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About terryb

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    Warrant Officer 1st Class
  • Birthday 05/20/1959

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    Tracked, tracked, oh, and tracked.....preferably with a gun!
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    Engineer by day, tankie off duty.
  1. Turreted Saurer Wanted

    thank you John

    unfortunately they stole the certificates as well............

    stolen late last night from Manston, 3 off lee enfiled rifles with certs, .50 cal browning replica, steam cleaner, Karcher. I.R. blue compressor, yellow stick welder, huge amount of power tools, hand tools, tool boxes etcand my two clansman tank helmets-ANY LEADS GRATEFULLY ( AND CONFIDENTIALLY) WELCOME IF YOU HEAR OF ANYTHING FOR SALE
  4. Turreted Saurer Wanted

    Thanks, have tried them-yet to receive a reply...........
  5. Turreted Saurer Wanted

    looking for a turreted Saurer-anything considered, can collect-what have you?
  6. just looking at the nearest firing ranges to me here in Kent on google earth, and amazed to see Lydd ranges has an extensive narrow gauge railway system!
  7. nice pics-thank you (the Carl Gustav round is in good considering its age-just missing the nose rod)
  8. CVRT Clutch drum

    for J60 petrol, boxed, good, £75. Can ship.
  9. 46MT3

    46mt3 prefix on a part number-does anyone know which vehicle it relates to? thanks Terry
  10. thanks-nice to see it again. Interesting to note the round weights to keep tension on the two drums
  11. Diesel CVRT Spares

    Diesel CVRT belt tensioner assembly, drive shaft between engine and gearbox, torsion bars, wheel hubs, axle arms.for sale
  12. CVRT Generator issue / belt / noise

    common problem Robin, two small bearings in the tensioner wheel fail, causing the tensioner wheel to run at an angle, and the belt is then 'led off' replaced mine with quality bearings and hasn't re-occured (yet...)
  13. sad how the mod eradicates history so quickly. Stoney Castle field firing range was in use frequently, and even as a cadet we used to push trolleys up and down the line. The range was awash with ordnance, 2" 3" he mortars, energa and piat rounds, 3.5" bazooka, 40 & 60mm bofors flat nosed rounds, even found some blacker bombard rounds. I recall it was quite a haven for wildlife, but it seems to have cattle grazing now, with most of the shrub and trees gone.