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combat32

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Ground is too wet to do much here today, so I decided to try and free up my truss kit. I picked up an almost complete set a few years ago and they were rusted shut.
I was able to free up everything except the brace, she snapped off not sure how I will fix that. Anyone seen a spare brace floating around anywhere? I still need to pick up a couple quick disconnect pins and the heim joints that go at the bottom.
 

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combat32

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Headed to Texas next weekend to pick up 5 more good used tires, thanks to some members on SS, they were hauled from Phoenix area to Austin for me, one looks like a European tread design, wonder if this style is a recap done in Germany?
 

SgtMajHarper

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A couple of my wheels are stamped inside Sankey England, never noticed it before , also most of the wheels in my pile have no stamping at all. Were these early goat wheels? Later wheels made for the Army in Europe?
Today I painted my rims for the new recap tires I bought a while back, got 3 of them swapped out on the truck. I checked the rims and all 6 were marked Sankey England, 5 of them an A/71 stamp, 1 with a G/69 stamp.
 
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