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Urgent Qustion regarding a Bedford Campaigner SB5


Maybe you can answer my question, please?

We don't seem to have the identification plate on our bus that shows the allowed axel weight of the bus.....we really have looked everywhere.

We are trying to get our bus registered in Holland.

If we don't find out the allowed weight with some believable paperwork than we will only be allowed to carry 689 kilo's above our normal weight.
Would you maybe have any idea what the allowed axelwight could be?

Our do you maybe know anybody with a Handbook of the SB5 because a copy of the allowed axelweight out of that book would be acceptable

It's an a British ex army bus.
Type is NJM2BZO / SB5 Chassis
Marshall Campaigner Body
Built in the 70ties
With a Bedford 330 engine.

Thanks in advance!

Ingrid Morrison