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 Living on the Road :: WORTs :: #05


 

Name   Lil
Time to build Basic conversion when purchased
Chassis/cab   Bedford Chassis and Running Gear by GMH, body by ANSAIR
Engine   petrol
Gearbox.   5 speed manual
Drive train   hi-lo range transfer case
Suspension   Spring
Steering   Power ram assisted
Drive   4x4, we do have very manual free wheeling hubs (ie bolt on bolt off, about ten minutes to change
Wheels   Road tyres ex-Army 12.25 x 20
Sand Tyres 15.5x 20 16 ply Dunlop Implement Tyres (aka Aeroplane tyres) they are almost as tall as a
Suzuki Might Boy Ute
Brakes   Vacuum Assisted Drum
Electrical   12v
Dimensions length
hieght
width
9.15m(30')
depends upon tyres, about 3 metres (9.8')
Weight   6.5 tonnes
Ground clearance body
diffs
?
?
Angles approach
depart
rampover
?
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Fuel   Petrol, 1 x 400 litre tank, LPG Conversion due in Jun/July
Range   About 700 miles on petrol, aiming for 1500 kilometres with Gas plus Jerry Cans
Recovery   ?
Water drinking
general
grey
black
200
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Power batteries
solar
genset

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Appliances fridge
freezer
cooktop
oven
microwave
aircon
Electrolux Gas Fridge Freezer
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Domestic upright Gas stove and oven
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We don't even possess a TV so the microwave is way down the list
10 x sliding windows,1 x 12 volt drivers fan
Shower   Yes
Toilet   Yes
Gas   On the way
Cladding   Galvanized metal cladding
Body   ?
Storage   ?
Comms AM CB
UHF CB
HF radio
Sat phone
?
on the way
on the way
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Other features ?
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