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Rms Leyland Hippo

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About Rms Leyland Hippo

  • Rank
    Lance Corporal
  • Birthday 08/19/1967

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  • Location
    Southampton
  • Interests
    Leyland Hippo, Loyd Carrier, Brockhouse mk2 5 ton trailer, Crossley Q Type Lorries
  • Occupation
    MD

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  1. Hi I have used the air born garage I brought my Leyland hippo of Morris at air born garage. good communication and had no problems at all 🙂
  2. hi are there cracks to the cord and when was the last time were they of the rims ?
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    Hi every one if you have not herd by now Due to government guide lines and the Covid 19 out break we have taken the sad decision to cancel this years show😥 But keep an eye on our web site as we will be putting the overlord show on next year at the end of May as always God willing. I would like to say a big thank you to all of you who support this show and wish you all to stay safe at this unprecedented time Thank you Richard Salter Solent overlord executive Chairman
  4. I have one of these trailers, mine is a Brockhouse 5ton trailer they only brake on the rear axle they had two types overrun brakes and Vacuum brakes mine is Vacuum brakes there is a actuation chamber under the chassie of the trailer which operates the brakes i tow it with my Leyland Hippo like most vehicles of this age they were vacuum over hydraulic systems the pipe from the trailer screws straight on to the connection on the lorry. as the trailer is historic it doesn't need plating as long as you are not using it for hire or reward. I wrote to the DVLA to ask if i could load my Loyd carrier on the trailer and take it to shows; They then put me in touch with the IVS (international Vehicle Standards) whoe sent me a letter saying they do not have a problem with towing the trailer with my Leyland Hippo on the public road loaded with my historic Loyd carrier as long it is not for hire or reward. But of course the brakes have to work as it was originally designed and also the lorry doesn't go any faster than 30 mph ☺️ Richard
  5. Hi Marc I have a 6pldr as well and would be interested in some of your spares how much would you sell the breach cover, cleaning kit, rope, tool's and tool box. Thanks Richard Salter
  6. Hi Every one thank you for you understanding, as you appreciate we had no choice in the end. But god willing we will be back next year at the same time the end of May 2021 so mark it in your diary's and all keep safe and well and we will see you next year 😊🤞 Thanks you Richard Salter SOE Chairman
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    Hi at the moment it is still going ahead we are monitoring the situation with the corona virus we will make our decision in the beginning of May weather to cancel or move the show to another date unless of course the Government make that decision for us. yes lets hope its over by then but a doubt it 😔
  8. It will be nice to see you there like a lot of these show you do get a lot of Jeeps and Land Rovers it would be nice to see other military vehicles as well but what ever military vehicle you bring you will be welcome☺️
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    The overlord show military vehicles from ww1 to present day re-enactment and living history, we will have RAF section with a spitfire on display come and see a Valentine DD tank and Sherman,T34 and various artillery including a 1942 6pdr which will be firing along with 1942 Loyd carrier, There will be many trade stalls, evening entertainment with bar, food stool and live arena action visit WWW.overlordshow.co.uk for details. follow signs from the A3. This year we are supporting Combat stress for veterans with mental illness
  10. The over lord show is on again this year its great show this year we have not ony a RAF section with a spitfire but re enactments in involving Valentine , Sherman, T34 tanks come and see the action or sign up and bring your military vehicle 23 to 25th of may 2020 www.overlordshow.co.uk Thanks Richard Salter
  11. Hi i know its a bit late are you still restoring your crossley as i have a few parts like gear box,axle carb, and other parts please let me no thanks Richard
  12. Hi Tim John is wright i own a Leyland Hippo the pressure is not excessive i suspect you are getting bounce out of the tyre i run on the same tyre if they site for a couple of days when you first start off you will get a bounce from the front steering once you have done a mile or two and the tyre will warm and go to its normal shape and Hippos do not have shock absorber's Thanks
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