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Old 30-04-11, 23:00
Dean (Ajax) Dean (Ajax) is offline
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Default Aerial Base No 28????

I was at a friends place today..he had an "Aerial Base No 28" with the number ZA41843 on it..he doesn't know what radio it fits..odd looking thing

Any Ideas?

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Old 30-04-11, 23:44
Lynn Eades Lynn Eades is offline
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Can you post a picture, so that we all might know, when you get your answer... Please?

Carrier Armoured O.P. No1 Mk3 W. T84991
Carrier Bren No2.Mk.I. NewZealand Railways. NZR.6.
Dodge WC55. 37mm Gun Motor Carriage M6
Jeep Mb #135668
So many questions....
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Old 01-05-11, 03:10
Bruce MacMillan Bruce MacMillan is offline
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That base is a post war general purpose base. It can be used with a variety of standard copper aerial rods. It is part of the kit for a C42 set installed in the M152 sigs van and probably for the M37 as well.
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