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    G'day everyone,...



    I have a 'Heavy Parcel' waiting for me to collect at the post office.

    Card left under the door mat yesterday.

    Pictures coming later,....



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    Well on one of my M35A@'s, in resonce to a spongy brake pedal, I adjusted all the brake shoe to drum clearances, and then bled the hydraulic sysem. But the brake pedal is only about 1/2 up from the floor before it activates the shoes> What ccould it be?
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    G'day everyone,....



    Got my Vic-1 Coms system for my Deuce,....



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    A Deuce is what you get when your TONKA toy is all grown up!



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    Quote Originally Posted by whatadeuce View Post
    Well on one of my M35A@'s, in resonce to a spongy brake pedal, I adjusted all the brake shoe to drum clearances, and then bled the hydraulic sysem. But the brake pedal is only about 1/2 up from the floor before it activates the shoes> What ccould it be?
    You bled the airpack first, I assume, then the wheels? Do the brakes themselves work as they should? If so, it could be simply the pedal itself needing adjusting.
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    Looks good, I picked up one last year, but is still in the box it came in. Seems I forgot I bought it and left it in the truck in the cargo area. Might want to go unpack it for grins.
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    G'day everyone,....



    Got my Vic-1 Coms system for my Deuce,....



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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhuey1n View Post
    Somewhere out in the barn I’ve got a massive snatch block. I guess I should dig it out and see what I’ve got...
    Found them! I actually had three of them... I might have another one around here... The pics were taken with them sitting on a 20mm ammo can.
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    Very Cool Aussie! I've been looking at intercom systems too. The Vic-1 seems complicated, so I haven't had the time to really sit down and figure out what all the components are. That'll be a fun project, and being able to talk to passengers is a plus.

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    G'day everyone,....



    Got my Vic-1 Coms system for my Deuce,....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Privatewrench View Post
    Very Cool Aussie! I've been looking at intercom systems too. The Vic-1 seems complicated, so I haven't had the time to really sit down and figure out what all the components are. That'll be a fun project, and being able to talk to passengers is a plus.

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    I have all the components plus spares. I can dig around and give you the list of stuff that goes into the VIC 1. I have a complete VIC 1 installed on my Gun Truck War Wagon.
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    1972 M35A2 WO/W “Tribute to Lt Col Ken Bourland”, aka “Warthog”
    1970 M35A2 W/W “War Wagon”, Vietnam War Gun Truck Tribute
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    2 each M211's 1 W/W, 1WO/W
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    1 each M1009
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    1 each G506 Fire truck “Sparky”
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhuey1n View Post
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    I have all the components plus spares. I can dig around and give you the list of stuff that goes into the VIC 1. I have a complete VIC 1 installed on my Gun Truck War Wagon.
    Wow! That would be awesome of you. I hate for you to go thru too much trouble. I'm sure I can eventually figure it all out with some more time with Professor Google, but would certainly appreciate any knowledge you can pass along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhuey1n View Post
    Found them! I actually had three of them... I might have another one around here... The pics were taken with them sitting on a 20mm ammo can.
    What is that last one from? It is one heavy suck*r and I never really found out where it was used. I have one of these.
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