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The problem is...

May 29 2012 at 4:58 AM
Erich Christ  (Login trex10)
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Response to Sd.Kfz 222 Steering

... that both Tristar and even Bronco´s Sdkfz 221 are wrong with their rear steering system.
Both modelproducers shows the Horch chassis 801, where the rear steering linkeage is behind the rear axle, below the oil cup.
In fact they have reproduced the rear steering of the later, reinforced Horch chassis 801V(verstärkt = reinforced) put in production in May 1942, where the rear steering linkeage is in front of the rear axle. So probably thats the reason why it dont works properly.

I am just collecting all technical datas to start with the Tristar and Bronco Sdkfz 221, so have not yet checked this detail about the wrong steering angle.


 
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