Bedford QLD


Bedford QLD

Infobox Weapon
name=Bedford QLD
origin=UK
type=GS cargo truck
is_vehicle=yes
is_UK=yes
length=19 feet 8 inches/5.99m
width=7 feet 5 inches/2.26m
height=10 feet/2.54m
weight(empty)=7225 pounds
weight(loaded)=15400 pounds
suspension=Wheel, 4 x 4
speed=
vehicle_range=156 miles/250km
payload_capacity=3 tons
armour=none
engine=Bedford, 6-cyl 3.519 litre petrol
engine_power=72 hp
crew=1 + 11 passengers

The Bedford QLD was the GS (General Service) cargo truck version of the QL series.

History

The Bedford QL was in production from 1941 to 1945. Approximately 52,250 were produced in total. The QLD was the most numerous version in the series.

Variants

*QLB
** Bofors gun tractor
*QLR
** Signals vehicle
*QLT
** Troop carrier

References

Bart Vanderveen (1989) 'Historic Military Vehicles Directory'

External links

* [http://www.armyvehicles.dk/bdql.htm Bedford QLD at armyvehicles.dk]


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