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Ask the Miggens Brothers. Chris might be able to give you a lead.Oh. ..many years ago a fellow unimog owner ask me if i wanted a copy of my mogs data card....i gave him the i.d.number and he sent a copy of a data card from daimler benz with all the info my unimog came from the factory with....numbers of engine ...gearbox...axles....steering box...the brand of tires...even that it was equipped with a heater...nice still have it...i dont know how you can get a copy of yours...but there must be a way....that was nearly 30 years ago and i cant recall the fellow owners name.
I have traded or sold ferret parts off and to this day kick myself...thought i would never need or want them....now i need them and cant find them....oh well...
Joe, Ferretboy. I may be going to take a ride, in the direction of a Moog guy I know. He might have books or info you can use, if I know what you might need. naturally in German, but who knows, maybe he has something in English. He sells parts and make repairs. I can ask. Cant hurt, wont cost a penny.
Well far is a relative word..every car I drive..and everything is old and has more then 200000 miles on it brakes down. Used to it...sometime expect it even and else murphy is always there to help me out... I never go anywhere without tools and and some amount of spare parts..Great strories ....that seems a major task to repair gauges.....would think it cool to drive a mog out anywhere.....my old mog is lucky to get very far from the garage.....im terrified to brake down.....getting it home again....i think thats great you are brave enough to go out for a drive....very nice you enjoy the hobby.....David
Yes , I have seen that, actually that is where I got the part numbers from the tachometer and amp meter... They do not mention voltmeter but ????
Johan, you consider yourself new but you have learned and done more than most in your short time as a Unimog slave. Keep up the good work. I enjoy your thread too.
That voltmeter looks nice! I would like a vm in my trucks, if the source is found. My three 404 mogs never had voltmeters, just ammeters and the red 'charging' light as an indicator that all is well.
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