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Old September 29th, 2020, 05:40 PM
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Looks fantastic. I'm turning green with envy
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That's all I can say.
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The Braden LU4 finally works very well and without leaks.
I used a castor-based vegetable oil for screw transmission, neutrality with regard to non-ferrous metals.













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I preferred to restore a cable from the sixties.
I refreshed the ends, tied with wire then cut and soldered.
The diameter is 1/2 for a length of 164 feet.











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Old October 14th, 2020, 03:25 PM
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Fantastic work
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Old October 15th, 2020, 04:55 PM
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Two things. First make sure you oil the cable. The Army said that the cable should be cleaned and oiled on a regular basis. Second, is that a M882 behind the M715 or just a Dodge W200?
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Two things. First make sure you oil the cable. The Army said that the cable should be cleaned and oiled on a regular basis. Second, is that a M882 behind the M715 or just a Dodge W200?

He is both.
M882 model W200.
Futur reconstruction camouflage version.
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Old October 18th, 2020, 06:10 AM
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Index of pages.

1 Presentation
2 Tank
3 Rolling train
4 Sills and reinforcements
5 Special tool
-Fram numbers
-Sandblasting bed
6 Fram number day and month
7 Botton of doors
-Fenders
8 Sandblasting front part
9 Pump and Carburetor
10 Stering column and Cab.
11 Engine compartment
12 Camouflage and stencil
-Ignition system
13 Exhaust
-Turn signal
-Number hood
14 Slave receptacle
-Exhaust
-Battery
-Heater
15 Master cylinder
-Power take off
-Rims
-Wipe door windows
16 Synchronisation
17 Canvas
18 Winch

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Old October 24th, 2020, 09:39 AM
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Well yes the M882 was a W-200 I just meant was it a mill truck M882 or a civilian not military W-200. Yours is an Army Truck!. Great work on the M715. I love the different color camo pattern that you went with. Great Truck!
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