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General Service / Re: 1959 CR 111-612
« Last post by 2short on Today at 10:59:26 AM »
The data plate.
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General Service / 1959 CR 111-612
« Last post by 2short on Today at 10:57:36 AM »
I have come across a command recon. ARN 111-612. Looks quite complete. Listed in the Remlr database as being sold in 1970 after being used as a training aid ( with an engine change ) in Victoria. Anyone have further information on where this may have been based etc.
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Events / Cooma 2018
« Last post by Magellan on Today at 10:36:57 AM »
It's the 70th anniversary of construction and all Landies will be gathering in Cooma next March 30 - April 2. If anyone is going they need to've booked motel or camping accomm' by now. There's a website to register for the event as well.


see you there, Daryl
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Unit/Regimental logos and marking / Communication Zone TACs
« Last post by Magellan on Today at 10:12:54 AM »
Hello all, can anyone shed any light on these TACs? Which unit, whereabouts, the accompanying TAC etc




cheers, Daryl
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Mechanical / Re: universal joints
« Last post by 303Gunner on Today at 09:41:10 AM »
And note too that in that diagram the uni joint flanges are correctly out of phase. See THIS THREAD on how to re-assemble the shafts.
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Mechanical / Re: universal joints
« Last post by 303Gunner on Today at 09:21:14 AM »
Just wanting to confirm what the correct part number is for the rear prop shaft unis
As mentioned above there is a part no 5/153X ..
Below is a detail from the Repair Parts Scale, section HA. The Genuine Army replacement part is Dana 5/153X.
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Mechanical / Re: universal joints
« Last post by AlexR on Today at 06:56:30 AM »
Just wanting to confirm what the correct part number is for the rear prop shaft unis
As mentioned above there is a part no 5/153X but in another topic on the forum the part no is mentioned as 5/252X?
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Best of luck with the sale.
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Not sure if you are running off road trails with this rig, but it might be a good idea to have the tire be more centered in the back of the vehicle. If you are running this RFSV carrier on an FFR/Non-Upgraded RSFV which means you do not have side baskets, this leaves you liable to "catch" a tree/rock/dirt from the side of the tight trail that you otherwise might not have caught. The risk is slightly reduced with side baskets, but it is still by no means ideal.
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