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  1. If you can get it into the places it’s needed, graphite grease could work. We use it at work on some high heat area where normal grease burns off. Its a dry powder and gets everywhere but it’s an idea.
  2. There’s some awesome machining involved in those. Very nice.
  3. Hello Chris. Yes it is for sale on eBay, if you are interested please let me know. Regards Peter

  4. Hello Chris. Yes it is for sale. If you are interested please let me know. Kind Regards Peter Gibson

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      Peter Gibson

      Hell Chris. Yes it is for sale. If you are interested please let me know. Kind Regards Peter Gibson

  5. I see it’s for sale now. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/224621980131?hash=item344c8369e3:g:rK4AAOSw4j9hTeYB
  6. I’ll keep an eye open. Are you bothered about it being Brit/Aus or Canadian? Cut for Mk2 gun or not?
  7. They are indeed .303” Mk2* Brownings, they must have been on good terms with a local RAF base to get .303” air service ammo in links (probably life ex on hours).
  8. Apart from the water, the Ethanol will eat non treated rubber. If you have fuel lines, seals and pump membranes made before a certain date, it will turn them into a jelly.
  9. That’s a lot of rust for your money.
  10. Buy the repro WD manual or the 2 period service manuals as it’s not too hard to do yourself. Is the engine complete?
  11. If I remember correctly, you can’t fit CO rear frames to the J, well you could but, as the angles change the gearbox plates don’t line up. The engine also doesn’t sit well in the rear frame as it sits about an inch lower.
  12. This is going to vary by climate due to heat and moisture. You can remove ethanol quite simply from the fuel, if you search YouTube there are a ton of videos describing the process. For me, I’d drain the petrol, run the engine until the carb is dry and coat the inside with something, or fill with a stable fuel like Avgas if you can get it.
  13. There’s an early war version and a postwar Korea version. The post war version is much bigger, I have photos somewhere.
  14. I’m told by some guys in the US that the Quad will only run for about 10 mins on fully charged batteries before the voltage begins to drop and current draw goes up causing over heat. this is the power set I have to use.
  15. We also had LHD Landies that were used in the U.K. (continental returns?) although I don’t remember ever taking them off base.
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