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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > Kent windscreen.
Kent windscreen.
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robbob
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Forum Posts: 26
14th Apr 2017 11:22  
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Hi All.
I'm looking for some detailed drawings or pictures of the type of Kent windscreen used on the RAF Crash Tenders.
Do any of you chaps have anything of the like or can offer some advice on the making of?.
Thanks.
Robbob.


"Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana"
Dave M
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Forum Posts: 1044
15th Apr 2017 19:22  
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There are details on ebay of modern clear view screens try
http://nor-mek.com/window/clear.html for a good detailed drawing with measurements.
Dave


Live long and prosper

Dave
robbob
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Forum Posts: 26
15th Apr 2017 23:03  
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Hi Dave.
Thanks for the link, it's useful to see the mechanics of the Kent clearscreen, I have found some other old b/w photos online that look similar to the ones on the fireboats so I probably have enough to go on now.
Thanks.
Rob.


"Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana"