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Online John

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I bypassed 10 wide and this 12 wide aircraft towtruck  pulls small jets easily ,I'll have to wait a few months to test it on an airliner

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12 wide!? I hope you've got the proper wide load signage on there. Nice use of the flexible hose as a towing mechanism, and great to see brick separators used in a build of course!

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It's the only kind of attachment I could find ,it pulls airambulance and private jet too. A fine tuning and a proper minifig cabin and I'll rule the runways

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Definitely gonna need a bigger tow truck, i had in retrieved stock -tail ,top nose, lots of belly sections and 3 engines so dry run for the city airport set yet to build(this will be known as the divorce set henceforth). I used all my potential wing profilers building out nose belly. Tried the 747 effect too -not overly impressed as was Wife with space and time used and "there's this much now and you've to get that other order?"

 

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