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Pz 38 t "Rough Rider"
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The first in a new line of models nicknamed "Rough Rider's"
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this "Model" is more toy, than model, as you can see by the final pic, i have a prototype
that ive been tweaking for about a month now...

what is a rough rider?

well a rough rider, to me, is a lego model built for playablity, and my definition
of playable is"can be used outside", dirt, gravel, snow, ice, rain, sand, tarmac, and grass, all of it, and this Pz 38 takes all of it in stride, except pine straw... but then
again nothing likes pine straw,

it has a fully rotating turret, main gun with some elevation, but a good bit of depression
opening engine hatches, a floating bogie suspension system, and solid construction

also featured are some gears, to add to the front, to mod for accuracy if you choose to,
and 3 track pads, 1 is for the right track, it refused to link in LDD, and the other 2 are for each track to be added on before you take it outside, to to keep the track from becoming to tense during full suspension travel, you can leave the 2 track pads off for road travel, and store them on the front plate, as seen in the prototype picture

enjoy it, and wait for more, cause im gonna be making lots of these haha


Building instructions
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Comments

 I like it 
  June 29, 2014
I love this 38t!!! Awesome job!
 I made it 
  June 27, 2014
Quoting Sam Sanister Certainly looks like the Czechoslovakian tank. So are the big rubber tires there for off-roading without tracks?
no, they are supposed to help soften the ride, and make up for actual Roadwheel diameter i lost while making the suspension this simple, instead of slightly more complex as Tommy S. was saying with the 4x4 dishes, and its tough
 I like it 
  June 26, 2014
Pretty! It seems as though you've definitely put it through its paces... something I can't say for anything I've made. :P
 I made it 
  June 26, 2014
Quoting Tommy Styrvoky maybe use 4x4 dishes for road wheels, the small ones look out of place and probably have problems with the tracks coming off.
i actually did with the 5 wheel design i did for a Hellcat, but the 38 t, hetzer, Ha-Go, and others that i use this on work just fine
 I like it 
  June 26, 2014
Certainly looks like the Czechoslovakian tank. So are the big rubber tires there for off-roading without tracks?
  June 26, 2014
maybe use 4x4 dishes for road wheels, the small ones look out of place and probably have problems with the tracks coming off.
 
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