reason the 42001 and 42005 pictures don't work. I'll update them... The others should work.
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| January 30, 2013, 10:13 am
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