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  1. Hi thought I’d give you an update.....after doing about 100 miles on a round trip and having 2 punctures in the same tire on the front and repairing them on the side of the road (as I have no spare wheel carrier yet) acquired 2 second hand 18 plies for the front running @ 60psi. Now she’s handling 100% better. The previous tyres I had acquired were spares from a coles crane and I think one of them had been left flat on the crane for some time (years) which had effected the tyre and maybe put a soft or hard part in it causing the tube to rub through thanks for the reply’s and I’m keeping
  2. Many thanks chaps I’m going to have a proper go through at the weekend starting with the rears I think I’ll drop to 50 and see what she goes like then increase by 5 psi to see what happens till she feels better it is a slower frequency bouncing almost like the tyre is out of shape (it isn’t) I will post and let you know Thanks again Tim
  3. Hi after restoring and finally getting registered and on the road I have found the old girl is bouncing on the front end and front tyres are getting warm only in top gear from about 20 mph ive looked in the maintenance manual and it just says inflate to correct pressure there is no pressure written on the tyres they are 14x20 22ply I’m currently running at 60psi
  4. There we go! Thanks all, I’ll just try and work out a number!
  5. Thank you all so much it’s lovely to get the history of it when it came to me it had a white roof driver training? I know it’s not particularly rare but I love it and feel it’s a piece of history that I’m just a custodian of and it’s One of the family , even got the manual! Thank you all again Tim
  6. Thanks for the replies there’s another card for it and it says it was disposed in the Uk? So does this mean no one had it there and it came home? (Asterisks 52yy98)
  7. That’s great thank you for the swift response i can’t tell you how great-full I am! so looking at the card it should have number 16 on it? The bottom one with asterisk (52 yy98)
  8. Many thanks Richard, from the key cards it was originally supplied to the baor in 45 so I’m guessing it would have had a different sign there
  9. Hello there new to all this and was after a bit of advice! I am currently restoring a 1945 Leyland hippo and trying to work out the unit marking under the bridge plate on the front, it looks to be blue and yellow with a number on it but it’s not clear, could any one tell me what it means?? Many thanks Tim
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