Specifications

Our Pinzgauer is a Model 710M, build 1975 for the Swiss Army. Itís specs are:

Dimension/Performance

710 (4X4)

Wheelbase (mm)

2200

Wheeltrack front/rear (mm)

1440/1440

Ground Clearance (mm)

335

Length (mm)

4175

Width (mm)

1760

Height (mm)

2045

Vehicle Weight (dependant on version) (kg)

1950-2100

Load Area length/width (mm)

2245/1570

Payload (off road) (kg)

1000

Axle load front (kg)

1500

Axle load rear (kg)

1550

Turning Circle (m)

10.37

Fording Depth (mm)

700

Front Departure angle

45 degrees

Rear Departure angle

45 degrees

Towing Capacity, road/off-road (kg)

5000/1500

Max Speed (kmh)

110

Min Speed (kmh)

3

Climbing Ability

100%

Fuel Consumption (Average on road) (mpg)

16.6

Fuel Tank Capacity (l)

75 (125 optional)

Engine

The motor used in all 710-712 Pinzgauers is an air-cooled, inclined four cylinder, four stroke, in-line petrol unit.

Cubic Capacity (cubic cc)

2499

Bore (mm)

92

Stoke (mm)

94

Power (kw/Din HP)
(dependent on design spec)

64/87 at 4000 rpm
63/85.5 at 4000 rpm
60/82 at 4000 rpm

Torque (Nm/mkp)
(dependent on design spec)

180/18
184/18.4

Compression Ratio
(dependent on design spec)

1 : 7.5
1 : 7.0

Carburator

2 X Zenith special cross-country, dual down-draught 36NDIX

Ignition Timing

1-2-4-3

Crankshaft

5 bearings, alloy heat-treated steel

Camshaft

5 bearing, in crank-case

Camshaft Drive

From crankshaft via helical gear

Valve Arrangement

Overhead, operated by push rod and rocker arm

Lubrication

Pressure lubrication with one return and one pressure gear pump

Oil Cooler

Ribbed radiator with superimposed thermostat in oil filter case

Oil Filtering

Full flow micro filter

Fuel Supply

Mechanical fuel pump

Voltage

24 V

Electrical Equipment

two batteries 12V/66AH, radio suppressed according to Nato NA 10 Standard.

Alternator

28V 35A

Drivetrain

Clutch

Fitchel and Sachs single-plate dry clutch, 240mm diameter, hydraulically operated  

Gearbox

ZF Fully synchronised 5-speed unit with central gear lever  

Gearbox Ratios

First:         5.33
Second:    3.24
Third:        2.04
Fourth:      1.30
Fifth:          1.00
Reverse:     5.47  

Transfer Gearbox

ZF Fully synchronised 2-speed unit  

Transfer Gearbox Ratios

Road:       0.88
Off Road: 1.69

Axle Drive

The axle drive is by way of the bevel gear differential, to the pairs of spur gears in the wheel hubs.
Each differential incorporates a hydraulically operated differential lock, which can be operated independently and whilst in motion 

Axle Drive Ratio

2.846 (13:37)  

Spur Gear Ratio

2.266 (15:34)  

Front Axle

Completely enclosed/sealed parallel joints.  

Chassis

Torsion resistant central tube chassis with swing axles (independent wheel suspension) incorporating the transfer case and axle drives  

Front suspension

Coil springs  

Rear Suspension

Coil springs with additional progressive hollow rubber aeon cones 

Steering

ZF-Gemmer worm and roller (5 turns lock to lock)  

Brakes

Drum Brakes.
Dual circuit power assisted system
Duplex-type front wheel brakes
Duo-servo rear wheel brakes 

Drum Diameter and Lining width (mm)

Front:   285/76
Rear:    285/76 

Total braking area (cm2)  

1718

Hand brake

Acting on main drive-shaft.  

Wheel type

Disc type with asymmetrical deep rims  

Wheel size (inches)

6.50 X 16  

Standard tires (Swiss Army)

245 x 16C (6ply) Maloya

Optional tires

245 x 16 (6ply) SEMPERIT All Service
7.50 X 16 MICHELIN Type S (Sand Tires)
245/85R16

 And who says that a Pinzgauer(horse) canít be nice??????

© 2002-2005, K. Juergen Schoepf