Contact emmado He might be able to help. This is on my "To Do" list for Monday.
Always a good thing. I'd be interested in finding out more about my M if the info is out there, d.
Recently I located a truck on Steel Soldiers down to the company that used it. I just hope I can get it running soon, looks like engine have not run for some time First I will need to do a real good clean up and pressure washing.
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Found 2 new? My to do list - 1-New batteries, replace fuel, try start 2-replace control box and glow plugs, add ground cable, try start 3-bring to a diesel shop if 1 and 2 fail Edit -- Kindly a member replied with the GA Auction result against my serial number and this HMMWV come from GA Auction.
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In the base configuration, the Mseries trucks had civilian volt electrical systems with a 50 amp alternator. Military 24 volt power, enhanced amperage, and blackout lights could be added with kits. Other specialized changes were made for individual models in the series variants, such as auxiliary rear springs.
These trucks could carry a crew of three in the cab plus additional personnel if equipped with a troop seat kit for the cargo bed.
Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle
No winch was supplied with any of the Dodge trucks in the M or M series. Front grille position of turn signal lights. From TM , Figure The turn signal lights in the front panel of the trucks underwent a change of position during the production life. Trucks produced before 19 August had the turn signal lights under the headlights while trucks produced after that date had the turn signal lights inboard of the headlights, as shown in this drawing:. M dataplate, typical for Mseries Dodge vehicles.
Photo: Vintage Military Trucks.
American Car Collector July-August 2014
Variants of the M include the M88x series 4x4 and M89x series 4x2 ;. The M89x 4x2 versions of the Dodge M88x series, including the ambulance, are identical to the equivalent 4x4 model but without the front wheel drive.
The 4x2 versions are therefore approximately pounds lighter in curb weight. Operation of such trucks was limited to hard-surface roads where 4x4 was not needed. There are many fine websites that have additional information on this topic, too many to list here and too many to keep up with as they come and go.
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