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Type 95 Ha-Go (light tank)
This is the japanese light tank Type 95 Ha-Go used in the 1930s-1940s. Weight 7,400 kilograms Length 4.38 m Width 2.06 meters Height 2.18 meters Crew 3 Primary armament Type 94 37 mm gun Secondary armament Type 91 6.5 mm machine gun or 2 x Type 97 7.7 mm machine gun Engine Mitsubishi NVD 6120 air-cooled diesel 120 hp (89 kW) Suspension Bell crank Operational range 250 kilometers Speed 45 km/h (road)
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 I like it 
  October 2, 2011
nice work it looks a little short but just like the real thing. mind taking a look at mine thanks, and keep up the good work.
Schwerer Gustav
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Josh Gulbert
  September 9, 2010
How are you gonna make a ratte? no one really knows what it looks like,I guess it would have two cannons or one.The dora gun aka super cannon would be awsome to make,Also a german railgun would be nice to :D awsome ha-go
 I made it 
  May 12, 2010
Quoting G Builder Great MOC! Where did you get the pieces? Especially the tracks? How did you build it?Do you have any instructions you can share?
The tracks you can get with the hailfire droid set and it is really easy to build eh, but thank you anyway.
 I like it 
  May 6, 2010
Great MOC! Where did you get the pieces? Especially the tracks? How did you build it?Do you have any instructions you can share?
 I made it 
  August 22, 2009
Quoting Kriss Olympis They didnt because their tanks where horrible! Thats why no one realy cares about them. This is a nice one though, my only suggestion is to put camo on! Oh and to Ben: YES! I could have sworn I was the only human being left alive who still played that game! Oh and you take on like 5 throughout the whole game! =)
I to play it since the day it came out on ps2 I played multyplayer on the battleships with the same weapons and the same enemies and allies with my same friend, now for six years I know there are better games around for a very long time like bioshock, resistance and fallout 3 and yes I am the proud owner of a ps3. but I still like to play ps2 games like the MOH games especially rising sun I don't know why but it has feeling over it that it never bores just like sw battlefront 2 and metalgearsolid.
 I like it 
  August 15, 2009
Love the tank, it rocks! Kriss, not the only human left, as soon as i saw the tank i recognized it as the Japanese tank in MoH rising sun in the Philippines that blows me up every single time
  July 29, 2009
They didnt because their tanks where horrible! Thats why no one realy cares about them. This is a nice one though, my only suggestion is to put camo on! Oh and to Ben: YES! I could have sworn I was the only human being left alive who still played that game! Oh and you take on like 5 throughout the whole game! =)
 I like it 
  July 29, 2009
wow i didnt think the japanese used tanks often
 I made it 
  July 25, 2009
Quoting Shane K Nice i love it theres harldy any japanese tanks on mocpages
i know im the second one thanks for the comment.
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  July 25, 2009
Nice i love it theres harldy any japanese tanks on mocpages
 I made it 
  July 19, 2009
Quoting Ben Dean Great Moc!, I remember taking on one of them in Medal Of Honor : Rising Sun
no that where chi ha's but thanks for the comment.
 I like it 
  July 18, 2009
Great Moc!, I remember taking on one of them in Medal Of Honor : Rising Sun
 
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