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    I think the sturm tiger one is very similar. The...

    I think the sturm tiger one is very similar. The Elefant one is really good and has mounts for recoil elevation and traverse servos.

    Max, yes I did, but be prepared to wait a little time for email...
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    If you ask asiatam nicely Martin they will...

    If you ask asiatam nicely Martin they will provide them separately
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    Because the Tamiya tiger has a perfectly good...

    Because the Tamiya tiger has a perfectly good idler adjuster out of the box.
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    I just use CA. Tried plastic cement on my t55 and...

    I just use CA. Tried plastic cement on my t55 and hated it. No issue with using your fingers to hold parts, I've never used a pair of tweezers and I have done a fair bit of photo etch.

    Regarding...
  5. It's across the pond but I might be up for it!

    It's across the pond but I might be up for it!
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    Ah yeah, it's a shame you can't get the bits any...

    Ah yeah, it's a shame you can't get the bits any more, I managed to get the last Jerry can holders off axels but no travel lock etc and axles has said they won't be making any more :(
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    where did you get the schumo bits? And do they...

    where did you get the schumo bits? And do they have any more?!?
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    My advice is to use the mato rotation unit and...

    My advice is to use the mato rotation unit and turret ring. What m51 components have you managed to get?
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    The correct tension is the one which stops the...

    The correct tension is the one which stops the tracks coming off during turns. I would say the second one is best as MBT don't really have much slack and also once you put it on its tracks this will...
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    I had a look at the web store and the eBay store...

    I had a look at the web store and the eBay store and both have tank stuff on.
  11. For such a tiny misignment there's no harm in the...

    For such a tiny misignment there's no harm in the slight realignment required. If it was really bent out of shap I would agree but as the pinion looks to be 2/3mm out of place it's not an issue.
  12. Heres a free solution, get some pliers, bend the...

    Heres a free solution, get some pliers, bend the casing the couple of degrees its out of square and save yourself this head ache. Whilst I appresciate what your saying it seems like going down this...
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    If you can get a second hand Tamiya sherman...

    If you can get a second hand Tamiya sherman cheaply it's not so bad, I think the total parts cost is about 400. I've got everything required to do another but I'm thinking of going down the early...
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    Hey Ausf, sorry if that last part sounded a bit...

    Hey Ausf, sorry if that last part sounded a bit brusque! I'm guilty of typing and not looking how it reads.

    Im really looking forward to see what Guido does as aside from this its a great kit and...
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    You wouldn't say that if you saw the state its...

    You wouldn't say that if you saw the state its in!! I'll have to post some pictures later
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    Shoooooot, they know where I live!!

    Shoooooot, they know where I live!!
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    Well I didn't think anyone would notice! I've...

    Well I didn't think anyone would notice! I've also tried to represent the crew touching up markings where chipping had occurred.

    Thanks to everyone for the kind words!
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    Tamiya M50 sherman completed (show off!)

    Hey folks, I've finally finished her, there is a build thread here:


    https://www.rctankwarfare.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=14021


    I've gone for a period Sinai grey which is 50/50 tamiya...
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    The hull was bent back true prior to the show...

    The hull was bent back true prior to the show weekend, this is the result of two days running on grass. Look forward to seeing how guido solves this! FYI tank has never been dropped or abused.
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    Around the idler mount on the less supported bit...

    Around the idler mount on the less supported bit of the chassis tub that sticks forward
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    Brilliant video! She seems to cope off road with...

    Brilliant video! She seems to cope off road with ease. Guess I'll be selling another tank to find one :D
  22. Also make sure none of the bulbs are damaged or...

    Also make sure none of the bulbs are damaged or the circuit broken and it seems to be in series and any breaks will stop it working
  23. I would get a multi meter, it will be very useful...

    I would get a multi meter, it will be very useful for other things, you should be able to find out when you have one!

    (I assumed 7.4 but I'm not 100%).
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    Hi Rich, I've kept the plastic ones because I've...

    Hi Rich, I've kept the plastic ones because I've found them to hold up far better than brass sheet ones. On my m51 I've had no issues.
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    They are but they're off for painting now so I'll...

    They are but they're off for painting now so I'll put them on the right way
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