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PostSubject: Pz IV L70 V   Pz IV L70 V Icon_minitimeSat Dec 03, 2016 12:20 pm

Work in progress. Kits from Dean, primer on the upper, still waiting for metal swing arms before priming the lower.

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NICE!

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PostSubject: Re: Pz IV L70 V   Pz IV L70 V Icon_minitimeSat Dec 03, 2016 10:00 pm

Mucho sexy. What wheels are those? I remember ordering a set of... heck I can't remember, Mato?... panzer IV wheels and the fit was AWFUL, like almost a full 1/4" out of line with the drive sprocket & idler... had no idea why Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Pz IV L70 V   Pz IV L70 V Icon_minitimeSun Dec 04, 2016 12:03 am

Thanks guys....... Jordan, funny you mentioned that. I was just telling Dean how I have to remove about 2.5mm from the transmission cover so that the sprocket won't bound to it when tightening onto the drive shaft, an another 2mm off the idler mount so that the idler would be inline with the boggies. The thing is that the boggies, tracks, sprockets and idlers are all from Mato, so the problem clearly is between Heng Long chassis and Mato parts.

Don't really know why. Is not like Mato makes their own PzIV, so the parts should work with Heng Long. I have a feeling that Heng Long had different versions of their chassis and Mato was only design to work with one type of them. I am pretty sure Heng Long changed their chassis between the PZ IV D and the F2.
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Yea it seems you got the same set I did way back. I have NO idea how or why they keep making it that way, it really does NOT fit the HL chassis. I gave up and they're sitting in a box somewhere, haven't seen them in years. It really pissed me off  Suspect

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