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I'm sure you wouldn't doubt me Mal. But I believe carpenters say, measure twice, cut once!

 

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Merry Christmas Clive so the foot plate box (F) is 19" the tray is 10' 8" long minus tool box (d) lid (g) ? The parts we have would be a MK X so I think I need a plans or Details of a MKX . The front reinforcements top right of the photo to me indicate a later MKX where do I look we have no seat or mounts ,list of changes,carpenters manual ? .Regards Mal ps the chain hanging down in the Briggs photo is that not the scotch roller chain . gs 1.jpg

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Merry Christmas Clive so the foot plate box (F) is 19" the tray is 10' 8" long minus tool box (d) lid (g) ?

 

Mal I think it is 10' 8" right up to the next measurement of 19".

 

Below is attributed to Mk X & Mk X*

 

Somewhere I have got wheel sizes & types if you need those.

 

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Thanks Clive for your help with the wheel sizes and from the drawing above in full I should be able to scale out the lengths and sizes of timber needed.

regards Mal

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here are photos of the GS at Aldershot taken in 2008 this an early model with the check chains ,brake in front of the rear wheel and steel stanchions . ags 1.jpg

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Here are the axletree & wheel specs for X & X*

 

I take it that the Royal Carriage Dept number is a design spec reference

 

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Thanks Clive the axles are stamped RCD but I did not note down the numbers !The wheels hubs are of an earlier pattern with drag washers there is two more axles front and rear they have had the brass caps and bolts removed .happy new year mal

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