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6th September 1921
Page 15
Page 15, 6th September 1921 — HINTS ON OVERHAULING.
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-"IEW series of articles which we have published —I have aroused such widespread interest and maintained that interest, as have ouf articles =:aling with the overhauling of those chassis which re the best known and most. -widely used in this iuntry. The overhauling of the Vulcan vehicle, Erich 15 dealt with elsewhere in this issue and which No. 19 in the series, should appeal strongly to the large number of users of this make of petrol but it should be read in conjunction with the 7evious articles, and particularly with that one deal.g with the testing of the overhauled chassis. Every one of the articles contains valuable inferation which can, in many instances, be applied merally as welt as to the vehicle specifically menconed. Realizing this from the first, we have pre-' rued a large number of reprints of each article on tperior quality paper, and also stout binding covers i which the reprints can be kept and added to from me to time. The price of each reprint is sixpence,

but the binding covers will be supplied free on application.

6o great has been the demand for these. articles that the stocks are running low and users or repairers who wish to complete their sets should order those required at the earliest opportunity, as there might be delay under Shemetime pressure of supplying further reprints when those at present in hand are exhausted. We shall, of course, continue to make reprints of further articles in the series as they are published.

Such an opportunity for" learning all about your chassis" and for keeping on record all you have learnt, may never occur again, and the wise repairer who deals with commercial vehicle chassis wourd also do'-well to keep handy a complete set of the overhauling articles, as he can never know when he might be called upon to repair or overhaul a chassis which, but for the hints given in one of the articles, would be entirely strange to him and to his men.


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