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PalmSpringsAirMusuem.org
01-29-2006, 23:50
Anybody know where i can purchase a m198 dolly converter? It's for Our m35a2 Deuce at our Air Museum. We wna to be able to pull a small semi-trailer. Anybody that knows where i can pick up a m198 or another dolly converter for cheap, i would appreciate it.

Dave

Recovry4x4
01-30-2006, 10:59
Bet Barstow Truck Parts has one. Hey Leonard, ever see a dolly over there?

denisek5935
01-30-2006, 23:09
I saw one on GL, yesterday.

ken
02-01-2006, 22:11
Drat has one. I can't rember where he got it, But he told me they had a lot of them.

ida34
02-02-2006, 01:34
What do they go for?

NEIOWA
02-14-2006, 14:14
Anybody know where i can purchase a m198 dolly converter? It's for Our m35a2 Deuce at our Air Museum. We wna to be able to pull a small semi-trailer. Anybody that knows where i can pick up a m198 or another dolly converter for cheap, i would appreciate it.

Dave

I assume you have your 504c3 nonprofit and are registered for transfer of DOD surplus thru your state Fed surplus property office. If so there are 2x dollys listed at Ok City, Ok. Now in DOD status so will be a couple of weeks before your Fed Surplus office can req. Tell them you want.
DOLLY,TRAILER CONVE 2330005690782 W45LGC53540020A

Used convertor dollys are surprisingly expensive to buy. For a used civilian dolly (same as a milspec) check out www.truckpaper.com

Desert Rat
02-14-2006, 15:30
I paid $200 for mine from Clarksville, TN.