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Overlander's Truck Brochures 08 Feb 2022 10:09 #231790

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Overlander's Truck Brochures 08 Feb 2022 16:34 #231803

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Greetings. Reckon whoever wrote the blag about the KMR never sat in one or drove one. Comfort ?? Serviceability ?? You just try changing the seal rings [prone to leaking] on the cross over fuel line at the front of the cylinder heads. Mongrel bloody job through the hatch under the pax seat. If any major engine work was to be carried out we took the cab off remembering to clamp the steering box together when the steering arm was removed. Then you had serviceability. Thanks for posting Paul
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Overlander's Truck Brochures 08 Feb 2022 17:57 #231810

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I liked Bedfords too,petrol or diesel.,they were nice to drive.......never been within 20 feet of one with a 6/53 in it.......4/71 yes,UD4 yes.......but Bedford missed the boat stuffing around with engines .......they kept changing their mind which diesel was going to be fitted ......typical pommies shooting themselves in the foot.,then couldnt figure out why everyone was buying jap trucks............i thought the 466/500 were really good motors,but like everything pommy,they cheapened them down as they were going down the tubes.
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Overlander's Truck Brochures 10 Feb 2022 09:36 #231847

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Overlander's Truck Brochures 10 Feb 2022 09:39 #231848

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Overlander's Truck Brochures 10 Feb 2022 09:42 #231849

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Overlander's Truck Brochures 10 Feb 2022 09:45 #231850

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Overlander's Truck Brochures 10 Feb 2022 17:36 #231863

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The Spicer is a good box but never really well accepted in Australia for hwy work
Everybody loved the Roadranger but Roadrangers were never as good but were easy to handle by all who drove them


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