Yea..the long ones that cover the road wheels and the ones to protect from mud. I was thinking about building the ones to protect the road wheels for display so that i could hide some of the "rough" spots on my tank that will not be visible as it tears down the battlefield. I am however considering putting the flaps on the back, with a hinge so they will pivot instead of being bent or torn off, to keep mud or dirt from being slinged on me as I chase after it.
PS the steel sheetig is no very heavy though, it is about the thickness of posterboard
>Has anyone experamented with attaching fenders or scultzen to their tanks?
I'm not sure if you're talking about the full side ones or just the little skirt ones but I think little fenders look good but the full side ones like John said would be easy to hit. If you are thinking of putting fenders on the back I would suggest you hindge them to the hull so they don't get ripped off when the tank drives off a ledge.
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