Jagdpanzer 38(T) Hetzer (RC)

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A 1/16 replica of a WWII Hetzer tank destroyer. It features working independent suspension on all road wheels, 2 L motors for drivetrain, and 2 m motors for a 2 axis trunnion that can elevate/depress and rotate the 75mm cannon left/right.



Decals for it,download original image and print them on paper. Then cut out and apply with transparent tape, or use decal paper.

It uses 95 treads per side, and the power functions extension cord is used to connect the battery to the 2 IR receivers. The IR Remotes aren't included in the piece count.
Assembly of the LXF file is as follows, Install the M motor that is seperate from the model by inserting the blue pin on the bottom of the linear actuator into theĀ  perpendicular axle/pin connector next to the worm gear, and attach the front of the linear actuator to the blue pin attached to the traverse bracket located below the trunnion for the gun. The 1x6 technic link will need to be attached to the towball for the elevation mechanism as well. The Then attach the side armor via the dark blueish gray liftarms and the respective 3 long pins with friction. Next attach the upper glacis (front) armor plate to the hull, and attach the rear hull roof to the back of the model. Finally mount the spare tracks and tools to each of their own respective locations on the rear of the vehicle.
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MOC-2627

Name Jagdpanzer 38(T) Hetzer (RC)
Designer TommyStyrvoky
Designed 2015
Parts 1306
Theme Technic
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This MOC also has a 3D digital file available (eg LDD, MPD, etc): 3D Model

Submitted by BasBike March 20, 2018
Submitted by BasBike March 20, 2018
Submitted by BasBike March 20, 2018
Submitted by BasBike March 20, 2018