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No: 37344   Contributor: Alan Ramsay   Year: 2014   Manufacturer: Bremach
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On line these are ex mod and have less than a 1000 miles on , never issued according to the vendor and will be tilt tested before sale , they would need to be but is that with the ladders on the roof and equipment or not and why did the mod not want them apart from thier looks ?
Picture added on 16 May 2014 at 12:06
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I believe they didn't have a big enough Tank for airport regulations as they where to be used as RRV style machines and they tipped easy! One was wrecked during trails

Added by John Mc Ateer on 16 May 2014.
I thought they looked like they would tip , its one thing doing a static tilt test and another whilst doing 50mph lol !!

Added by Alan on 21 May 2014.
West Midlands had a few recently got shot of them due to stability issues and complaints re use, I hope no UK brigade buys these.

Added by John Johnstone. on 21 May 2014.
One had gone to Falklands for use at their airports!

Added by John Mc Ateer on 22 May 2014.
What is the track width of this vehicle? It seems incredibly narrow when judged relative to its height which would explain the instability.

Added by TBone on 03 April 2015.
North wales have 8

Added by on 03 April 2015.
They are fine. Plenty in use safely throughout Europe. Let an idiot get behind a wheel and they will turn anything over. It used to be called driving skill.

Added by John Stott on 08 April 2015.
not to sure on this but I was told the first one to be overturned with this batch for the RAF was driven by by Bremach's own driver showing its caperbilities

Added by DAVE ELMS on 16 April 2015.
One can always buy a Unimog if needed ;-)

Added by Martin Siegel on 17 April 2015.
North wales havent has much luck with these ... Ones caught fire.. ones dumped Urs fuel tank full of fuel and ones I was told was rolled over..

Added by on 20 April 2015.
sorry john , in europe they dont put ladders etc on the roof the ladders etc make it top heavy , Bremach said they would be ok and the plainly are not , the track is too narrow for the likes of wales where they have turned one over and to blame the driver is an atrocious judgmental statement to make , the manufacturers got it wrong , that is the issue nothing else . also the build quality is awful , for instance the interiors fall apart in weeks not years, it is not a good bit of kit, it is a bad peice of kit why else would the army sel them of after only a few weeks in use ? I have driven one and I can assure you when you come to the first corner you soon find out how bad it is and that is on the flat and on tarmac!

Added by Donald Maclean on 03 May 2015.
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