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About cosrec

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    Recovery Old Milatery vehicles
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    Own a recovery company

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  1. to be honest I thought it was ideal at 2200 rpm but I only used mine for 18 months working on recovery
  2. Posted Saturday at 06:14 PM Thanks for your reply’s. yes the vehicle is up and running and no noise when you depress the brake pedal Every body seems to be overlooking the fact there is no noise when pressing pedal so I would suggest no air getting to it
  3. is the vehicle up and running or stood. does pedal make any noises when you press it.
  4. Don't forget you only have a short while to get new quilts as them continental ones stop working after 29th march l
  5. I assume if you have to ask you might get someone else to do it
  6. on leaving school my dad took me and a lad who worked for us to the army and navy stores in Goole to get some work boots. I bought a pair of unissued pair of leather soled hob nailed boots for 8 shillings john bought a pair of US issued rubber soled boots that looked wellie length for 5 shillings next day we cut about 8 inch of Johns boots with angle grinder he was still wearing them years later. mine fell to bits with in a month soaking up oil. Needless to say dad gave me a ten bob note and told me to go buy 2 pair like johns this was about 1970
  7. seem to remember but not 100% sure in front of steer box on depth of chassis and believe some digits obscured by that big plate with two holes in also on a riveted plate under passenger side wheel arch on chassis although this barely readable 40 years ago
  8. only one i owned was a dream to drive one thing that springs to mind is if if its ever been towed has prop shaft been split and not been put back together with spicer joints aligned correctlly
  9. as an aside those big lumps of wood that engine is sat on where ciu up then sawn up then set into a fire place as shelves in a fire place in a house i lived in polished wax up nice
  10. that exactly as the one i fitted arrived in a crate the previous two were laid on a pallet.both crack side down. i know you said your sticking with current arrangement but if you should ever change your mind the way to do it is take cab off then take rear bulk head off with air filters then lift engine and gearbox out and split on floor. The clutch cover on engine has unusual pull clutch arrangement hat needs access to four points on dis assembly top and bottom covers also rear engine mounts have to come of putting back together every thing pushes back together if you ever decide to fit a replacement engone with standard clutch it is dead simple to do
  11. got a minter 305 rolls sat in chassis can be heard driven around running any trial
  12. try asking someone who does injector pumps for a living rather than people who have workshop manuals for army vehicles
  13. i dont know naff all about this set up but from memory that looks a a lot like the Rootes blower fitted to commer ts3 Quick Goggle confirmed Rootes still exist so may be worth a call. like a lot of things MOD it will have been an of of the shelf item adapted to fit
  14. agree with attleej in one respect the engine was a very good one for its size far better than the RB81 and although it seems eye watering now it compared well with 14 ton Commer cattle truck a local haulier ran it had humber super snipe engine it. if it aint leaking internally i would stick with it. plus i know it aint multifuel but a little contaminated petrol wont hurt it. If you do decide to change for another or change to diesel have a few tips that that will save a lot of grief cursing and swearing.
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