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 Gearbox Covers for the HL T-34

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PostSubject: Gearbox Covers for the HL T-34   Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:39 pm

Gearbox covers for the HL T-34
perhaps other tanks to you would have to make custom ones for every tank i would imagine 
made from styrene and plastic from a package
superglued together the styrene is notched out so that the cover can slip between the hull and the gearboxes it is easily removed for access to the gearbox and low enough profile for the top hull to be mounted, you may have to remove two hull mounts from the top hull to go back on correctly but i only use the two back and front screw mounts anyways to eliminate the amount of screws to put in and take out when needed to get inside the tank for any repairs

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