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About Caddy

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  • Birthday March 23

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    North Essex (not TOWIE country!!)
  • Interests
    Cricket, Motorbikes, oh and restoring a cent
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    Park Manager

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  1. Guess there could be a later mod, the MkIVB that came with our Cent III has these filters. Guess if they are on the scavenger side then they will be relatively low pressure so perhaps an O ring will suffice? 🤷‍♂️
  2. My parts list has it as JOINT, scavenger filter cap, 2 of LV3/RR/EM5265 from memory the ones I have come across are a fibre washer. hope that’s of help
  3. Would another way is to use the battery balancing box from a Cent? That provides a 12v feed for the wireless system
  4. Nope, not super 8. They need the orchestra to play the music for their moving pictures
  5. This idea that modern playgrounds are to be bubble wrapped and hermetically sealed against all risks is a load of old tosh. I’ve managed playgrounds and the European Standard actually states that a child might break a limb in the process of playing, and that is an acceptable risk as that is how the child learns. Doesn’t mean that we’ll just leave lots of huge pointy things laying about though.
  6. I believe that for braizing you can use oxy-propane instead of acetylene. I've only used oxy-acetylene, but have heard it said that the other method will work. All the same kit, just different flammable gas? Hope someone on here can confirm
  7. Thought i’d add a bit in here regarding PPE (yes, H&S, yawn). For Brazing and Oxy-Acetylene welding this is the type of visor that works well and allows 2 hand operations. Look for a shade 3 visor, and make sure that it will also deal with hot flying materials. https://www.fastenal.com/products/details/0800425
  8. Hi James, That's not a problem, I think that as Lauren points out it's for when it was changed to a Mk V Lauren, That's the bunny! Will send you a PM
  9. Cheers Aussie, The RBJ we've got us the one detailed in plates M29 and M30, so it's fair to say that the Cent we're restoring to Mk3 status is not a Mk3 but a later version (whether it was a Mk3 at one point is a different matter). Have you any more info to go with those plates? cheers Paul
  10. Hi all, i don't suppose anyone out there has any information on the RBJ for the Mk 3 agent? just started to go through the turret wiring on the IWM's Cent and someone has disconnected everything. Now I don't know whether it's a RBJ that is originally fitted to Mk3's, but the FV No is FV31559 Any help much appreciated Paul
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  12. Got to be a happy bunny finding that, now you've got to fix it. Dunno what spec cable you've got available in Aus, but I'm using TC12 for any desiring up at Duxford as we can't get Unipren
  13. As above, it is multifuel BUT seem to remember mention about adjustments needed to the engine....
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