In the 1980s and 90s the Australian Defence Force introduced a much-modified Land Rover 110 as the Defence Force's basic lightweight utility vehicle. The radio versions of this vehicle are known as the "Truck, Utility, Lightweight, FFR (Fitted For Radio), MC2" and the "Truck, Utility, Lightweight, FFR, Winch, MC2" respectively. These are specialist variants of the basic Australian Land Rover 110 Perentie.
Although never its official name, the Australian Defence Force Land Rover 110 is known among military vehicle enthusiasts as the "Perentie". They are almost universally considered to be the most capable Land Rover 110/Defender vehicles in the world. The "Perentie" was popularised around the world as Major Les Hiddins' vehicle in the hit TV series "Bush Tucker Man".
This handbook reproduces the Australian Army's Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Instructions for the "Fitted For Radio" variant of the Land Rover 110 "Perentie". It's 42 pages comprise a complete electrical and mechanical repair and servicing handbook for the specialist parts and equipment fitted to the "Fitted For Radio" models of the Perentie. The handbook is designed to complement and supplement the much larger handbook for the Perentie Cargo & General Service 4x4 base model.
Available for the first time in print, this Supplemental handbook for the Perentie FFR is designed as a workshop reference manual. Don't rely upon loose paper printouts. This edition is purposefully a low cost option and it never goes out of print, so you can keep one copy with the vehicle and another in the workshop.