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Hi can any body help me I am after dimensions for a Leyland/daf 244 have trawled the internet but apart from overall width length and height I have drawn a blank from all my usual sources. I will be purchasing one later on this year and hoping to get a head start on the piece of kit that I hope to fit

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What dimensions are you looking for? I could measure mine and get you any measurements that you need. 

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Rolling radius of tyres eg centre of hub to top of tyre = ? 

wheel base believe = 3940 mm ? 

centre front axle to front bumper overhang believe = 1314 mm ?

centre front axle to rearmost of cab = ?

centre rear axle to back of rear spring hanger = ? 

Chassis height from floor = ? say near middle of truck

Chassis depth chassis width is chassis top flange straight back to front /parallel side to side from cab to rear

one last ask when looking from side is top of rear wheel above/ below top of chassis rail

Really would be a big help if anyone could advise on these thanks in advance Steve

I am hoping to convert to a small/medium recovery /winching vehicle but with a bit of a difference to the run of the mill 

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Hi Steve, some measurements from my Leyland Daf T244.

1, Rolling Radius 560mm (tyres roughly 30% worn)

2, Wheelbase 3950mm

3, Centre of front axle to front bumper 1335mm

4,Centre of front axle to rearmost part of cab 660mm

5, Centre of rear axle to rearmost spring hanger, I couldn't measure this on my own.

6, Ground to bottom of chassis 795mm, note my truck is fitted with a Radio Repair body weighing approx 1.5 tonnes.

7, Chassis depth 257mm, flange width 80mm, overall chassis width 860mm. The chassis is parallel and flat from cab to rear.

8, The top of the rear tyre is level with the top of the chassis rail. (See photo)

Hope that this helps. John 

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Many thanks truly appreciate info Regards Steve

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