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Everytime I put the treads on the vehicle, specifically the big long tread on the bottom of the tank, theres always one of those bumbs in the way.
Underneath the treads there are ridges in place to make it easier to glue I suppose. On the tank there are wheels and a hole in the center of the underside of the wheel so the ridges can squeeze into and make it sort of stick while the glue dries, but always in the very center one of the wheels has the whole blocked by a piece of plastic... I dont think I'm suppose to cut it off because it's really thick and appears it is suppose to be there. What do you guys do? I just cut off the center ridges on the tread and it works.... I'm just curious as to why it always messes up like that.
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It's been a while since I last assembled my last tank, but I don't recall any problem.
Do you have a photo of the area you mean?
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The Rhino chassis have five so called roadwheels on each side. On the middle one on each side there is a small cube. This is a locator peg, to help you center the longest piece of track. Place the track so that two of the pegs on the track ends up on each side of the cube in the wheel. Simple once you figure it out...
(one that have "tracked" a few rhinos over the years...)
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Ive assemebled 8 rhinos/predators since the new year (Thats alot thinking about it!) and I have had no problems with them what so ever.
The advice I will give is pretty simple really and I assume you are already putting this into practice. Make sure you are putting the right tracks onto the right hull sides, it may be that this as the guides are on the opposite sections. Make sure the tracks are 'travelling' the right way along the hull, the 'eagles' should be the correct way up when looking at it front on.
Ill also say its much easier to assemble the tracks section, if you start from the front and then work while they are still wet towards the back, this way you can push the tracks to fit the middle section in.