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Old 03-01-2008, 01:10 PM
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Question About Tamiya's 1/35 Stug III ausf B !

Hi Guys,
I am currently building Tamiya's 1/35 Stug III ausf B OOB , but i have a question about the suspension .

I seem to remember reading a post on missing lynx(can't seem to find it)a while back that stated that if you used the static suspension arms(A10-A12)and not the workable ones(E6-E7) that you also need to reposition the shock absorbers A15-A16 so that they will touch the arms and not ride above them .

Do i need to reposition the dampers ? (A19) too ?

Can anyone tell me if i am correct on this ?

Thanks for any help !


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I used the static setup and no problems with them riding high.
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Thanks for the info , John


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