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  1. 2ndArmourMad

    Small bomb trolley-trailer

    Has anyone own or photos of a small bomb trolly/trailer that I could use for reference and size. I will be making one soon to carry 2/3 small bombs (I’ll attach a photo)
  2. 2ndArmourMad

    RAF (?) tractor used for towing what?

    Oh I was looking via google and that never showed up, how strange! Good to have a date tho, if only the photo was taken on a air strip in front of a plane.... ha ha quick someone edit it
  3. 2ndArmourMad

    RAF (?) tractor used for towing what?

    The only information on the photo is this. Private Robert Oliver of the US Army trying out a Ransome MG tractor and plough at the Worcestershire WAEC's light tractor demonstration at Court Farm, near Evesham. which is amazing but no date.
  4. 2ndArmourMad

    RAF (?) tractor used for towing what?

    So close, apart from it’s a US soldier at a farming show.
  5. 2ndArmourMad

    42 GMC cckw

    Moving some scrap about!
  6. 2ndArmourMad

    Brockhouse generator trailer

    On eBay.co.uk currently there are a set of the light lenses.
  7. 2ndArmourMad

    Brockhouse generator trailer

    Here’s what is on this trailer.
  8. 2ndArmourMad

    Brockhouse generator trailer

    Sure I’ll take some photos of the rear lights tomorrow morning for you. Cheers Will
  9. 2ndArmourMad

    42 GMC cckw

    No sadly no extra bracing under the chassis rail, looks like the fuel tank is used so the body clears in that area. The rear bed is spaced higher at the cab end using blocks of wood (which I will be renewing soon)
  10. 2ndArmourMad

    42 GMC cckw

    Wait one
  11. 2ndArmourMad

    42 GMC cckw

    The Crane is a fixed part of the rear bed, a original part of it so it cannot be removed. It is also very old with hand cranks not a modern crane at all. I am not sure what body was original on it but I will be removing the rear flat bed to install better bushes and more heavy duty U bolts to hold it all together.
  12. 2ndArmourMad

    42 GMC cckw

    I agree it is a useful forum, but people assuming information and posting replies based on that is not helpful, especially when they don’t like the honest replies given to their misguided comments. I know the vehicle is legal and I know I won’t have an issue when I use it. since owning this vehicle it is now more road legal then it has ever been, with correct lights, working brakes. The internet can be good fun and people should learn to relax and not pass judgment on threads when they don’t know the full facts, I have over 20 years of restoration, coach building and transportation knowledge with careers in the military and government (department of transport) so I am happy with how I am using/running the vehicle.
  13. 2ndArmourMad

    42 GMC cckw

    As I have said before I happy my vehicle meets the legal requirements when I am using it, now you can think and assume what you like but it has nothing to do with you. This thread read is about my Jimmy and I’d thank you for keeping you irrelevant comments off it.
  14. 2ndArmourMad

    42 GMC cckw

    Thanks for the info, I guess you all know the truck better then me and what my license/insurance is. Thanks for the relays and concerns but I’m ok with carrying my weasel or jeep on the back and I know it’s legal and there is no issue.
  15. 2ndArmourMad

    42 GMC cckw

    The truck is registered as a flat bed so there is no issue with carrying stuff, the truck is also plated upto 9500kilos but weighs less then a standard 353.
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