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  27. The design of the Tiger's track links begins with its predecessor vehicle, the VK 36.01.
  28. This prototype tank had 16 tyres per side, arranged in 4 rows of 4 each.
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  41. The outer end of a Tiger swing arm carried the roadwheel hub on 2 roller bearings.
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  68. The Tiger 1 suspension consisted of 8 swing arms per side. Each one was sprung by a torsion
  69. bar (Drehstabfeder) internal to the hull. A torsion bar is simply a spring that is straight
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