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Old 02-10-18, 10:26
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Default Next carrier question div plate

The question is:
Which one of these division plates is Canadian (the other is British) These holes are the clutch throttle holes.
I am cutting one out, and want to copy the Canadian one.
Thanks guys and gals.
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Old 03-10-18, 01:22
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My Canadian one was the same as the top one in your images buddy
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I have noticed that before. Evidently photos display differently depending on your computer. On my PC they are side by side but possibly on a tablet they are above each other.

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And I was thinking Richard didn't know the difference , but you are probably onto it David.
Thanks everybody for the help. (You too Richard)
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On my phone they are stacked rather than side by side
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All good Richard. I knew what you meant. Thanks Bud.
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Next question;
There are two holes for 3/8" bolts on the gunners side of the div. plate.
They are above the lower left back rest bracket. One is right at the un equal angle iron where the div. plate meets the hull side and the other is about 75mm in.
What are they for? (once again, it is a Canadian MkI* U.C.)

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Are you referring to the 2 holes to bolt the front mount for the Boys rifle as in my picture ?
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That'll be it thanks Dave!
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