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March 14 2012 at 10:29 AM
Michael Kalbfleisch  (Login mikek92888)
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Response to New products from click2detail

Click2detail.com has some of my first products for sale on their web site. The first item is a set of sanding sticks. Ever try to to putty an ejector mark and then sand it smooth from inside a hatch or other hard to reach area. With these sanding sticks simply superglue a piece of your favorite sand paper to each end of the sanding stick and trim off the excess with a hobby knife. Now you are able to sand those hard-to-reach areas. The second item is a turret spacer ring to allow you to mount a Tamiya Sherman turret to a Tasca hull. If you have a Tamiya high bustle 75mm or a 105mm howitzer kit stashed in your closet, you can now mate it to the excellent Tasca M4A3 hull. The Tamiya 105mm howitzer turret is a particularly nice molding and would look good on the Tasca M4A3E8. (BTW a small number of 105mm howitzer M4A3E8 made it to the European theater see "AFV Photo Album" by Canfora publishing)
Test shots of the M4E9 spaced out suspension should be at my door next week and if no corrections need to be made I'll have these up on click2detail by the end of next week.

 
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  1. Availablity of E9 suspension - Marwin Albertema on Mar 20, 2012, 6:10 AM
    1. Test shots - Michael Kalbfleisch on Mar 21, 2012, 10:56 AM
    2. E9 suspension - Michael Kalbfleisch on May 8, 2012, 2:14 PM
     


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