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Re: My experience with WWIIP and AFV tracks. PzIVD progress

March 1 2010 at 4:52 PM
David Morris  (Login Dave_Morris)
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Response to My experience with WWIIP and AFV tracks. PzIVD progress

The dimples that allow the WWII production tracks to "click" together are only an aid to assembly, the tracks are not intended to be workable. If you require flexibility you will have to go for Fruilmodel metal tracks.

Gregs method for assembling Bill`s tracks is the the easiest and is the one i use.
If you are struggling with Panzer IV tracks, try putting a set of Bill`s 1/48th Sd.Kfz 251 tracks together, that can test the patience of a saint!

 
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