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I bought these last summer. I thought they were just too cool to pass up. I don't know what I will ever do with them, but I assume they are relatively rare. thumbsup.gif





Just another odball device for the arctic life. w00t.gif Now all I have to do is figure out what type of chains or straps were used to hold the wheels down. Does anyone have pictures of these in use, or mabey a manual? Any help would be appreciated.



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They were probably used to tow a howitzer behind a snow cat. Danny




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I forwarded this link on to my colleague over at the Field Artillery Museum, Mr. Gordon Blaker. Gordon may have manuals for them. If not, I'm sure he'd love to see them!



In memory of 1LT Julius C. Goldman, XO of F/330th, 83rd Infantry Division 1944-45.

Looking for ETO/MTO P-47 and Tactical Reconnaissance Unit photographs and any items associated with WWII Jewish fighter pilots.

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