Waggoner Posted 30 November , 2011 Share Posted 30 November , 2011 A colleague has been transcribing a War Diary and has come across a reference to a "short lock waggon". So far, he has been unable to find out what this term means. Based on information found on other internet sites, it appears that short lock refers to the method of fastening the upper frame or box frame to the lower carriage frame. It seems that the Canadian short lock version was more prone to roll over on sharp turns and rough ground. Are there any experts who can shed some light on this question? All the best, Gary Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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