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What we do ...... drive it for a bit and let the tracks and wheels bed in a bit. Then put it on the bench, look for witness marks and then make a call as to whether anything needs adjustment or not.
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Roger that.

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What we do ...... drive it for a bit and let the tracks and wheels bed in a bit. Then put it on the bench, look for witness marks and then make a call as to whether anything needs adjustment or not.

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Cleaned up electronics gat everything working and added a winch cable and spare tire to the model.

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Wow impressive.
I'm curious how the overall result will look like

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Look at that muddy tyre thread, bet so are the tracks.
Did you drive it up to the bench, or lift it up, Brian? Either way is a challenged job. :shock:
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I had accident with camouflage when my airbrush and paint dripped so I am wiping off and seeing something interesting...
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did some playing around with camo.


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wild camouflage am looking forward to the end

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So what ever happened to your lovely Famo Brian? 8)
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Phil Woollard wrote:
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So what ever happened to your lovely Famo Brian? 8)
I sold it a couple years ago.

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