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BotanicalNine97 #1 Posted 07 December 2018 - 03:40 AM

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Ever have one of those days that your tracks fall off every time the wind blows?  Is the American tank line the only one to suffer this injustice?  I stopped counting after tracks being blown off 13 times in one battle.  I wish I had a plate of tacos and a cold beer I would call it a night.

BrogueOne #2 Posted 07 December 2018 - 04:01 AM

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There’s an Op that awards points towards the Absolution for getting damage from immobilizing enemy tanks.  Also, once your tracks have been damaged after they’ve been repaired they’ll break more easily for the entire rest of the match.

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That's why repair is an essential skill.

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Capn Ratchet45 #4 Posted 07 December 2018 - 01:27 PM

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View PostBotanicalNine97, on 07 December 2018 - 03:40 AM, said:

Ever have one of those days that your tracks fall off every time the wind blows?  Is the American tank line the only one to suffer this injustice?  I stopped counting after tracks being blown off 13 times in one battle.  I wish I had a plate of tacos and a cold beer I would call it a night.

if I'm getting tracked in a USA tank, I'm just happy they are absorbing some shells, cuz the rest of the hull sure ain't...



XT356 #5 Posted 07 December 2018 - 02:02 PM

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How else am I supposed to milk a non turreted tank destroyer? Or any of the centrally mounted turreted tanks? 
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panthermark #6 Posted 07 December 2018 - 04:36 PM

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View PostBotanicalNine97, on 06 December 2018 - 09:40 PM, said:

Ever have one of those days that your tracks fall off every time the wind blows?  Is the American tank line the only one to suffer this injustice?  I stopped counting after tracks being blown off 13 times in one battle.  I wish I had a plate of tacos and a cold beer I would call it a night.

 

There is a fix for that.  I run this in my Snakebite...which is another tank who's life depends on it not being tracked. 

Make sure you have the following:

 

Repair Skill

Track Repair Skill

Brothers in Arms Skill

 

Large Repair Kit (10% bonus)

Small Repair Kit

 

Vents

Upgraded/Enhanced Tracks 


3 MOE's: VK 30.01D (VI), T-34 (V), M-24 Chaffee (V)

2 MOE's: Indien-Panzer (VIII), T-20 (VII), Cromwell B (VI), Snakebite (VI), T-37 (VI), M4 Sherman w/Derp (V), VK 16.02 Leopard (V)


Pit Friend #7 Posted 07 December 2018 - 06:11 PM

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Meanwhile I shoot tanks in their front drive wheel with large caliber HE shells and STILL only damage but not break their tracks. :angry:

I asked an EOD man how he dealt with the stress of his job. 

 

He said he didn’t have any stress. Either he was right or else it became someone else’s problem. 





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