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  1. Larry, Pretty sure those go down on either side of the instrument panel, pretty much out of sight. There are two of them and where your cutouts are there should be bolt holes.
  2. Guys, I have a nice set of late 20" track for sale. These originally came with my weasel, I ran them for two seasons in the snow and then worked with Mike Howard to develop the LAR track. After that I no longer needed them. Since then, they have been sitting in my shop on two pallets on pallet racks, properly stored on edge, with large radius bends. The bands are original BF Goodrich Rubber which is has some cracks in the rubber... BFG tracks commonly have some cracks by now, and the compound has a higher durometer than the Mondajlen Rubber bands from Norway and I believe they are a li
  3. Guys, I have a new set of LAR track, these have not been used. They have been stored properly on edge in a container and are on two pallets ready to ship. I have two sets of these and don't need two sets. Price is $11K New LAR track is $14K if you have any detailed questions give me a call at 208 845 0823 This is a google voice number that patches through to my cellphone. If you don't get me directly leave a message and your phone number. Thanks, Rob
  4. Thanks for the education Alexander! That is now the definitive published guide to Swedish weasel history! Lots of mods... I especially like that color photo of the two swedes eating lunch next to their weasel. I wonder what happened to the 200 wiper motors? probably scrap 🤐 Sorry to put you through all that! Great job on the details and congrats your new BV m/48! Seems like you may have the only ones out there?...doesn't the Swedish army have any in a military museum? Norway has a nice 106 Recoilless Norwegian Weasel in Museum.
  5. That looks like a 1956 (#33) letterkenny rebuild data plate.....likely also a letterkenney hull. look for vertical welded seams.
  6. John, You are getting close to a running/driving machine! Excited to see you move it under it's own power... Have you ever driven a weasel? Nice work...and perseverance! Rob
  7. Yes it would be fund to hear/see about the Bandvagn mods... will this be the only one restored like that in the world?
  8. Dan, You are doing some nice looking work here...Way to go! Nice to see another T-15 coming back from the brink of extinction and with a great caretaker. These were the truly expendable weasels with a 1000 mile service life and no zerk fittings for bearings in the suspension 😬 Great job and keep it up we are all looking forward to the results! Rgds, Rob P.S. and yes, your new shop is really tidy!
  9. NOS these hold the windshield ARMs to the body. One set only. $35 contact me on the board or at flxdsn(at)gmail.com Thanks
  10. These are impossible to find. Bows are easy to make, but this is one of the hard parts. One set only CNC milled in the USA from original drawings. 90/set. contact me on the board or at flxdsn(at)gmail.com Thanks
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