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throwing a track

April 5 2012 at 9:26 PM
  (Login bwoll)
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when a tank 'throws' its track is is usually a more a matter of slipping off the drive wheel or off the idler? thanks Greg

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  1. Generic reference and depends... - Kent Hopper on Apr 5, 10:10 PM
  3. Thrown / Broken Track - Gregg Gaither on Apr 5, 10:51 PM
  5. Pounding Track - Anthony Sewards on Apr 6, 12:18 AM
    1. Truly blessed - Kent Hopper on Apr 6, 1:26 AM
      1. One rule is certain - Jerry Rutman on Apr 6, 9:32 AM
        1. I concur... - Kent Hopper on Apr 6, 8:25 PM
  6. Recovery - Richard Hone on Apr 6, 3:27 AM
    1. Re: Recovery - craig ellis on Apr 6, 11:08 AM
      1. Excellant track swap pic... - Kent Hopper on Apr 6, 8:29 PM
    2. Short tracks - Chris Grove on Apr 6, 6:32 PM
  7. Thrown Track - Gregg Gaither on Apr 6, 12:05 PM
    1. Ohhhhhh!!! Flashback... - Kent Hopper on Apr 6, 8:17 PM
  8. Barkmann - Eddy Willems on Apr 7, 5:55 AM

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