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Well I finally bit the bullet and stripped down my Mark IV prior to it's long planned overhaul and the installation of the 'wiggly gun' pack. Fair to say it's taken a beating with metal filings and dirt everywhere. Having removed the tracks, side and top plates and all the electronics and motors it ...
- Sat Feb 08, 2020 11:14 pm
- Forum: Morris Quad
- Topic: Quad No. 34 – new owner, new identity
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Very nicely turned out Chris, maybe one day I will get my Quad finished too but for now it remains half-built until I get my mojo back.
- Wed Dec 04, 2019 12:33 am
- Forum: Armortek Owners
- Topic: In memory of Gill Watkins
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This is as sad as it is unexpected. It was Gill who helped me (repeatedly) during my early days building my Mark IV when my enthusiasm far outstripped my ability. More than that she made me feel welcome in the 'extended famiily' of owners and builders that overcame my usual social reticence. She wil...
Everything I have read (at least pertaining to the unit that I am doing my Quad/Limber/17pdr combination as) is that the 25pdr limber was there for it's brakes and presumably to carry all the displaced equipment from the Quad where the 17pdr ammo was held as the rounds were too long to fit in the li...
Great day out, many thanks to everyone for putting it on and a special mention for Chris Fry for fixing my tank when I broke it and (hopefully) diagnosing the root cause of my power comsumption issues. Camera issues (I forgot to charge it!) meant I didn't get much in the way of photos but a couple c...
Citadel's 'Purity Shield' was just Acrylic Satin Varnish so any equivilent product will do the same job. Games Workshop frequent rename their products so the new can may well be the same stuff. My personal preference is Vallejo's spray can varnishes but obviously other brands are available...