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Hollibone or Hollybone ?

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Which is it chaps as i've seen both used?

 

Also after a pair of adapters for a 432 if anyone has some hanging about?

 

C.

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Neither! I think it's Hollebone.

 

I think Adrian is correct on the spelling.

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Hollebone it is.

 

Agreed, and I got my last set of adaptors from Dave Crouch.

 

Andy

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For interests sake, the Hollebone drawbar was named after Colonel J.E. Hollebone, REME, who was Commandant of the Recovery and AFV Repair Training Centre at Arborfield and originated around 1942.

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