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BELinNC
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Re: New member in NC

Post#31 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:05 pm

Yea, The OT 810 was awesome. Loved the big air cooled V8 diesel. 11 gallons of rotella for each oil change! After owning it for about 10 years it threw a rod through the case on the day I delivered it to the new owner. Luckily he was/is a friend and we found two donor engines and I got one good engine out of all the parts. Up and running again after year and a half delay!

BELinNC
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Post#32 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:11 pm

Hey thanks on the translation on the unit. That sounds good. I was afraid it might have been the porta potty disposal penal battalion!

WOLF_250GD
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Post#33 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:19 am

BELinNC wrote:The previous owner added a well done power converter panel to run 12 volt accessories and charge cameras, cell phones etc. He also rigged up a couple oscillating fans that are wired to this panel.


That panel looks slick.

How are the two back seats and wood floor? Does it have the gun rack?

Such a great looking vehicle. Can't wait to see it out at Uwharrie.
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ExpeditionWagen
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Re: New member in NC

Post#34 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:57 am

difflock wrote:Nice. Is there someone that makes similar aftermarket hitches?


I am having a batch of 20 hitches made. Ready in a few weeks. I always say a week weeks and then it turns into a few months :lol: or years :shock:
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gmaschine
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Re: New member in NC

Post#35 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:00 am

BELinNC wrote:Yea, The OT 810 was awesome. Loved the big air cooled V8 diesel. 11 gallons of rotella for each oil change! After owning it for about 10 years it threw a rod through the case on the day I delivered it to the new owner. Luckily he was/is a friend and we found two donor engines and I got one good engine out of all the parts. Up and running again after year and a half delay!


Ouch that must of been expensive. Thanks for sharing the info.

gmaschine
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Post#36 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:01 am

BELinNC wrote:Hey thanks on the translation on the unit. That sounds good. I was afraid it might have been the porta potty disposal penal battalion!


I had a Bundeswehr expert confirm the markings and I was close!

2nd Company
Artillery Recon = Artillerie Aufklärer
Battalion 345 (L=Lehr, training school)

http://www.deutschesheer.de/portal/a/he ... S2EK1C1032

BELinNC
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Re: New member in NC

Post#37 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:15 pm

Thanks, You were right on the money. Don't see any splinter holes in the Wolf so I guess they kept it out of range!

BELinNC
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Re: New member in NC

Post#38 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:19 pm

Interesting link too. Glad to see the Wolf is still listed as active duty

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PNZWGN
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Re: New member in NC

Post#39 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:44 am

Willkomen! Looking forward to meeting-up... there are few of us mid-atlantic 460 owners in your area.

It would be great if some of us mid-atlantic folks could meet up this summer at Uwharrie. You could show us the ropes... since you've been there. There are at least half a dozen G's and one Lexus that would make it :lol: .

Also, you could really kill it in your Wolf as the "G-chief" of Pineland! Always wanted to participate in that. One of my college roomates was ODA3236 and we've talked about hanging out down there for a session.

Looking forward to seeing you on the trails.
Regards,

S.P.R.

PNZWGN Mk II build thread: https://clubgwagen.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=5605

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PNZWGN
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Re: New member in NC

Post#40 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:50 am

Also... I trust you know about this: http://militaryaviationmuseum.org/ and this: https://www.aaftankmuseum.com/

Neither is that far away from you and the MAM has plenty of ground exhibits included a functional 88. Took my G there last summer and plan to go back this year during a live day.
Regards,

S.P.R.

PNZWGN Mk II build thread: https://clubgwagen.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=5605

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