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  1. Thanks for your reply, the cooking outfit No. 5 is the freestanding version which opens up like a table, the trailer mounted version is Cooking Outfit No. 4, Mk2 Trailer Mounted and in the operators manual it states that there are two CES's. Army Code 40197 Cooking Equipment Complete Equipment Schedule and Army Code 31224 Complete Equipment Schedule. Thanks,
  2. Hi, Does anyone have a scanned copy of the CES for the sankey cooks trailer they would be willing to share as I'm trying to make mine as complete as possible. I'm also looking for a list of contents for the kitchen box, so I can't start getting the utensils together. Thanks,
  3. In that case what would you suggest I do with them? Thanks,
  4. Hi everyone, This is what I've got in my vehicle document wallet now, I've added the Rules for driving in Germany, Belgium and Holland and the RCT Aide Memoire, the rest were in a document wallet from a MAN SUV. Photo 1 shows the wallet and contents. Photo 2 shows the kit list for the Vehicle Mechanics basic tool kit attached to the visual aid (Photo 3) and packing list for MAN SUV JU37AB (Photo 6) Photo 4 is the procedure for breakdown and recovery Photo 5 shows the Regimental Telephone List for 23 Engineer Regt Photo 7 I believe is the FMT-3 which has been mentioned previously and photo 8 is the envelope it all came in. Thanks,
  5. Thanks for your replies, I've just remembered I've got another vehicle wallet that I only bought because it had some documents in it. I'll dig it out and post what I find tomorrow. It would be interesting to find an AB562 and work ticket just to record what work I've done on it for if I ever sell it as well as display. Thanks,
  6. Hi everyone, I have a document wallet for in my Land Rover 110 and I would like to find out what sort of documents would have been kept inside, I recently got the B-card from the RLC Museum and I found an equipment list that mentioned AB562 does anyone have a scanned copy of this that they could share and any other documents that would have been kept in the wallet? Thanks,
  7. Hi, I'm trying to refurbish my Radio table for the back of my Land Rover 110 and wondered if anyone had any information on the wiring I need and how it goes in to connect 4 batteries. Thanks, Jak Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I was given one at a show earlier this year but thanks anyway! Jak Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Hi I think the overall range on the 353 is about 30km but that all depends on terrain etc. will try and find some more detailed information though! Jak
  10. Hi The ranges for the 349 are: Rolling Countryside - 2.0 to 2.8km Wooded Countryside - 1.2 to 1.5km Built-up Area - 0.3 to 0.5km Hope this helps if you need anything else like frequency ranges just let me know! Thanks, Jak
  11. Alien So if I were to wear: 85 Pattern Smock OG Brassard with No. 2 Style chevrons Lightweights Heavy Wool Shirt GS 58 Pattern Webbing Would that be ok for a basic Mid-1980's BAOR look? Also what radio would have been used guessing 351/2 correct me if I'm wrong? Regards,
  12. Ok thanks for the help :-D Regards,
  13. Alien What colour would the brassard be would it be OG or DPM? Jak Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. So the 3 way boxes could be used straight away or would you still have to standardise them? Jak Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Iain so to get power to the LT box you would just have to remove the 5-pin connector and replace with red and black power cable? Also is this possible with the 3-way Power Distribution Box? Jak Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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