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Old 06-29-2009, 09:10 PM
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Love those two shots, Doug! Very nice builds both! They look great together as well. Now for the important question;
If there were a novice tank builder who had both of these kits, which one would you suggest starting with? Not just for simplicity, but fit as well.
Chris
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Old 06-29-2009, 09:46 PM
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Thanks guys

Chris the tanks are similar in many ways. The 4TP is the better of the two for fit and has the simpler undercarriage. As a rooky tank builder myself they were both interesting and have tempted me to order the new WAK 7TP kit.
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Thanks, Doug. I'm hesitant to try tanks. All those round wheels. And tracks. But I keep edging nearer every time I see a build like yours or Kevin's!
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