ALL-TERRAIN PINZGAUER TOURS FULL TOUR WITH MUSIC
ALL-TERRAIN PINZGAUER TOURS 1-800-WHITEWATER http://pinzgauertours.com/
Ride in an high-mobility, all-terrain military vehicle, also known as a
Pinzgauer, to a private mountain world with rugged terrain, hidden lakes,
and beautiful vistas. Your driver will chat about local lore and history as
you Pinz up and down 10 miles of rugged trails, pass shear rock faces, and
straight down the mountainside
Six Wheelers / Amphibious ATVs
This is some footage of http://www.6x6world.com 's semi-annual six wheeler
ride at Busco Beach ATV park in Goldsboro, NC from the weekend of April
15-17, 2011. With strong storms rolling through the area that produced
sizable tornadoes, several members had to cancel their plans to attend the
event, but even so, there were around 50 6x6 World members and over 30 six
and eight wheel amphibious ATVs that made it.
The footage in this video shows several different ATVs manufactured by
Argo, Max, Attex and Hustler. It's interesting to watch the different
models and how they excel in certain situations compared to each other.
Busco Beach offers many different types of terrain to ride in from sand to
mud but we typically find most of our trail rides end up in the muddier
trails on the outskirts of the river that surrounds the park. That is
where the majority of this video was shot.
Pinzgauer 712m Engine Voltage Check
Skip to the bottom of this note if you want the results in a can!
Today Bob, Harrold and myself spent some quality time testing the voltages
all over the Pinzgauer. It seemed to be ok but I still don't understand
why it would die out when the battery gets disconnected...? the other
thing I don't get is why the red wire on the back of the alternator would
be at greater than 60 volts whilst running...?!? I did notice this time
that when I start the truck the "charging circuit" light fades away
immeadiately. That's good? I'm pretty sure that is a good thing.
At the end of the day it is a very good running truck and seems to not have
any real troubles minus the fact that the batteries left me high and dry a
few days back.
Here is the "Nutshell" results:
Before starting engine:
Battery 1 @ 12.5v, Battery 2 @ 12v, Batteries in series @ 24.3v.
Engine Running @ Idle
Battery 1 @ 12.2v, Battery 2 @ 11.7v, Batteries in series @ 23.9v.
Alternator - Engine @ Idle
I used the bolt head where the ground strap connects the alternator to the
block for a ground point.
Ground to Red: 73v (I was shocked so I poked it a few more times), 68.3v,
Ground to Yellow: 10v
Ground to Black: 0.3v
Ground to "Blue": 29.2v (I think it was blue)
Molex Plug - Engine @ Idle
I used the same ground point for Neg lead and Pos lead jammed into the side
of the Molex that would be accessible with the tin still in place - This
was done after I had killed the engine with a battery disconnect and
Ground to Red: 23.9v
Ground to Yellow: 11.0v
Ground to Black: 23.8v
Ground to Blue: 29.1v
Ground to Green: 23.8v
Pinzgauer 2 Light Utility Vehicle | Military-Today.com
http://www.military-today.com/trucks/pinzgauer_2.htm The Pinzgauer 2, or
second generation, was developed in the 1980s by Steyr-Daimler-Puch. It is
a further development of the original Pinzgauer. First vehicle of the new
line was produced in 1986. Since it's introduction the second generation
Pinzgauer went through several minor revisions. Currently production rights
of this military vehicle belong to BAE Systems and the Pinzgauer 2 is still
in production. It is in service with Austria, Malaysia, New Zealand,
Switzerland, United Kingdom and some other countries.
Pinzgauer II Light Utility Vehicle | Military-Today.com
http://www.military-today.com/trucks/pinzgauer_2.htm The Pinzgauer II is a
further development of the Pinzgauer light utility vehicle. It was
developed by BAE Systems. It has increased mobility, payload, performance
and protection. It is available only in 6x6 configuration. Currently
production rights of this military vehicle belong to BAE Systems and the
Pinzgauer is produced in the United Kingdom. More information on