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OHARNG Armory – Walbridge, OH – M4A3 Gallery
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2011 8:58 pm
Post subject: OHARNG Armory – Walbridge, OH – M4A3 Gallery

Hi all,

We’ve posted a gallery of photos of the M4A3 on display at:
OHARNG Armory - 28846 Tracy Rd, Walbridge, OH
(N41°34'7.38" W83°31'38.78")

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:57 pm
Post subject: Re: OHARNG Armory – Walbridge, OH – M4A3 Gallery

Interesting vehicle. It was rebuilt with the spaced out "E9" suspension, although it doesn't have the extended end connectors fitted. I don't think any "E9" vehicles are displayed with any extended end connectors, let alone a double set. This tank received the torsion bars for the engine hatches and the MG bracket on the rear of the turret, but didn't get an all-round vision cupola. The modified M34 gun mount is also interesting. There are several of these on remanufactured M4A3s in parks in the USA.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2011 11:43 pm
Post subject: Re: OHARNG Armory – Walbridge, OH – M4A3 Gallery

- binder001
Interesting vehicle. It was rebuilt with the spaced out "E9" suspension, although it doesn't have the extended end connectors fitted. I don't think any "E9" vehicles are displayed with any extended end connectors, let alone a double set. This tank received the torsion bars for the engine hatches and the MG bracket on the rear of the turret, but didn't get an all-round vision cupola. The modified M34 gun mount is also interesting. There are several of these on remanufactured M4A3s in parks in the USA.


Hi,

The M4A1E9 on display at the Ft. Lewis (sorry...Joint Base Lewis-McChord) Museum has a full set of extended end-connectors on the three-bar track.

(I would hang a picture of it, but my PhotoChop software is TU, and ComCentral doesn't like the size of the pic. I believe that there are photos of it at Prime Portal.)

Chuck

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PostPosted: Thu May 05, 2011 7:32 pm
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- C_Sherman
- binder001
Interesting vehicle. It was rebuilt with the spaced out "E9" suspension, although it doesn't have the extended end connectors fitted. I don't think any "E9" vehicles are displayed with any extended end connectors, let alone a double set. This tank received the torsion bars for the engine hatches and the MG bracket on the rear of the turret, but didn't get an all-round vision cupola. The modified M34 gun mount is also interesting. There are several of these on remanufactured M4A3s in parks in the USA.


Hi,

The M4A1E9 on display at the Ft. Lewis (sorry...Joint Base Lewis-McChord) Museum has a full set of extended end-connectors on the three-bar track.

(I would hang a picture of it, but my PhotoChop software is TU, and ComCentral doesn't like the size of the pic. I believe that there are photos of it at Prime Portal.)

Chuck


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PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2011 2:28 am
Post subject: Re: OHARNG Armory – Walbridge, OH – M4A3 Gallery

- toadmanstankpictures
- C_Sherman
- binder001
Interesting vehicle. It was rebuilt with the spaced out "E9" suspension, although it doesn't have the extended end connectors fitted. I don't think any "E9" vehicles are displayed with any extended end connectors, let alone a double set. This tank received the torsion bars for the engine hatches and the MG bracket on the rear of the turret, but didn't get an all-round vision cupola. The modified M34 gun mount is also interesting. There are several of these on remanufactured M4A3s in parks in the USA.


Hi,

The M4A1E9 on display at the Ft. Lewis (sorry...Joint Base Lewis-McChord) Museum has a full set of extended end-connectors on the three-bar track.

(I would hang a picture of it, but my PhotoChop software is TU, and ComCentral doesn't like the size of the pic. I believe that there are photos of it at Prime Portal.)

Chuck


Ft. Lewis M4A1E9


Or....we could ask Chris if he has pics!

Chuck

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