Monday, 11 June 2012

This is what the inside of the spare wheel looks like. This rim wouldn't be used in place of
 the roadwheels, it is merely there to provide anchorage of the spare wheel which
revolves and is an aid for not getting bogged down in rough terrain.
Here again is what was thought to be the camo pattern, a patch was
left  behind the wheel for posterity which doesn't matter now. 
This is the outlet from the ducting mentioned earlier, it leads to the centrally
 mounted transfer box, not sure just how much cooling it provided though. 
Interesting markings found on the square spare wheel bolt. 
More interesting markings found on the tyre. Details like this
are  important to capture to aid in the history of the vehicle.

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