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A U33B cannot be used as a U30B as there are visual radiator detail 
differences between a U30B and U33B. The U30B is the only mode that 
can be used for U23B and U28B.


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From:	 "s.a. mccall"
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Date:	 02/20
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Subject: Re: PC: HO U23B Question: Substitute U30B or U33B?
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  Being a "U" boat fan as well as a custom painter, I offer U23b's 
correct wheelbase and panels.  Recommend starting with Athearns U33b 
remove the wings, cut chassis down to correct wheelbase.

At 08:31 AM 2/20/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Sorry to ask you all this, but I would like to model three of the 
>series U23Bs. Would an Athearn U30B be an acceptable stand-in, or 
would a
>U33B with the rear "wings" trimmed down be better? I can't really 
tell from
>my pictures. Thanks in advance!

S.A. McCall  HOSAM
Franklin, Va.

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