Replacement ball joints

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cobbadog
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Location: beautiful Coopernook NSW. near Taree. NSW. Australia

Re: Replacement ball joints

Post by cobbadog » Mon Mar 25, 2019 4:55 am

Maybe i am having trouble with getting my information down in writing.
Yes, I know my tractor was made and sold here in Australia long after WW2. BUT, the services here continued to use similar if not the same vehicles in peacetime hence this tractor with either Navy or possibly RAAF blue paint with white letters and or numbers could have had a stint with them and have serial numbers and records from the time it may have been in their procession. they stopped buying Land Rovers years ago but still have them in their fleet and the same has possibly happened here.
At no stage have I claimed that this tractor had been involved in a war effort, just possibly had time in the services as there is not many other options for having the blue and white paint on the front of the tractor.

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db2d
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Location: Monmouthshire

Re: Replacement ball joints

Post by db2d » Mon Mar 25, 2019 7:47 am

I would be surprised if your agricultural spec tractor was used for military purposes. David Brown manufactured specific machines for the military for light and heavy duty towing and recovery uses. These tractors although based on the basic agricultural design had many differences.

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