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Denning Hi-Deck Landseer History.

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Re: Denning Hi-Deck Landseer History.

Postby landseer1 » Mon Mar 28, 2016 8:02 pm

escapes wrote:Three of the best, in one of the above posts, somebody mentioned the High Deck performed better, it had aa different chassis to the conventional Landseer along with stiffer panard rods to keep it level.

With Manly Coaches having number plate TV15, I find that maby a bit confusing as AAT had 000 to 15 and held them in great regard.


Haha cheers, I thought this model must have been different underneath. I always figured it was the dual tyres on the tag that helped the handling.
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Re: Denning Hi-Deck Landseer History.

Postby Denv12 » Tue Mar 29, 2016 4:59 am

landseer1 wrote:
escapes wrote:Three of the best, in one of the above posts, somebody mentioned the High Deck performed better, it had aa different chassis to the conventional Landseer along with stiffer panard rods to keep it level.

With Manly Coaches having number plate TV15, I find that maby a bit confusing as AAT had 000 to 15 and held them in great regard.


Haha cheers, I thought this model must have been different underneath. I always figured it was the dual tyres on the tag that helped the handling.


The Lansdseer coaches had an option for dual tyred lazy axle at some point. Briscoes Coaches in Adelaide had one.The high deck would have had some differences in the chassis,for example the wheelbase and rear overhang were different to the usual Landseer coaches.
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