How to identify a Bantam T3-C Trailer

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Re: How to identify a Bantam T3-C Trailer

Post by TopKick » Fri Apr 25, 2014 2:48 pm

I have always wondered why military trailers did not have racks and bows, unless it was feared GI's would overload the trailer or forget to remove the racks and bows if having to go in low overhead areas while pulling with a Jeep. 8)
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Re: How to identify a Bantam T3-C Trailer

Post by fiveftsix » Sun Nov 19, 2017 5:14 pm

Also like to add on my late T3-C, chassis still had drain hole cut out in rear cross member
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