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sizeable rusty metal piece washed up...

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    Angry sizeable rusty metal piece washed up...

    Anyone recognise what this could be? I dont know if its even military or aviation related, found it at the same beach I find aircraft parts but at a further out area where I only found this and a small piece of wellington wing. used my shoe to give an idea of size, very curious what this is, on the top it has some remains of a kinda fabric on it. and kinda looks like its 1 side/half of something like a left side and right side
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    Looks like it could be an engine bearer from an aircraft, but there again it looks like part of the chassis from an old car!...
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    I vote for truck or car chassis rail like gunny says.
    The bracket looks like its for a spring shackle.
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    recently washed up, metal on it is light, anyone any thoughts to as what this could be? aircraft related(?)
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    Looks like the hub of a wire spoked wheel

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    Old bicycle wheel.
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    I should of known that now I feel quite stupid .-) thanks, also washed up is this, aircraft or road vehicle?
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    Quote by brataccas View Post
    I should of known that now I feel quite stupid .-) thanks, also washed up is this, aircraft or road vehicle?
    Spitfire main wheels used 7.50 x 10 1/4 tyres!......
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    Not saying the photo is from a spitfire but it shows it's an aircraft tyre!..
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    cool thx for the info gunny .-)

    few bits and pieces, riveted brass? bit looks like a part of a jet afterburner panel(?)
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    You should take a dive in this place
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