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Also it does RF-4C do have the thick wing as does the Hase RF-4 B kit...

June 23 2012 at 1:32 PM

Brandon  (Login Bravosierra001)
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As far as the F-4 B wing goes The first 34 RF-4Bs (BuNos 151975/151982 and 152089/153113) retained the powerplants and the basic airframe of the F-4B. However, the last twelve (BuNos 153114, 153115, and 157342/157351) were built with the wide wheels and the "thick" wing of the F-4J. So not all had the thin wing. Not to mention the wing can be thinned out in about an hour with basic modeling skills. I just did it on this build.


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