Call our Sales Team on 0208 912 2120

Pictures on the right

8th May 1970, Page 27
8th May 1970
Page 27
Page 27, 8th May 1970 — Pictures on the right
Noticed an error?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it so we can fix it.

Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Picture 1 Designed to carry 2500 books, this mobile library body was built for Wiltshire County Council by Longwell preen Coachworks Ltd, Bristol, on a Bedford VAS chassis. Body construction is composite with aluminium panelling on sides and roof. Above the panoramic screen the front dome is grp, shaped to give a modern coach-type appearance.

Picture 2 Seddon-Deutt Ltd is now fitting tipping gears made by Talehoist Ltd, Cheltenham, ea standard equipment on new dumpers. The selected Telever gear is a double-acting single ram, •peclaily designed for use with Continental chassis, and rated to tip loads up to 20 tons with a 65 deg. angle of tip. Five Maglrus-Deutz 28-ton gvw dumpers, fitted with Telehoist 10 cu yd bodies and tipping gears, are seen on a motorway project.

Picture 3 Largest platform trailer so far produced by Seadyke Freight Systems, of March. Is this model SP/34/2W, 4Oft long with widespread 20 tons running gear and plated for a gtw of 29 tons to match an overall 34 tons when this is allowed. The trailer weighs 4 tons Minn arxi was supplied with the ERF tractive unit through Sellars and Batty ISales) Ltd, Peterborough, to Charles Transport Ltd, Sutton Bridge, for general haulage.

Picture 4 Just entering service In the Bristol area on door-to-door paraffin deliveries is this Ford Transit-based tanker supplied by Midland Tankers, West Way, Oxford. The 35cwt custom chassis cab has a heavy duty frame end suspension and to deal with continual stop/start work the 2-litre V4 petrol engine has a pre-engaged starter. The 400gal tank was made by Charles Roberts and Co Ltd, Wakefield.

Picture 5 Unusual feature of this 26-ton Mastiff bulk powder tanker by Oliver Rix (Commercial Vehicles) Ltd, Stoke-on-Trent, is a tractorlayshaft-driven pto operating a heavy-duty blower which pressure discharges the 17ton load. The unit, which was built for J. L Cooper Ltd, of Stoke, is fitted with Peak running gear.

comments powered by Disqus