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Volvo FL6 Carmichael 4x4 JI3AEV
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No: 33547   Contributor: Stuart Purves   Year: 2012   Manufacturers: Carmichael, Volvo   Country: United Kingdom
Volvo FL6 Carmichael 4x4 JI3AEV

Ex BAA Stansted airport WrT now operated by 1st Defence Fire & Rescue as a WrT/RIV.
Picture added on 06 December 2012 at 23:01
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Single rear wheels? Interesting.

Added by Jeff on 07 December 2012.
Is that because it maybe a 4x4 appliance for Airfield work.

Added by Bob ewing on 07 December 2012.
I'm with bob there because of the design of 4wd axles you can only really have super singles on them

Added by Sean Griffiths on 07 December 2012.
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