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Here you can find technical and service information on the Renault Dodge / Karrier Dodge 1979 - 1993 50 series of vehicles:
S35, S46, S56, S66, S75
And the RB 4x4 (Non MOD spec Variants)

Now Available
Brake shoe re-lining and Steering UJ Reconditioning
Please email or phone for more info / prices
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Owners and Lovers of 50's, 100's and RB44's Meet Up Sept 2014
East Yorkshire more info here on the forum and here on facebook and for the weekend event fundrasing go here and make a donation, no tickets for this event, as long as we cover the costs see here we can hold it :)

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Online Parts Sales


Other Parts available from stock & to order for Dodge 50's and RB44's, all new unless stated, POA.
Please note not all parts Listed are available for all models.
Phone Sales / enquiries +44 (0) 777 864 3304

On this site there are thousands upon thousands of images, pages, files & PDF downloads of Dodge 50 & RB44Information, Service, drivers handbook, Maintenance and Pictures. Inc. 500 + Pages from the official Workshop manual and 1700 + images / pages from the Parts Manuals and 15,000 + vehicle specific build spec sheets.Plus over 1500 pages from the RB44 Workshop, service and Parts manuals

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For Workshop manuals, service information, galleries and a whole lot more



Who is Me and Why This Site

This Site is maintained and owned by Greg who has
A 1982 30ft S56 Motorhome (Brian),
a 1984 S75 van (Big Vern),
a 1984 S35 Chassis Cab Luton Box Van (Bertie)
1990 S56 Converted Welfare bus (Bonnie Bertha


Here you can find info on the MOD Spec RB44 Vehicles

RB44 Production Video on youtube
Click Here

RB44 Parts Manual
(450Mb PDF)
Also available on CD for £7 inc P&P
(This file will take a few hours to download, depending on your connection speed.)

RB44 Workshop Manual
(4 parts PDF)


Want to know how the RB44 cost the MOD Millions
The RB44 Story


Working daily, this restored RB44 has been converted to Recovery by John of Dial a Tow Ltd (Scotland).

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Contact Greg for new and secondhand parts for 50's & RB44's
0777 864 3304

Parts Contacts Bigger List Here


Big Vern Parked up at
High & Over near SeaFord, East Sussex 1999

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