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  1. Same was happening to me, thanks once again Jartsev
  2. That Falcon followed me all through Iraq
  3. Never ever did let my loader mess with the stab, no way no how. That 10 hp turret motor always had a hard time maintaining hydraulic pressure. I do not remember if it was in any manual to disengage stab. I have noticed that the smoke generators are always on. Smoke generators in real life suck. They will give away positions and maneuver. I had my platoon disconnect them. Never really needed them.
  4. After having played the M60A3 in the sim, I have to honest, its about right
  5. Played with the above and got my track back. I think the new pc may be to much for the monitor also, got to tone to down, thanks everyone.
  6. Everything looks great for awhile then if I move my POV the tracks are gone. I have set everything to minimum default and still no good.
  7. Thanks everyone for the constant support. THe Sim is running fine
  8. Over adjusted screen resolution now the monitor is out of range. I need to back it off a few but don't know how. Keep getting black screen with "out of range"
  9. I remember you my friend from Silent Hunter (Ottoramsaig), Installing 4.1 right now
  10. Does anyone know if this is real? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu_oHLtlIp4
  11. https://www.facebook.com/796764431/videos/10158070765484432/
  12. I turned my A3 in for an M1IP in the mid eighties. Around 2001 I had to dispatch my 2 M88's for range detail pulling 60's out storage down range 85 at Ft Dix. My Recovery teamed called me about an A3 with my name on the TC hatch. I drove out to Range 85 and met up with the 88's. After cutting the locks on the loaders handle I looked inside. Her LRF and M21 and TTS were gone but everything else was there, We hooked a slave cable, drained the water separators. Primed the fuel lines and after only fifteen minutes we attempted a hot start. Pure thick grey smoke poured out of the grilles, good sign she was getting fuel as the exhaust covers rattled she started getting compression and then it happened, she rattled to life! All those years sitting down range. She now sits in front of my American Legion Post. https://www.google.com/maps/@39.7642116,-74.2171646,3a,25.3y,285.7h,82.64t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sYeK9sTD9hVD6NZp45NmylQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656d
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