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Oh, I forgot....

June 11 2017 at 11:05 AM
Per Sonnervik  (Login pansarsoldat)
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Response to Tiger II 008 Befehlspanzer or not

...that the bracket for the extension rods was deleted during autumn 1944. Early command versions with the three rods 1,25 m (stowed inside behind the driver) had this bracket, see Kubinka vehicle. Later version with the six "Verlängerungstab" 0,7 m and the "Stützkorb für Antennenfuss" (see Panzer tracts No.5-3) didn´t need this bracket as these extension rods were mounted directly on the antenna with the support of the "Stützkorb". One can safely say that 008 is a command version.


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  1. Thanks Per - David Coyne on Jun 11, 2017, 11:41 AM

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