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Posted: Friday, August 02, 2019 9:12:12 AM

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That Kato looks very smart. Wished I had bought one now!

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The bowing on the WSI outriggers is extremely bad and unsightly - do you think it would be possible to solve the problem with some shims of styrene or similar?

Otherwise, the cranes look very nice indeed.
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Posted: Tuesday, August 27, 2019 6:19:51 AM

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Davie82 wrote:
The bowing on the WSI outriggers is extremely bad and unsightly - do you think it would be possible to solve the problem with some shims of styrene or similar?

Otherwise, the cranes look very nice indeed.


Yes, insert some shims or do not lift it off the tyres are two options. This issue seems variable across models.


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Posted: Monday, September 02, 2019 8:28:52 AM

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What a superb model by Sunraise. I'm not a collector of road machines like this, so would be very interested to see Sunraise focus on a mining shovel, wheel loader or a big dump truck (or all three) - they would surely make a great job.
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Posted: Monday, September 09, 2019 6:46:53 AM

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Jamiescotland wrote:
What a superb model by Sunraise. I'm not a collector of road machines like this, so would be very interested to see Sunraise focus on a mining shovel, wheel loader or a big dump truck (or all three) - they would surely make a great job.


I believe Sunraise made CCM's 6060 and Yagao's XCMG XE7000.

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