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Old 04-07-13, 22:07
hans bekkers hans bekkers is offline
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First try out of the new builld engine with al new parts..

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Still looking for a MK1 air filter PLEASE HELP !!

Also looking for a Walker 925 3 ton jack !!

Later on there wil be a exact explanation ( with pictures ect) how i did a overhaul with 12mm hardend pins in my old tracks !!
They wil be factory new wen i,m finished...

update coming soon..

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Old 05-07-13, 00:15
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Old 05-07-13, 14:38
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Hi Hans
good to see someone else doing the 12 mm pin trick on tracks
Just like new EH!
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Old 08-07-13, 22:21
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I recently did some track maintenance and I had several links that had small cracks along the pin holes, which I replaced. Wouldn't this be even more likely to happen as the track wears out? I do have a spare set of track, but when the time comes I was think more along the lines of sleeving the links instead of upping the pin diameter.
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