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Maybe it was just the German way.

June 3 2017 at 10:24 AM
Stephen Tegner  (Login sategner)
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Response to Planetary final drives

I don't really know the answer, Germans always over engineer everything and perhaps it was a matter of pride to not divert from specific engineering norms. I know that they were very dogmatic about silly things sometimes, like sending a tank back to the factory because the leather of the drivers seat wasn't the correct spec. I kid you not.

Regards
Steve


 
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