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Old 01-11-20, 21:41
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Default Spare wheel carrier for 3-ton CMP

For sale due to change of projects: spare wheel/tyre carrier for 3-ton CMP trucks.

Fits Chevrolet C60L and comparable trucks. The carrier can hold one 20 or 16 inch wheel (16" wheel not included in sale).

Complete and in very good condition.

Asking EUR 395.-

May (part-)exchange for C15 4x2 or Ford F15A 4x4 parts.

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Old 01-11-20, 22:00
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Default Spare wheel carriers

Added some pictures of spare wheel carriers for reference.

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It looks like the Dodge D60S used this type of carrier too:

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Comparable Ford carrier opens to the other side:

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Old 01-11-20, 22:14
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That's an interesting variation on the clamshell tire retainer shown on the Ford GS without tarp. Do you have any idea whether that's a production variant or a replacement fabricated locally. In any case, it looks like it would be much simper to replicate than the "more normal" clamshell.
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Old 01-11-20, 22:24
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That's an interesting variation on the clamshell tire retainer shown on the Ford GS without tarp. Do you have any idea whether that's a production variant or a replacement fabricated locally. In any case, it looks like it would be much simper to replicate than the "more normal" clamshell.
Grant, that is a production variant of the fixed part of the carrier.

The Chevrolet carrier is mounted to open to the left, the Ford one is mounted to open to the right. One of the many variations between Ford and Chev CMP which are otherwise identical
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Old 01-11-20, 22:30
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There goes that idea... I didn't see a pivot or the little ramp section but was being (excessively) optimistic that a simple solution was presenting itself.
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Old 02-11-20, 03:14
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Its exactly like mine, sep 44 production. C60L 10.50 x 20 sterling tire.
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Old 26-11-20, 16:33
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Sold pending payment.
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Old 04-01-21, 10:36
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Another on has come up for sale in the Netherlands (not mine):

Go to https://www.generaaltjes.nl/Adverten...ervewiel-steun for contact details

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Old 04-01-21, 23:24
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Default F60S '42 Cab 13 Derrick body spare carrier?

Just wondering where my spare should be? Have the big winch in the bed and anchors for the derrick. Bed fits against the cab. Dave
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Old 04-01-21, 23:28
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Default Engineers' Lorry with Body Type Winch

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Just wondering where my spare should be? Have the big winch in the bed and anchors for the derrick. Bed fits against the cab.
Hi Dave,

In your type of truck the spare sits in a bracket in the RH front of the body.

See http://www.mapleleafup.net/forums/sh...ad.php?t=1371:
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Old 04-01-21, 23:33
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Another on has come up for sale in the Netherlands (not mine):

Go to https://www.generaaltjes.nl/Adverten...ervewiel-steun for contact details

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Looks like a Ford one for 30cwt and 60cwt trucks.

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Just wondering where my spare should be? Have the big winch in the bed and anchors for the derrick. Bed fits against the cab. Dave
Dave, I believe if it had a spare it would be positioned inside the rear body; against the left or right hand side wall, near the front.

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Sorry Hanno...I hadn't noticed we were wirint a reply at the same time!


Dave....I have had another look at the position of the spare wheel; so far I have found the Dutch post-war picture I posted is the only exception to the rule, with the spare wheel carrier positioned in the left front of the body......all others show it on the right hand side. Have a search here on the forum, RichCam posted some pictures of a Derrick truck with the spare wheel carrier, and I believe Barry also posted pics of another example.

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Default F60S derrick spare

Thanks all I have this Info in my file now. Dave.
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Old 06-01-21, 16:48
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Thanks all I have this Info in my file now. Dave.
Now you know what to go looking for ;-)
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Old 06-01-21, 16:50
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Sold pending payment.
This is Jos Van der Auwera's C60L. The spare wheel carrier will be fitted to this truck sometime soon (transport is delayed due to COVID).

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Another Ford one:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/6233...6068959507615/

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