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Tiger one question

July 11 2012 at 5:33 AM
  (Login pvk308)
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from IP address 58.173.177.69

Hi guys just curious and wonder if you can help me. I am currently looking at doing the tiger Fgst.Nr.V1 from the Dragon kit 6600. I have managed to track down the Vorpanzer front plate so no dramas there however, it could be my eyes playing tricks on me in regards to the front drive sprocket. The hub face looks flat to me not the usual domed face seen on the early tigers am i correct or not. Models i have seen portray the domed surface but i have read some where (cant for the life of me remember where) that it was a reverse dimpled surface.... not sure what that means. Lastly what fruil tracks would be good to go with this kit, am i looking at the mirrored tracks or just the normal tracks for this first version. Thanks in advance

 
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  1. Some photos - Dave Coyne on Jul 11, 1:14 PM
    1. Looks like this one.. - David Byrden on Jul 11, 2:54 PM
     
  2. Re: Tiger one question - Stephen Munton on Jul 11, 5:17 PM
    1. V1 details... - David Byrden on Jul 11, 7:03 PM
      1. Thanks again - Stephen Munton on Jul 11, 7:29 PM
        1. Re: Thanks again - Stephen Munton on Jul 11, 8:26 PM
     


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