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Hi Richard

Vocabulary of parts, a War Office catalogue of common parts. I think the application for Austin K9 relates to the separate charging system for power to radio and equipment installation in the body (not vehicle charging system) as they have a separate dynamo for this.

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1 hour ago, Scammell4199 said:

Thanks chaps.

Adrian, Comet is 12v?? thats surprising, does that mean Cromwell is 12v too? 

Richard, Whats Vocab?

Thanks, Richard

Hi Richard, yes, British wartime tanks were generally 12 volt, Centurion being the first to be 24 volt.

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