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Track of a PAK

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Track of a PAK

Postby Keessmit on 04 Feb 2013 23:56

Hi,
Does anybody know if the track of the wheels of a PAK were standard/ ordered by the RLM? And what was the track excactly?
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Re: Track of a PAK

Postby Simon H on 07 Feb 2013 12:47

Hi Kees,

Trying to work out what you are enquring about. Do you mean who made the trails/carriage parts for a PAK?

Are you attempting to identify a part you have found?

Hope we can help,

Regards,
Simon.
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Re: Track of a PAK

Postby Keessmit on 07 Feb 2013 21:26

Thanks,
It is just simple. I came across info when the Germans were developing a propeller driven snow vehicle, the RLM/Airforces Ministry, ordered to have the skis the same tracks a the towed PAKs
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