Not recommended for Takom as they have moulded-on components on the hull side.
2 small idlers 2 hydraulic dampers/large brackets 12 hydraulic dampers/small brackets The countries above use these pattern hydraulic dampers on some of their Leopard 1s ~ Canada (C2 and C2 MEXAS, Badger AEV), Belgium (1A5BE), Italy (1A2IT and 1A5IT), Norway (1A5NO and Leguan).
The use of hydraulic dampers by Canada is somewhat random. Stocks of hydraulic dampers were used as and when the older volute spring dampers wore out, especially in Afghanistan. Odd numbers and mixes of dampers can be found in many photos of Canadian Leopard and Badger.
The other countries were more consistent. Volute dampers were replaced with hydraulic units on the first two stations of their MBTs, and on all stations of the Norwegian Leguan bridgelayer.
Belgium, Italy and Norway are known to use the smaller idler alongside the hydraulic damper.
Canada used a mix of regular or small idlers with their hydraulic dampers. Anything goes!
- not built/painted