Originally Posted by Strato50
Using the reclocked holes works very well. Just remember there is a limit to how far they will go; if you go too far when the spring coils up it will jam against the suspension arm and it will get stuck..!
Don't ask how I know...
Also you can experiment with clocking the first and last suspension only so that the middle wheels move more with uneven ground, while the front & rear hold more weight. You might notice the tank drives better
Yes you are right with the first and last, I tried with the M45 I'm building and work smoothly and realistic.
I will not ask how you know....that. I have a closet plenty of models that didn't get and ashamed me LOL LOL
By the way I'm pretty surprised of the good the KV-1 and Jadg are. Having in account I got the full options, including the IR receiver and paid US$179 they were a good deal. Metal anywhere, good quality plastic with outstanding details, I think that working a little on the gearboxes, barrel recoil and adding some PE, good light and a good painting weathering already you would get a fantastic and massive tank model. I love Tamiya but my wallet ( paying 50% tax also) said no more.