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November 9 2004 at 10:36 AM
Phil Radley  (no login)
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Response to Yes perfect!

glad it helps. apparantly, these track extenders are NOT where they should be! they are in a bunch or a group, whereas they should be arranged regularly around the track. presumably the tank commanders were given standing orders or a booklet or something that said something like 'every 6th link, put on an extender'. but i've got other pictures where they are arranged randomly.

i'm thinking that if i wanted to get my tank unstuck and i was under fire, i probably wouldn't be reading the manual and counting track links!

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  1. Under Fire - Mike Cooper on Nov 10, 2004, 4:33 AM

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