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m606paz

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About m606paz

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  • Birthday 06/16/1967

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    Argentina
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    British Vehicles and Militaria
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  1. m606paz

    Ariel WNG Rack measurements

    wdbikemad Thanks for your reply. The shipping to Argentina are very expensive, that's why it is difficult to buy large parts in your country. Sometimes I take the trip of a friend to the USA, who travels frequently, and I make purchases with shipment to Miami. Best regards
  2. m606paz

    Ariel WNG Rack measurements

    Hi Geoff! How are you? Thanks for your reply and help! weeks ago at Ariel Forum share the mesurements i need! http://forum.arielownersmcc.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=7909 About panniers rack , if you can make a drawing,It will be a great help! Thanks in advance! Regards
  3. m606paz

    Ariel WNG Rack measurements

    Hi fellows I have a 1944 Ariel WNG contract number 294/23 /S.5514 Can anyone tell me the measurements you can see with letters in this drawing? Thanks in advance
  4. m606paz

    chorehorse charging set MK1

    AWM Collection KILIGIA, NEW GUINEA, 1944-03-12. NX4174 SIGNALMAN J. WALKER (1) AT HEADQUARTERS 5TH DIVISION SIGNALS, USING A 12 VOLT 300 WATT "JOHNSON CHORE HORSE", TO CHARGE BATTERIES IN THE FIELD. KILIGIA, NEW GUINEA, 1944-03-12. NX4174 SIGNALMAN J. WALKER (1); Q128304 SIGNALMAN J.P. BELL (2) AND QX52479 SIGNALMAN T.J. CROWLEY (3), MEMBERS OF HEADQUARTERS 5TH DIVISION SIGNALS, PICTURED CARRYING "JOHNSON CHORE HORSE" 12 VOLT 300 WATT CHARGING SETS, FOR USE BY THE WIRELESS DETACHMENT. KILIGIA, NEW GUINEA, 1944-03-12. THE "JOHNSON CHORE HORSE" 12 VOLT 300 WATT BATTERY CHARGING SET, VIEWED FROM A CLOSE DISTANCE. Two unidentified signalmen operate a field wireless set during tactical training of the 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR). They were taking part in amphibious training on uninhabited islands in the Inland Sea. 3919 Corporal (Cpl) J Gerrans is sending and receiving messages on a wireless transmitter and the man on the left is cleaning the sparkplug of a portable petrol generator. Note the rechargeable Exide battery attached to the transmitter (centre) and the antenna erected above their position. Regards
  5. m606paz

    chorehorse charging set MK1

    AWM Collection KILIGIA, NEW GUINEA, 1944-03-12. NX4174 SIGNALMAN J. WALKER (1) AT HEADQUARTERS 5TH DIVISION SIGNALS, USING A 12 VOLT 300 WATT "JOHNSON CHORE HORSE", TO CHARGE BATTERIES IN THE FIELD. KILIGIA, NEW GUINEA, 1944-03-12. NX4174 SIGNALMAN J. WALKER (1); Q128304 SIGNALMAN J.P. BELL (2) AND QX52479 SIGNALMAN T.J. CROWLEY (3), MEMBERS OF HEADQUARTERS 5TH DIVISION SIGNALS, PICTURED CARRYING "JOHNSON CHORE HORSE" 12 VOLT 300 WATT CHARGING SETS, FOR USE BY THE WIRELESS DETACHMENT. KILIGIA, NEW GUINEA, 1944-03-12. THE "JOHNSON CHORE HORSE" 12 VOLT 300 WATT BATTERY CHARGING SET, VIEWED FROM A CLOSE DISTANCE. Two unidentified signalmen operate a field wireless set during tactical training of the 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (3RAR). They were taking part in amphibious training on uninhabited islands in the Inland Sea. 3919 Corporal (Cpl) J Gerrans is sending and receiving messages on a wireless transmitter and the man on the left is cleaning the sparkplug of a portable petrol generator. Note the rechargeable Exide battery attached to the transmitter (centre) and the antenna erected above their position. Regards
  6. m606paz

    Normandy 2015 Trip

    Sorry Fellows They are not organizing any trip to Normandy this year? And groups from others countries? Thanks in advance!
  7. Hello Fellows. I wanted to ask if there are groups of UK planning to attend in the week before the June 6 to the beaches of Normandy. Last year I could not go to the celebrations for 70 years, but maybe I can go this year. I was reading that in many cities like Bologna, Italy, are celebrating the liberation of many cities, but wanted to know if it will be repeated in Normandy, this year, celebrations, maybe not like last year but could find you all there. Thanks in advance! Bes regards
  8. m606paz

    PIAT measures

    Hi fellows! I've had a few difficult months for work, and I have not made progress in the construction of the PIAT. Now I have more time, I promise to continue to advance the project! Regards!
  9. m606paz

    PIAT measures

    Thank you very much Ron! :thumbsup: My friend Martin is still working on the PIAT. (I still have not had time to start with mine :blush:) Regards!
  10. m606paz

    PIAT measures

    Thank you Ron! :thumbsup: My friend Martin and another day of work in the Dummy Piat The square tube front sight is very wide. He will try to make it less wide according to the size suggested by Ron. Rgards!
  11. m606paz

    PIAT measures

    Hi Ron Maybe you forget to take these measures. Apologies for the inconvenience ... :blush: Thanks in advance!:thumbsup:
  12. m606paz

    PIAT measures

    You are the best Ron! Thank you very much! Thanks to the measures provided Ron, my friend Martin (Carrier T16 owner) also began to manufacture a PIAT!
  13. m606paz

    PIAT measures

    Hi fellows! I need your help with more measurements. The width of both sigth (front and rear) is the same? How many millimeters are wide? (Letter R) I also need length, height and width (letter S , T and U )of the trigger mechanism housing. Thanks in advance! Regards!
  14. m606paz

    PIAT measures

    After buying the pads, i began to search for material to buil de Piat. A friend found in his workshop an old pipe that was part of a propeller shaft of exactly 70 mm of diameter! Regards!
  15. m606paz

    PIAT measures

    Hi Fellows! Out of here any time and with little time to devote to this project to build a dummy piat. This week received these pads to put in my PIAT Project. http://www.ebay.com/itm/BRITISH-WWII-PIAT-CHEEK-PAD-AND-BUTT-PAD-COVER-SET-/251428429306?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a8a4d5dfa Regards!
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