Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MudFrog, Feb 3, 2005.
Did all M1028's come with Dana 60 / 14 bolts?
No, but I hear the M1008 does.
M1028 is a 120mm anti-personnel canister cartridge designed to be fired from the main cannon of the M1A1/A2 Abrams main battle tank.
Was at a site and they had 6 M1008's for sale and 5 M1028's for sale, all were different trucks and both listed as 1.25 ton
Thanks for clearing it up.
This site says it's the shelter carrier version of the M1008,
The M1028 I believe are the 1.25 ton ambulance with the dana 60 front & trac-loc & 14ff detroit locker both filled with 4.56 gears.
So if I find one claiming to be a M1028 but has a regular pickup bed do you think it really is an M1028? I would really like to get a Dana 60 with a trac-loc.
My M1028 has a 60 and a 14 bolt.
Does your Dana60 have a Trac-Loc.
Ever since the day i talked to ya, i wish you were closer.Good luck with your project, Jacob
Silly military. They use the same designation for lots of stuff.
An M1 is two different kinds of rifles, a battle tank, a gas mask, etc, etc...
Good to know the M1028 is a truck, though. It'll help me broaden my search.
I hear trac-loks aren't worth much in terms of performance. I have one in my D60 but I haven't put it under my truck yet so I can't evaluate it. Rumor has it that one member took out the rear driveshaft, locked in one front hub, and put it in 4wd and the trac-lok couldn't pull the truck forward on level ground. Just my .02
first off... a CUCV ambulance.. is a M1010.
2ndly... the m1028 came in 4 versions.
the m1028 is a SRW version and it had the np208 tcase.
the m1028a1 is a SRW version that had a np205.
the m1028a2 is DRW version of the a1.
the m1028a3 is a DRW version with a np208.
This one is the SRW version, but not sure if it has the 208 or 205..
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