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I am in Georgia. There are some friends that have been in the 501st here in town I will contact them. I will do what you say! Is that how I get my Tk#. Ok I will let u know. I will be sending you some photos of my armor pieces soon. Thanks again!

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With regards to the seed trays the originals 3 and 5 rib do have holes. I suspect that they actually help hold the parts together.

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By far the best breakdown of the move along pack. You’ve made it much easier to do this build or even modify what I already have to be more screen accurate. Thank you so much for all this effort.

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So I'm preparing to build as accurate a backpack as possible to replace my old SWAT approved one which is somewhat dated now.

Using the references, I think I have scaled most sizes within a certain tolerance. I used the known sizes of the radio and the syphon as comparisons.

If anyone sees any major discrepancies from what I think, please let me know your views.

FRAME:

Top to bend: 260mm 

Bottom to bend: 220mm

BREXTON BOX:

Height: 240mm

TOP BOTTLE:

126mm showing below mushroom cap

MORTAR TUBE:

687mm Long with hole 45mm below top

EXHAUST PORT (main body):

120mm at longest point, slopes to 111mm

60mm wide 

I think the rest is fairly self explanatory but if anyone wants to chip in with other dimensions, feel free

 

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To me, even the original main part/box looks like wood. But who knows.. 
I think a very similar thing has been found, but the person won't give any details on what car it came from!facebook_1614685689377_6772482645696829801.jpgfacebook_1614685716003_6772482757377546921.jpg

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Is that last image of a found part or one that has been made looks spot on.

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I think this thing looks similar but still has a different shape than the exhaustport used on the original pack. 

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You will find the images on the first page of this thread. 

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If they didn't say what vehicle did they say what it is?

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