PT-76 B Russian tank

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waayfast

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Wow! Very cool ride!

Looks like a lot of work went in to that --nice job.

Please post more vids and pics.

And welcome to the site from Salmon River Country!

Jim
 

fernballan

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The old engine was clutch was so bad and it leaks water into the oil.It was at 240 horsepower. A used clutch cost more than a truck!So I bought a Scania v8 530 horsepowerHave had to manufacture a lot But now it had the air power brake, air power steering, Ac, remotcontrold diesel heater
10423712_10203864441434405_1491833081447135652_n.jpg Outgoing shaft from the gearbox as I turn in the lathe a new conation to the original gearbox
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coneckted to the gearbox

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dmetalmiki

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Very welcome to the site hobby and friendships. That is awesome..It will be fun in summer as they swim well. Sounds nice. I am in the progress of negotiating a 'deal' for a Russian "Thing!"..fingers crossed..I will report if successful.
 
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