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Hi,

I'm searching for good PDFs or original manuals and handbooks for the HMLC Stalwart, to share on the Facebook group. 

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/Alvis.HMLC.6.x.6.Stalwart/ 

I'm happy to scan any original manual to convert it to PDF.  I've got the V642/2, and V644/2 part 1, but would be happy to scan both again
The list is  

ASSOCIATED PUBLICATIONS
20. a. Truck, FV622 HMLC and FV623 artillery Limber, 5 ton, 6 x 6, ALVIS STALWART.
(1)
User Handbook
Army Code No. 22156
(2)
Complete Equipment Schedule (CES AKA CS) Mk 1
Army Code No. 33749
(3)
Complete Equipment Schedule (CES AKA CS) Mk 2
Army Code No. 34153
(4)
Service Schedule
Army Code No. 14959
(5)
Aids to Amphibious Vehicles 1975 User Handbook
Army Code No. 60899
(6)
Provisional Working Instruction, Tanks & Equipment for Carriage of Bulk Fuel on Bedford MK & Stalwart Mk 2 Vehicles. 1975
Army Code No. 61389
(7)
Illustrated spare parts list
Army Code No. 14226
(8)
EMER Communications Installations P 400 – 409 Clansman, net radio installation, HMLC, Stawart Mk 2
(9)
RAC Equipment Trials Wing. FV431/Stalwart Comparative Trial Interim Report No.1. July 1964
(10)
Technical Handbook – Technical Description
EMER Wheeled Vehicle V 642/2
(11)
Unit Repairs
EMER Wheeled Vehicle V 643/2
(12)
Field Repairs
EMER Wheeled Vehicle V 644/2, Part 1
(13)
Base Repairs
EMER Wheeled Vehicle V 644/2, Part 2
(14)
Modification Instructions
EMER Wheeled Vehicle V 647
(15)
Inspection standards
EMER Wheeled Vehicle V 648
(16)
Field Repairs – B series Engine
EMER Power S 524, Part 1
(17)
Technical Description – B 81 Engine
EMER Power S 522/4
(18)
Introduction to A, B and C Vehicle hydraulic systems
EMER Workshop C 010
(19)
Care, and maintenance of Secondary lead acid batteries
EMER Power J 318
(20)
Testing of anti-freeze mixtures
EMER Power N 025

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Another one to look for:

Army Code No. 61389 Provisional Working Instruction, Tanks & Equipment for Carriage of Bulk Fuel on Bedford MK & Stalwart Mk 2 Vehicles. 1975

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3 hours ago, fv1609 said:

Another one:

EMER COMMUNICATIONS INSTALLATIONS P 400-409 Clansman, net radio installation, HMLC, Stawart Mk 2

 

Thanks, I forgot the CES as well. 
I take it the P 400-409 is the EMER code

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3 hours ago, fv1609 said:

Another one:

EMER COMMUNICATIONS INSTALLATIONS P 400-409 Clansman, net radio installation, HMLC, Stawart Mk 2

 

That would be an interesting one, Clive - I've never managed to find a copy so did my own Clansman installation based on a 352 and associated control harness.

Mark - I have several of these already PDF'd but remember that strictly speaking they are still classified and therefore subject to the Official Secrets Act.  That may seem silly, but it's fact unless someone can get MOD to agree they are no longer classified.

Andy

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2 minutes ago, andym said:

Mark - I have several of these already PDF'd but remember that strictly speaking they are still classified and therefore subject to the Official Secrets Act.  That may seem silly, but it's fact unless someone can get MOD to agree they are no longer classified.

Andy

I'll look in to that.
Because 94ET45 is parked outside Leconfield, I wonder if it's still all classed as restricted - despite most of it being on eBay - well, scans of scans anyway

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28 minutes ago, Mark Ellis said:

I take it the P 400-409 is the EMER code

Mark that is only part of the identifier, it has no meaning by itself. I'm afraid EMERs are widely misquoted if they don't include the EMER Part as P 400-409 would apply to a whole range things.

So the publications required are EMER COMMUNICATIONS INSTALLATIONS P 400-409

Without defining the EMER Part it would be like going to a library asking to see a Chapter 7 of a book. There are some further explanations here:

 

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