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Thread: Preparing for the worst...Reforger M60A3
18/08/2017 01:35:57

Nice, but the TC hatch does not lay that flat.

Don't go overboard on distressing the roadwheels.

I'm trying to remember if we had a BFA on the 85.


15/08/2017 23:08:14

one coming out!

a game but pretty accurate!


Edited By Dan Reed on 15/08/2017 23:11:01

Edited By Dan Reed on 15/08/2017 23:13:16

14/08/2017 15:15:08


We had them in 1AD and I hated them!


13/08/2017 23:23:28

Here is the flag holder by the TC-

11/08/2017 18:20:35

Don't forget the cables behind them!


10/08/2017 23:33:57


10/08/2017 22:53:09

10/08/2017 22:48:06

I've heard that the bustle rack is a bear.

Turret bustle= bustle rack


Edited By Dan Reed on 10/08/2017 22:49:07

10/08/2017 17:32:43


Ours were empty.


10/08/2017 12:58:19

remember that the left blister is empty-the LRF was mounted only on the right side.

on many tanks the M85 deflector was missing as it's not needed-no searchlight on a A3.


Edited By Dan Reed on 10/08/2017 13:00:03

09/08/2017 19:06:48

A good pic of the series 200 lock used on the loaders hatch when the vehicle was not being used.

I've always seen this lock being used in this position but never on the sponson boxes.


09/08/2017 18:45:12

Gaiter= accordion

From what I remember, the round is most influenced by wind the first 10 feet from the muzzle of the gun. Hence, that's why the wind sensor is at the rear of the turret.


08/08/2017 23:13:01

08/08/2017 23:11:47

08/08/2017 23:10:52

08/08/2017 23:01:52

We used ours for bore sighting only-I never once worked with the infantry.

Edited By Dan Reed on 08/08/2017 23:02:09

Edited By Dan Reed on 08/08/2017 23:03:45

08/08/2017 17:35:53

The PE strip by the fender is rubber if I remember correctly.

Don't forget the cable for the grunt box!


08/08/2017 03:03:24

One lock on the sponson box, usually the middle, is fully in the lock position. There also should be a lock on each sponson box.


08/08/2017 03:00:35

08/08/2017 02:57:36

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