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M151 M151A1 M151A2 - Como identificarlos?

Notapor m606paz » 15 Dic 2009, 15:19

M151
NSN 2320-00-542-4783
build by Ford, then Willys,then Kaiser.
body build by: Fruehauf Trailer (Willys & Kaiser) Budd Corpn (Ford).

Years built

1960 to 1964
Drive train:

Holley Carburetor
Air cleaner is flat on top
Air Cleaner input had a screened cover, not solid
Steering knuckles have a curved cover
rear suspension has single rubber bumper on each arm
magnesium wheels 1960-62. Steel thereafter
Gas cap - round with ears. Authorisation to remove ears in 1962 (safety).
Body:

Front seats have threaded adjustable feature
Hand Brake is rachet type with push-button and bellows-type boot.
Hood has three chevron-reinforcing ribs on underside and fabricated footman loop for windshield holddown.
Front bumper is straight
Hood latch is single horn type
fabric covered windshield rest
fabric covered top edge of brush guard
oval floor drains
windshield with 2 defroster slots per side
two cowl air intakes
Hood had a cover plate where the fording pipe would go through
Hood did not have a dimple on drivers side where the wire to the a1 turn signal would exit
no mirror or bracket mounted on middle of windshield
rear bench seat without support legs, with footman loops to store top
Electrical:

Electrical in-tank fuel pump
No turn signal
no rear right hand B/O marker light
Generator with separate voltage regulator (25amp), two belts (also on M151A1s up to 1967/8)
Kysor model heater (when fitted)
Vacuum wipers

M151A1
NSN 2320-00-763-1092
build by Kaiser Jeep, then Ford
body build by: Fruehauf, then Budd
Years built

1964 to 1969
Drive train:

rear suspension A-arms used a high-strength steel.
2 bump-stops per swing-arm
Zenith Carburetor
Air cleaner with concentric ribs in top
Body:

Front seats with two slots for adjustment
Hand Brake is over center (Orschlen) type with flat boot
Front bumper is tapered towards ends
Hood latch is double horn type
windshield with 4 defroster slots per side
Hunter Mfg heater (when fitted)
Louver-type floor drains
rear bench seat without support legs, no footman loops to store top
Electrical:

Electrical in-tank fuel pump
turn signal on fender
Generator with separate voltage regulator (25amps), two belts
Vacuum wipers

M151A2
NSN 2320-00-177-9258
build by Ford, AMG
body build by: Budd Corpn. for Ford A2's.
Build years

1970 to 1971 Ford
1972 to 1979 AMG
up to 19xx non-emission version with old style fuel tank (17 gallons)
from 19xx emission-type version with new style fuel tank (16 gallons) and charcoal canister under hood

Drive train:

Engine with manual fuel pump
Zenith carb with fuel return line to fuel tank
non-emission version with normal idle mixture screw
emission type with hidden idle mixture screw
trailing link suspension instead of simple A-arm
Deep dish steering wheel
front wheel brake cylinders 1" (rear stay at 3/4")
Body:

dished fenders for composite lights
passenger safety grab handle

below - early Ford A2 Fender.

http://www.surfacezero.com/g503/data/94 ... arlyA2.jpg


Ford recession for composite light is one single stamped piece.
http://www.surfacezero.com/g503/data/94 ... fordA2.jpg


AMG single single pressed part or later years, 2 piece bucket for light.
no B/O marker lights in brush guard
Single glass pane windshield
rear bench seat with support legs, no footman loops to store top

Electrical:

Composite lights in front and rear
electrical windshield wipers
Alternator with build-in regulator (60amps), three belts
Early ignition standard breaker type, late ignition electronic (Swiss Controls or Prestolite)
M151A2 w/ROPS
NSN 2320-01-264-4819
MWO-9-2320-218-34 describes the upgrade with the roll over protection system. Only M151A2 with a specified soundness of the body were qualified to be upgraded. It is however reported that A1 have been upgraded by the Army (no documentary evidence of this at time of writing).
Dash dataplate relocated to passenger-side dash and overlay plate added.
Position of light switch and ignition switch swapped by usage of a reinforcement plate
trailer socket moved a few inches to the right by usage of a reinforcement plate
center section of wheelhouse support cut out
M151A1C
NSN 2320-00-763-1091
106mm recoilless rifle version of the M151A1
has additional overload springs in rear suspension
M825
NSN 2320-00-177-9257
106mm recoilless rifle version of the M151A2
gas can carrier on driver side
spare tire on passenger side in front
has additional overload springs in rear suspension
M718
NSN 2310-00-782-6056
Frontline ambulance version of the M151A1
M718A1
NSN 2310-00-177-9256
Frontline ambulance version of the M151A2
gas can carrier on passenger side
spare tire on passenger side at rear
M151A2 with TOW
version with guided missile equipment (launcher)
version with guided missile (missile carrier)
both have gas can carrier on driver side
USMC versions
both M151A1 and M151A2
Fording valve as preparation for deep water fording kit
http://www.surfacezero.com/g503/data/94 ... _valve.JPG

Hub caps without lifting eye
http://www.surfacezero.com/g503/data/94 ... ub_cap.JPG

Long untapered bumper with shackles http://www.surfacezero.com/g503/data/942/USMCbumper.jpg


Contract Numbers and Quantities
Ford DA-20-018-ORD-21125 4 050 25Jun1959

Ford DA-20-018-ORD-23240 13 124 28Apr1961

Willys DA-33-019-ORD-3491 14 625 21May1962

Willys DA-20-113-AMC-0846-(T) 9 883 14Dec1962

Ford DA-20-113-AMC-02787(T)(MYP) 7 500 16Feb1964

Ford DA-20-113-AMC-07507(T)(MYP) 42 000 30Jun1965

Ford DAAE-06-68-C-0001(MYP) 49 377 26Sep1967

AMG DAAE-07-71-C-0103-(MYP) 34 984 16Feb1971

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