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Why make life easy if there's also a "more interesting" way? biggrin

I try to figure out the correct attachment of the grouser spuds on those MKIV in particular.

All photos are taken at (at least almost) the same time, after capturing due the germans.
(except "7", "7-2", "8" & "8-2", this might be taken before?)

Can you spot more on this pictures?
Also interesting is the interspace between the attachments.

Maybe there's somebody else working on "Black Arrow II"?



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I think I see more spuds than the ones in the red circles. Or am I seeing things

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Great!
The it seems, that there were attached accordingly the manual. Every 6th link.

After looking on those pictures closely it all melt before my eyes..evileyeconfuse

Then I will attach the ones you send me! biggrin



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Hello, good morning, I think that in this photo you can also see what you are asking, I hope it will be useful for your work. Greetings from Fray Bentos Uruguay.



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In the case of not using this image I can recommend you see the video of the German Library where you can see the capture of several tanks in 1917 and in which the Fray Bentos II is in operation and there you can see a lot of details of the tank Greetings from Fray Bentos Uruguay.

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Fernando


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Hello
There is a model of Black arrow II in Flesquieres Museum .
The tank is crossing a trench using the fascine.
Attached a picture if the tank in construction , see the grouser spuds . Every 6/7 links with some " exceptions " sometimes.

Best regards

Olivier

 



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