RB44's are soon to be ''released'' on the unsuspecting public. I can hear the knowing chuckles growing as I type. But all joking aside, this was once a usefull bit of kit before the MOD got hold of it . The 66's and 75's the utility companies bought ( the base model offered to MOD) are still going strong. Most of 'em are rough, but they don't die easy! and their usually battered appearance is a testimony to their endurance at the hands of disgruntled, or ''dissengaged'' employees doing their best to wreck 'em and budget cutting bosses cheapskatin' on maintanance. So!, whatever did MOD do to fek'em'up?. I know there are plenty who will tell of the rb44's faults, but I bet there's also a few that can tell WHY (mechanically), the faults occurred, and I'll bet a few of 'em, could put 'em right as well!. (But the boss would'nt listen, 'eh mate!). So, if you know how you'd put an rb44 right and how they differ from civvy' models I'd love to know (comic answers are always appreciated) 'cause I'm a Dodge fan cautiously anticipatin' a rot free, professionally maintained 4x4 Dodgy Dodge comin' my way!.