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Wagon Tarp Tie-Down Rings

by JRinTawa
One of the little sundry detail bits I put onto wagons I’ve scratch build or “super detailed” are tie-down rings used for roping down tarpaulins.  Made in a batch it takes only and hour or so to make enough for a wagon or two.  Apologies for some of the pictures being of focus but it was rather tricky holding a camera, a small part and a set of pliers!

 

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