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I'm currently building a 1/35 18 ton FAMO & Sd.ah.116 (tank transport), Tamiya kit # 35246. It's a great kit.
I'm also building a Dragon T34/76 (1941 mod.) and I want to mount the T34/76 onto the FAMO trailer, depicting a capture T34 in german service in the eastern front.
I have referenced many pictures showing capture T34's in german service but have yet to see one being hauled by a german vehicle.
The maximum loading capacity of the FAMO trailer was 22 tons while the T34/76 (1941 mod) weight was 28 tons. The FAMO instructions does state that later trailers were equip with oil-pressure jacks which facilitated heavier loads, but these increased loads are not specified.
Is it feasible to depict a T34/76 on this trailer. Would desperate german recovering teams overlook this mass differences?