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    UT NOS M66 Gun Ring Leg Mount Adapter Kit / Plates

    Bump! Prices lowered
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    M840 trailer/ mobilizer question---

    Thank you StrykerPerry for your insight! In your awesome YouTube videos I could clearly see the reinforced edge of the shelter with the threaded hole for those big bolts to secure the dolly "arms" (for lack of a better word) to the dolly. However, I didn't know about the shelter needing the...
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    M840 trailer/ mobilizer question---

    Oh! So the shelter I posted above wasn't necessarily designed to be transported via dolly eh? Are these tabs that stick out points to bolt a dolly to, or tabs that simply rested on the top of the bed rail of, say, a deuce and a half?
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    M840 trailer/ mobilizer question---

    I'm not sure you were replying to my question, but here was the dataplate pictures the seller provided of the M840 dolly local to me.
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    M840 trailer/ mobilizer question---

    I should point out, in the TM 9-2330-275-14&P, on page 1-3, it DOES show an M840 with exactly the same "raised arms", but that only makes me more confused. Are those "arms" adjustable? Do they fold down or something? Because that doesn't explain why other's M840 dollies look different. The TM...
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    M840 trailer/ mobilizer question---

    4 year old thread bump. There is an M840 dolly and, what appears to be, an S280 for sale locally to me. I've been trying to research the S840 dolly and understand the differences between it and other dollies, such as M720 displayed in the excellent Youtube videos by Stryker Perry: But most...
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    Camo Netting Support Systems

    So the first, and likely oldest, bag in my post just above, has a large tear in the bottom, and the hook & loop is fairly worn, but it uses steel D-rings. The second bag above (Type IV) uses plastic rings and 4 of which are broken, but the vinyl seems to be in relatively good/great shape. Do...
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    Camo Netting Support Systems

    I have recently came across two more LWCS camo nets (and a Type III NOS transport system, aka "burrito" bag), but I was intrigued that the bags were a bit different, in different ways -- I assume age and manufacturer. The first feels like the oldest style of vinyl, and reminds me of plucked...
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