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  1. Pocherboy's Avatar Active Member
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    Bugatti T35B-img_2127-jpgBugatti T35B-dscn2041-jpgBugatti T35B-dscn1213-jpg
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    Thank you for posting, not quite Schlumpf-ish, but we all have to start somewhere!
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    You might know, I have a question about the forged axles. -are they all the same dimensions?

    I know some are solid not hollow, and some were made of two lengths joined in the center, but of the continuous forged axles are they all the same design? Type 35, type 50, . . . ?
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    Model Factory Hiro Bugatti T35B have just announced a 1/12 scale multi medium kit of the 35B.
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    Hello Noel, I have been looking into the Type 59 wheels, and I’m not sure I understand how the “teeth” fit together?

    Do both the central cone and the rim have meshing teeth? And what keeps it all together?

    If the rim is bolted to the rest? -then what’s the benefit of the “teeth/gear” arrangement? It seems redundant?

    I know it’s been a while since you built your beautiful model, and in any scale smaller than 1/8th, (1/12th in Roger’s case) this detail would have to be suggested, but I was wondering and I remembered your model.
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    I did get one answer about the axles.

    There were several sizes.
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    I think the theory behind the Type 59 wheel was that the gearing handled all the torsional forces, and the wires just had to hold everything in place, so you could make it lighter.
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