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Spliting the nuke hull ?

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Re: Spliting the nuke hull ?

Postby wlambing » Sat May 15, 2010 8:10 am


Dry transfers! Woodland Scenics brand Model Graphics, MG747, 45 deg., USA NO. Gothic White. If 1/8" = 6 inches in 1:48 scale, and 1/16" = 6 inches in 1:96, then you'll be pretty close using 3/32" high numbers for your 1:72 efforts. Remember to use the next largest size numbers to replicate the "26" at the bow. Because of the hull curvature, that figure is visually larger to account for the slope and still be 6" high, in the vertical plane. Check out the pics of Trepang and you'll see what I mean.

Good luck,

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Re: towed array ?

Postby Jeffrey J » Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:28 pm

on that towed array, did all the boats in this class end up using these? Is it correct to assume that when new, the boats didn't have this detail, system on them? thanks Jeff Jones
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Re: Spliting the nuke hull ?

Postby Thor » Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:52 pm


You are correct! The boats had the array added later in their service life....

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