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Armour Track Models plastic links

July 31 2003 at 4:33 PM
Kevin Weiler  (no login)
from IP address 68.15.27.139

Hi guys,

I'm using these new plastic tracks (T-66) on a Sherman M4A3E8. They seem nice enough; however, have any of you figured out a quick and easy method of de-burring the links? Some type of jig or something?

I can do about 10 Friul links (drilling out the holes, de-burring, cutting the pins, connecting, trimming and glueing ends) in about 10 minutes. These Armour Track links take at least 3x this, all because each link has five nasty little burrs.

It doesn't seem to take you guys long to figure out the quickest way of doing things....can you give me some help regarding these little beasties???

Thank you!



 
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