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Pinzgauer enthusiast

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#3
Need some more pictures of the Pinz actually being used in the wild - too many pictures of them just sitting on someone's driveway!

Well done for fixing it away from most of the world's support system for such vehicles!

John
 

Pinz716

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#4
Hi Alan and John

If you have a look on my web site you can going various sections with plenty of pictures showing working on Pinzgauers to using them. Couple of months ago we did a 650 mile trip here in the UK with quite a bit of that offroading.

http://www.pinzgauerworld.com

You probably already know that in England and Wales we get to use tracks that are classified as byways and unclassified roads. This are normally old routes from years ago some date back to Roman times and some are old drovers roads.

I live very close to one of the UKs Military training areas called Salisbury Plain. Its the largest in the UK and we have quite a lot of byways that are on the training area. So quite often we pass all sorts of military equipment including tanks.

I have listed my web site as its saves a lot of time adjusting photos to upload onto your site

Steve
 

Andrew

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#6
Hmm. One day when I am big...

Thanks for showing us. Btw why did you have to strip down a wheel reduction hub in that Africa trip?
 

Pinz716

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#7
Bit more than the hub on this occasion. I had to take out rear axle out and stripped down along with Transfer box also out to fix. So quite a bit of work I had to do, along with electrics and a few more problems.

Hubs strip down I have had to do quite a few to replace oil seals common problem if a Pinnie has been standing for a while.