Monthly Archives: July 2013

Miroslav Liskutin flies again in a Spitfire

Originally posted on Free Czechoslovak Air Force:
Earlier this year 93 year young, great-grandfather, S/Ldr Miroslav Liškutín DFC, AFC was reunited with Spitfire Mk IXc, MK912, an aircraft he had last flown in 1944 whilst serving during WW2 with 312…

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Military OZ tires, and what that means

One thing you’ll notice, sooner or later, if you deal with military vehicles: The tires that they use are often marked “Military OZ”. What that marking denotes is an OZone stable tire – designed for long shelf life, and able … Continue reading

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Ah, decisions, decisions…Cummins 24 valve versus putting in a 12 valve…

I’m waffling on either getting rid of my built Subbins truck – a few of the specs are: 1986 body Dana 60 front w/ Detroit Locker, Warn hubs Corporate 14 bolt rear with FF, Detroit Locker Cummins 24v with 275RV … Continue reading

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