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Old 03-17-2017, 09:30 AM
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Old 03-18-2017, 04:21 AM
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Consistantly Brilliant Milan, this is better than television.
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Old 03-18-2017, 07:56 AM
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Man, this beast is shaping up to be a beauty.
Looking at lower hull photos from 8th where torsion bars can be seen brings to mind a tank suspension video which may be of interest; is 17 minutes long.
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Tank Suspension Systems - Pros And Cons

Published on Jan 16, 2017
Tank Suspension has come a long way from the days of solid steel tracks rolling on the frame of the Mark I tank of the First World War. But today the main battle tank is utilizing a whole host of new and old suspension systems and shock absorbing systems to help keep these heavy and impressive tanks rolling across rough terrain.

No tank is invincible though and even some of the most technologically advanced suspension systems can fail. In this video we discuss SOME pros and cons of the Hydro pneumatic suspension, in particular the Hyrdogas Suspension system of the Challenger 2, and also torsional bar suspension. Both have very good features, but they both have their weaknesses.

What do you think about tank suspension? Is it time for newer systems or do you feel we are doing well with what we have?
https://youtu.be/EapY6tuvM4M
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The idiot in that video may be British, or not. He does need to learn how to use the English language. How anyone can be a native and so dis-fluent in the language makes my blood boil. Take them off the net please is my request.
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Wonderful photo!!
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Wow Milan.

Will you incorporate very small fasteners as scaled down versions and have a tank that you can remove the top from?

All that detail would be a shame to hide.
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Be careful for your back Milan, that thing will weigh a ton before it is finished. I for one will miss your Ferrari builds if that puts your back out.
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Hi, my friends.
Everything inside the tank will be visible.....Slowly interior filled....



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