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Early Model Unimog.

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SpecificationEdit

  • introduced: 1955
  • discontinued: 1980
  • width: 2130 mm (84 in)
  • length: 4.9 metres (16 ft)
  • height: 2190 mm (86 in), cab height: 1600 mm (63 in)
  • cargo bed: 3000 by 2000 mm (118 by 78 in), 2130 by 2080 mm (84 by 82 in) with double-cab
  • wheelbase: 2900 mm (114 in)
  • turning radius: 13 m (42.6 ft)
  • empty weight: 2900 kg (6390 lb)
  • gross weight: 4400 kg (9700 lb)
  • tires: 10.5 x 20 (DOT)
  • fuel: 2 x 60-litre (15.9 US gal)
  • ground clearance: 400 mm (15.7 in)
  • fording (w/o equipment): 800 mm (31.5 in)
  • traverse angle
    • on a side slope: 42 degrees
    • approach: 45 degrees
    • departure: 46 degrees
  • climb: 70% grade
  • descent: 90% grade
  • average fuel consumption (gasoline): 10–14 mpg (US) (24–17 L/100 km)
  • engine: 2.2-litre straight 6 SOHC (Mercedes Benz M180) 80 HP (60 kW)
    • Shielded Distributor Ignition, 24 Volt Electrical System
    • 2 Barrel Zenith NDIX-32 Carburetor
  • transmission gearing
    • forward: 14.93/8.23/4.47/2.46/1.52/1.0
    • reverse: 20.12/11.09

See alsoEdit

ReferenceEdit

Wikipedia Unimog page (split from original main article)

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