jesse650 said:what's the "T" stand for? Tonka?
Cheers Snorko, you just proved my point in some other post I posted that I can't remember at the moment. Nevertheless, 'fender' was the magic word. Welded could have been another. :lol:snorko said:Still in better nick than most of our "S" boats. At least this sub seems to be at sea, ours are just the most expensive fenders known to man!
Spear fish if the fin is suppose to split then that must also apply to the casing as the safety harness rail is also split. But as the top of the tower is no doubt well above the top of the casing and as we all know the casing is full of pipes, air bottles, spare ropes/wires etc me thinks the towing strop is correct.spearfish said:I am no convinced about the towing strop theory on this Kilo.The story I heard from a source was that
there is an escape chamber in the fin and the fin is designed to split to allow its escape! Anybody got any better ideas?
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