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Bailey Bridge

March 12 2012 at 3:00 PM
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Response to what is the difference between Bronco Bailey Bridges types?

Hi Greg,

There are two versions from Bronco both have the US designation, M1 & M2 the M1 should be narrower than the M2 but I have not seen the M1 in the flesh. I have the M2 (actually I have two) and there is a height discrepency with the panels. The Bronco Panels are too short and the kit is missing sway braces and enough Transoms.

However if you want two M2's then drop me a line and we can work something out, remember that I am ex Royal Engineers and I am a touch particular about Bailey.

Regards

Brian


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  1. thanks... i want a Bailey though so which one to buy? - Greg Samson on Mar 22, 3:55 AM
    1. Bailey Bridge - Brian O'Donoghue on Mar 25, 12:07 PM
      1. I've had both... - Perry on Sep 6, 11:37 AM
     


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