Thats no powersteering....that is a " i will help you steering" electric unit, cant compare it with a hydraulic steering.
But if it works...
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don't worry about air cooled engines; they are designed to work at a wide range of temperatures, and your radiator won't leak :-) the disk brakes area definite advantage over the drums, automatic vs. manual shift is a matter of personal preference, but the petrol trucks are usually half the price o...
- Mon Nov 02, 2020 2:58 pm
- Forum: General chat
- Topic: Another electric Pinz project
- Replies: 3
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Its the driveline that makes the pinzgauer different from all the rest....without that its no use to convert a pinzgauer, its beter to build a whole new car from the grond up
Yes i know but they are in someways beter than the petrol ones due to having discbrakes, powersteering, and automatic gearbox ( most of them) . The petrol ones.....well if the drive train and engine are ok you cant go wrong so look if there are no big oil leaks under the axles, hi/ lo gearbox , chec...
- Sat Oct 24, 2020 4:49 pm
- Forum: CLASSIFIEDS: Pinzgauers, Haflingers and Volvos For Sale. Parts and Goods too!
- Topic: PinzFDS now available
- Replies: 15
- Views: 1074
Pfff...pinzgauers are driving 40+ years on there mechanicle fuelpumps so why would you change it...it yust comes down to maintanance or a overhaule and your mech. Pump is ready for an other 40+ years
Like discribed as above i do think its a valve problem ( # 4 exhaust) so the head has to come of for inspection , this is easy to do. If it dousnt smoke to much blue by taking oil and underpressure through the pistonrings i would leave it like it is ,but if you want to make it 100% a light sanding (...
Well it all comes down to the drivetrain realy.....if that is ok without big problems than you are a big step ahead. So make sure the engine is free and complete, no big oil leaks under the gearbox and axles, look at the swivels on the front axle that they have nice crome on them....
- Sat Aug 08, 2020 6:10 am
- Forum: Brakes, Suspension & Tires
- Topic: Parking Brake issue after replacement
- Replies: 2
- Views: 863
Only thing i can think of is that the steel disc( s) are or wobbled ( not flat like a discbrake) or are to wide from each other ?