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A couple of seat parts pos 432. one part number FV499360. some air filters several available. FV 527304. Open to offers. Seat parts and filters just require postage and a donation to site charity or one of your choice.

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I am trying to identify these parts. First one is a Tortion bar made by Baumann Feden for Bae Alvis Part Number 096414. 271615500400RF. Date on the envelope with a certificate is 2001, 24 spline,  O/A Length 52 and 3/4ins 134cm. DIA 0.559ins 14.2mm, Spline dia 0.996ins 25.30mm.  2nd is an exhaust pipe Nato 2990993015912. part number 503/7/16918/000. Lastly a Tie Rod Parn number 271615320564.

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Thats more than I knew, I should have taken it out of the packaging but I did not want to tear it. I did wonder if the tie rods are off a Panther or Husky. I think the tortion bars my be to assist opening a rear deck door.

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I don't know, all I can say is that the database I'm working from is approaching 25 years old. So the absence of any parts would suggest something of recent manufacture.

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John1950,

Those lamps attached to green metal brackets with a rubber strap and hook are for attaching to the end of towed gun barrels when on road movements. They maybe used for other tasks as well.

 

 

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On 12/30/2020 at 8:42 AM, john1950 said:

Thanks for the reply, I think pilot shaft, gearbox bearing, fuel chang over tap, and as you say Radiator cap all for Bedford.

Hi

The bearing is from a Bedford Gear Box  - equivalent to an SKF 6307

Cheers

Richard

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