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Old 13-12-10, 22:14
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Default Carrier sprockets and flare boxes for sale.

For sale, original period NOS flare boxes with internal round cartridge dividers. They are in their original paint with three coloured lid and are in great condition although dusty. Believed used in Bren/universal carriers, blitz trucks plus other types

The boxes are located overseas and are to be sent to the UK some time early in the new year. They are £175 including delivery to the UK, delivery onwards can be arranged at cost. .

As part of the same shipment NOS rear sprockets are available too they are £300 a pair delivered to the UK. Onwards shipping arranged at cost.

If you are interested please contact me via pm for further details


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Old 14-12-10, 14:33
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Those flare boxes are for the Australian LP2 and LP2A carriers, won't fit a UK/Can carrier without fabrication.
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Old 14-12-10, 20:33
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Ben dont quote me but the can brit carriers mount the flare box onto one of the engine bay doors in the radio op's compartment... dont quote me though.
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Old 14-12-10, 20:54
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Default Richard , Ben, etc.

The only difference, is the two bolt tabs are removed, or on the side.

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Old 15-12-10, 11:08
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Having looked at some pictures, it seems Lynn is correct. same box but without the tabs. I cant tell how they are attached to a Brit/Canadian carrier from the pictures i have, sorry. perhaps someone can help.

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