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251 ausf D rear doors

May 31 2017 at 10:52 AM
Tom_Rigg  (Login Tom_Rigg)
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Could the rear doors on 251s (and 250s) be latched open against the rear wall (180 degrees) or just gravity inspired 90 degrees?
Tom

 
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Andrew deeley
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Re: 251 ausf D rear doors

May 31 2017, 11:04 AM 

Interesting question.

Looking at my refs on the 251 Ausf D I can't see any locking mechanism neither have I seen any photos of them held back on the rear wall. So just gravity. Think the same for the 250 also.

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Andrew

 
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Tom_Rigg
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Re: 251 ausf D rear doors

May 31 2017, 12:07 PM 

Thanks, Andrew
That confirms what I've been thinking
Tom

 
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Paul Krylowski
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250 ausf a

June 8 2017, 9:19 PM 

Tom,
I am currently working on an ausf a and the only thing I see is a stop on the top hinge so the door could open so far but no lock

Paul

 
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