I am working on a similar model of Sariel's Tiger XL in prep for my own designs of a few other German WW2 tanks, and need some help identifying a part or two.

Does anyone know what the two parts are on the left image that stands in for the escape hatch? One looks like a spanner, and the other one is behind it and circular.

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  • Great question! Welcome to Bricks.SE! – jncraton Oct 11 at 13:56
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First three from what we can see...

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  1. Part: 4735 Bar 1 x 3 with Clip and Stud Receptacle (Robot Arm).

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  1. Part 2958 Technic, Disk 3 x 3.

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  1. Part: 75c03 Hose, Rigid 3mm D. 3L / 2.4cm.

Last two hidden from view...

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  1. Maybe 5. Part: 85861 Plate, Round 1 x 1 with Open Stud.

I can't see, but I can imagine one maybe two stacked 1x1 round holed studs, pierced by the flex tubing to hold up the robot arm.

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No holes needed!

enter image description here Part: 4085d Plate, Modified 1 x 1 with Clip Vertical - Type 4 (thick open O clip).

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  • Great answer! That's a good call about likely having the 85861 element behind to secure it in place. It could just be held in place by the antistud on the arm, but I'm sure that Sariel designs with a lot more robustness than the MOCs that I cobble together. :) – jncraton Oct 11 at 19:04
  • True, or possibly a combination of both. Darn-it! Now I have to make another animation!:( – Rin Rio-Oki Oct 11 at 19:24
  • Awesome stuff, guys, thanks! – mkfantastico Oct 12 at 4:11

This is actually made of three parts as far as I can tell.

Technic Disk 3 x 3

Bar 1 x 3

Hose, Rigid 3mm

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