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My Panzer Track Link

Article about: Great stuff, what an assortment! Looks like with a few more bits and a bit of effort you could be driving it to work!

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    Dragged the King Tiger and Elefant links outside to photograph...




  2. #12

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    very nice links look brillaint
    steve im sure you didn't drag them maybe hauled with a forklift and maybe after that broke a tank recovery vehicle

    tom

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    Yeah, the big ground contact link for the King Tiger was getting near the limit of what I'd be happy to lift on my own, I must say!

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    Very nice Steve-how did you get them so clean? Wish my links looked that good.

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    To be honest, I buy them in like that from my supplier in Latvia. I'm not sure exactly what process they go through, but I would assume they are electrolysed, loose rust removed with wire brushes and then they're painted with a museum grade anti-rusting paint.

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    Quote by steverobertsbbc View Post
    To be honest, I buy them in like that from my supplier in Latvia. I'm not sure exactly what process they go through, but I would assume they are electrolysed, loose rust removed with wire brushes and then they're painted with a museum grade anti-rusting paint.
    Hmmm, never thought about painting mine. I'd be interested to hear if anyone knows of what paint to use, or if they think it's a bad idea.

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    Well, bear in mind that they would have come out of the factory painted grey in the first place, so it's not an alien concept.

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    These are all very nice. Thanks for sharing them.

    I have always fancied owning one of these.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Wow, they all look terrific, I would love to own one! Would cost a lot to ship to Australia even if I was lucky enough to find one. Are they expensive?

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    Panzer tracks are easy enough to get hold of , many diggers sell them on flea bay , our own member Jevgenskiis sells them , pricves vary the ice cleats and RSO tracks can be quite cheap but Tiger tracks can go for up to 500 euros !!
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    1st July 1916

    Thought shall be the harder , heart the keener,
    Courage the greater as our strength faileth.
    Here lies our leader ,in the dust of his greatness.
    Who leaves him now , be damned forever.
    We who are old now shall not leave this Battle,
    But lie at his feet , in the dust with our leader

    House Carles at the Battle of Hastings

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