4x4: 1-tonne, lightly modified LR 110 LWB with Isuzu 3.9D
- "reprinted" from the
RACV member's journal `Royal Auto' magazine Dec 1994,
A 4x4 fitted with `training wheels',
not to stop the Land-Rover falling over:
Hydraulic jacks can lift most of the weight off the driving
wheels to simulate skid conditions for driver training.
Note the early 110 style angled sliding side-windows.
a brace of 4x4 at the
exercise, the top-end of Australia, August 1995,
with permission, DOD
6x6: 2-tonne, new chassis and cab, wider track,
RR/110 4spd running gear, Isuzu 3.9TD.
Very early models had a standard 110 cab and standard front track
but wider rear track.
Later models have a new cab and wider front track to match the rear.
(Picture taken at LROC field-day 1991+-)
The third axle is driven from the PTO (cf. the 101 powered trailer)
by a third prop-shaft
which passes over the middle axle by means of a universal joint.
Front suspension is by coil-springs.
Rear suspension is by leaf-springs;
the centre and rear leaf-springs overlap and are connected
by a cranked, load-balancing rocker:
Ambulance and tray photographed at LROC field-day 1990+-.
long range patrol vehicle (Australia Day 1995);
there is a machine-gun mount in the rear.