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  1. Hello everyone! New member here. I just picked up this m29c and brought her home. She has a few things to sort on the bottom end but runs like a top! Looking forward to learning everything I can from you while I get this puppy reliable. signal-2021-03-27-132850.mp4
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  2. Sorry for the lack of posts - lots of progress, but I was spending all of my free time doing videos in March. I am just working thru little fixes on the hull and the various body panels to make sure this T24 goes together easily once it is painted. This is that part of the project where you are 90% done with 90% to go. The land of 1000 details. Here are a couple of photos...but all in all it is coming together. I did pick up a second set of 15" tracks - they are unmolested and in pretty good condition for their age. They will go on the T24 as is....to be handled very gently!
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  3. Patrick, I saw the latest March Madness installment with the tight fitting radiator. It reminded me how difficult ours was to remove. I created a spreader to push the side walls apart to wiggle the radiator free. It was difficult to say the least. At the time I decided when it’s time to reinstall I will clip an angle iron piece to the flanges of the radiator as a guide and grind some off to get a looser fit. I just pulled out those parts today to dry fit mine as well. I need everything in place to take some measurements. If all goes well I will grind the flanges tomorrow and see if I can insta
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  4. Welcome Pips! Sounds like you got yourself a big project - congrats! If I were you, I might think about buying another machine - probably in the states and just shipping it over. I think you will save money in the long run. Otherwise, I think you are going to spend more having smaller parts shipped to you. What is the likelihood of finding a good parts machine in the Netherlands? As for the repairs to the hull - just a lot of welding and grinding. There are very few parts on the hull that you can't make in a simple shop so fire up your angle grinder, get some 18 gauge steel and
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