Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Woodsman » Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:52 pm

I didn't know what one was so I used Google.

That thing is completely and entirely badass looking.

This would make a sweet basis for a mobile office/RV/motorhome.
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Moosehead » Thu Sep 29, 2011 2:28 am

Hitoru wrote:So have any of you kind folks..

Ever owned, or had to maintain one ?

Like a 710.

This could be a good place to start for North America
http://www.rockymountainmoggers.com/linkpinz.html
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby khalampre » Thu Sep 29, 2011 1:30 pm

I went by to check it out day before yesterday and it was gone. I have driven past that damn thing for two weeks now, and the minute I tell someone about it, poof! Sorry brother.. Give me a shout if you are in the area. BTW, if you are in the area we can go burn that guy's trees down! Kidding, but I am pretty pissed at the guy over that little stunt.
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Hitoru » Fri Sep 30, 2011 1:07 am

There wouldn't be any profit in torching that spoiled asshole's lot.

Let me know when you can getaway for a hog hunt, my austin county boys got it going on. Just get yerself down here I'll take care of everything else.
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Woodsman » Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:04 am

jealous.
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Kurt » Fri Sep 30, 2011 6:51 pm

Jealous? If that is all you feel then you are a stronger man than I am.

What I am feeling is similar to what Bill Murray's character in "What About Bob" felt when he moved in with his psychologist, so I am planning on "just showing up" at Hitoru's house and never leaving so I can live the life of guns and strange vehicles. This will cause him stress in trying to get rid of my needy ass, but I am sure his family will get oddly attached to me in some way.

So prepare a bed Hitoru. And remember that loud noises make me soil myself and I get carsick easily, but we will have a ball.

(and I need a vaporizer running at all times at night or else I will not be able to sleep. And I am allergic to all foods except lion and horse meat.)
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Hitoru » Sun Oct 02, 2011 10:23 pm

No need to be jealous there woods, you will shit when you see how expensive the parts are for this thing .
The original mil spec plugs & wires:

Part No.: SAV1035
Description: Complete set of 5 wires Original Military Style
Price: 498.00 US$
Availability: OUT OF STOCK
Condition: NEW

They are some trippy water- proof screw in the distrib and onto the spark plugs type.
I bought the exel/bosch civvy replacements for $200. Cap, plugs rotor & wires. Made a big difference as the old ones were shot.

My big problem is a leaking front differential seal. and all the of boots on the axles are shot. Fun fun fun !

Linky to parts drawings/price lists:
http://www.pinzgauer.com/parts.php?cat=pinzgauer&id=dwg

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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby khalampre » Mon Oct 03, 2011 5:23 pm

Let me know when you can getaway for a hog hunt, my austin county boys got it going on. Just get yerself down here I'll take care of everything else.


I think that I am weeks away from being able to move on from my current position. I would love to be able to spend some time shooting hogs. I just found a lot of ammo for some of my WW2 bolt guns. It may not be the best way to kill a hog but I can pretend to be shooting a German while holding my old 303. I wonder if we could dress them up in some Hugo Boss first.
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Hitoru » Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:51 am

So far I have learned that :
Pinz's are easy to work on.
The parts are expensive.
The drive train is loud as fuck on the road.


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With the seats removed, engine shroud off, and the front cooling tin removed, as the engine was not charging I had to fix the burnt out molex connector between the alternator and coil . I also adjusted the idle and sync'd the carbs. Man she purrs now.

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I replaced all the oils in the transmission, transfer case, both differentials and all four portals.

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Bled all the brakes.

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Specs

Engine:
Air-cooled by axial fan four-cylinder four-stroke in-line engine.
Bore / stroke 92/94 mm, swept volume (displacement) 2499cc. Output depending on compression ratio:
Version A: Compression ratio 7.5:1, output 64kW (87hp) At 4000 rpm, max torque 177Nm (18kpm) at 2000rpm
Version B: Compression ratio 8.0:1, output 64kW (92hp) At 4000 rpm, max torque 183 Nm (18kpm) at 2000 rpm
Two special cross-country, down-draught dual carburetors Zenith 36 NDIX. Micronic air filter with intake silencer.
Drivetrain:
All wheel drive. Hydraulically operated single-plated dry clutch 240 mm diameter, fully synchronized five speed transmission with central control lever, gear ratios:
Standard Gear Ratios for 710 and 712:
Transmission:
1st - 5.33:1 2nd - 3.24:1
3rd - 2.05:1 4th - 1.3:1
5th- 1.0:1 R - 5.47:1
Axles: 2.846:1. Portal Wheel Hubs- 2.266:1
Highspeed Gear Ratios for 710 and 712:
(turbo diesel 5 sp)
Transmission:
1st 4.25:1 2nd 2.51:1
3rd 1.48:1 4th 1.0:1
5th- 0.747:1 R - 4.03:1
Axles: 2.846:1. Portal Wheel Hubs- 2.266:1
Fully synchronized two speed transfer case. Gear ratios:
710 4X4 High 0.88:1 Low 1.0:1
712 6X6 High 1.69:1 Low 1.92:1These transfer cases can be interchanged for custom gearing.
Axle drive by way of bevel gear differentials to pairs of spur gears in the wheel hubs. Front axle with completely sealed parallel joints. Both the front and rear hydraulically operated differential locks, which can be operated separately while in motion.
Chassis and Suspension
Torsion resistant central-tube chassis with swing Axles (independent wheel suspension) Incorporating the transfer case and the axle drives. Front and rear coil springs (dual each side on rear) (710 4X4). Front coil and rear parabolic leaf springs in the rear (712 6X6) Additional progressive rubber hollow springs and double- acting shock absorbers. Self-supporting body in various executions.
Steering:
ZF-Gemmer worm steering with roller as separate wheel steering with split track rods. 5 turns from lock to lock. Turning circle 10.37 m (4X4) and 12.28m (6X6).
Brakes:
Dual circuit power brake system. Drum brakes. Brake drum diameter 285mm, brake lining width 76mm, total braking area 1718cm squared (4X4) and 2520cm squared (6X6). Duplex-type front wheel brakes, duo-servo rear wheel brakes. Hand brake acting on the drive shaft (on all wheels) via axial discs.
Electrical system:
24 volts (Two 12 volt batteries in series)
28volt DC, 35 AMP alterna
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby nowonmai » Wed Nov 09, 2011 5:16 pm

What's with the British camouflage material - are you going to be a British gunbunny re-enactor?
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Hitoru » Thu Nov 10, 2011 12:27 am

I was wondering how snide you would be. The only British thing I would want to re-enact is giving it to a Susan George look a like (without the buck teeth) ala straw dogs .

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The shirt was $ 3.00 at the surplus store, how could I pass it up ?
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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby nowonmai » Thu Nov 10, 2011 12:44 am

Hitoru wrote:I was wondering how snide you would be. The only British thing I would want to re-enact is giving it to a Susan George look a like (without the buck teeth) ala straw dogs .

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The shirt was $ 3.00 at the surplus store, how could I pass it up ?


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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby Hitoru » Wed Nov 23, 2011 1:06 am

Like my art car ?
My own rolling deer stand.

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Re: Pinzgauer-WTF do you know ?

Postby diamondcutter13 » Wed Nov 23, 2011 3:40 pm

Chicken wire cam, love it. Great job!
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Re: Pinzgauer-filling the drive train.

Postby Hitoru » Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:04 am

I used the plastic netting you get at the liquor store for your bottles to make the patterns.

So I have been using grandpa's old flexible funnel (with the built in can opener), teflon tape wrapped around old tubing from my home brew kit to fill all the chunks that take gear oil. It takes like 10 minutes or more for the oil to drain out of the funnel. Do I need some kind of pump ?


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On the job today @ Sheldon Reservoir, 20 miles from my home. About 30 minutes without using the freeway .

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