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JOHN PITTELLI <jplily-at-yahoo.com>
Re: Some questions [TANKS]
Fri, 17 Mar 2006 20:29:03 -0800 (PST)
I have a nice scale drawing of the Mark V with
the 95mm howitzer. Or if you order 5 drawings at $2 US
from George Bradford you can get the the II, NA75, V
and 2 of something else. He's got great drawings. I
built the majority of my Comet from his drawing and
then used those nice pictures that you sent me from
the tank fest. Let me know if you want a copy of the
--- Marc en Wendy <marcmethorst-at-zonnet.nl> wrote:
> I got hold of a few batteries that I'm planning to
> use for my Churchill. Does anyone have tips how to
> store batteries the right way, i.e. keeping them 'in
> shape' for future use?
> My StuG uses a 12 V system, in which I changed my 20
> amp SSR's for 40 amp SSR's because the 20-ones got
> hot. If I run a system on 24 V with the same type of
> motor setup, it would draw half the current thus
> making it possible to use the 20 amp ones, wouldn't
> Does anyone, by any chance, have good reference
> drawings of a Churchill Mk1 / 2 / 3 / 4? The ones on
> onwar.com are a bit too small to take measurement
> from. Tomorrow I'll shop for a 1:35 scale model for
> reference, but it wouldn't hurt to have some good
> quality front/side/rear/upper-drawings.
> Marc ''getting more excited'' M.
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