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Old 19th March 2009, 22:15   #46
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nice pics param, keep them coming! The white MM550 looks so smashing!!!
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a Kraz owned by airforce. I was happy to help them lolz, err! fiddle it for myself.
after all its was once in a lifetime oppertunity

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This is an interesting thread,

Heres' something you don't see daily on your roads, I've seen this pass by a million times to navy nagar in Bombay.



Rocks, and wants you desire one. Paris Dakar is a drive to Bandra in this one.

Here's some more

sadde khet waste. Kitthe jaana ?

Its a missile launcher platform used by the Indian Army.

the 10x 10 Tatra.

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Old 20th March 2009, 12:24   #49
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great photos and videos posted here, keep them coming!

looks like 4x4 became 6x6 and 8x8 and maybe 10x10!

ok here is anyother photo of full usage of 4x4 by our forces.
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Here is the Ashok Leyland Stallion and the Tata LPTA 2038 used by the Indian Army

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The Hydrema De-mining Vehicle

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Hi All,

Check the below one also.

Tarkesh

Sorry !!

check now.

Tarkesh
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Does anyone have any pics of army 550's in which the power steering is being installed. Someone told me that it is being done out front on the bumper.
I just want to see for myself.
Harjeev, Check Pushkins major out. Its the same way it is installed in a 550

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Something more interesting is the tatra has air cooled engine & the complete suspension is independent, Apart from BEML & tatra has a production plant in Hosur,
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This is an interesting thread,

Heres' something you don't see daily on your roads, I've seen this pass by a million times to navy nagar in Bombay.



Rocks, and wants you desire one. Paris Dakar is a drive to Bandra in this one.


sadde khet waste. Kitthe jaana ?

Its a missile launcher platform used by the Indian Army.

the 10x 10 Tatra.

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Hey amit
I have seen the powersteering on Pushkin's jeep. Infact that is the way they do it in mayapuri.
But in the army version the Bolero P/S is installed, which I think is much bigger than the KOYO ones available in the market. i just wanna see how it looks???


Is the silver and red thing in this post a P/S or smething else?? Its right on the front bumper next to the left fender???

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-of...ml#post1222422

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Hi Harjeev,

I don't think the Army Jeeps come with Power Steering. There is a Bolero Unit with a much higher ratio which improves the steering comfort a lot. I think this unit comes standard on the Bolero and the Pik Up range. Arka has done this modification on his MM540 with some detail pictures in the thread.
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a Kraz owned by airforce. I was happy to help them lolz, err! fiddle it for myself.
after all its was once in a lifetime oppertunity

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Yup this is what I was talking about. The Mighty CRAZ. Aint this Mighty. Grrrrrr...
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Old 23rd November 2009, 14:14   #57
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These are images sent by a very good friend who is one of the commanding officer of a UNMIL in liberia.

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I do not have any pics, but in Leh city I regularly saw a military green Tata sumo 4x4. It had the labels "On Indian Army trial" on the sides, and I think the Army was evaluating it on a trial basis for use up there.
From the body it looked like a spacio done up with a 4WD and bullet proof panes with holes for guns
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nice pics Sir Alec, I feel the Safari is less frequently used in the Army !
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I do not have any pics, but in Leh city I regularly saw a military green Tata sumo 4x4. It had the labels "On Indian Army trial" on the sides, and I think the Army was evaluating it on a trial basis for use up there.
From the body it looked like a spacio done up with a 4WD and bullet proof panes with holes for guns
There are four Spacios in Coonoor with the Army here. IIRC, its been here a while now. See it quite often.
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