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Aide Memoire 11-08-10 17:08

Cool! Thanks.

Mine has the 'authorized' holes in the front fenders (to the degree of swiss cheese) where the mirrors were mounted, then broke through from vibration, then were re-mounted by drilling the holes somewhere else. Yay. I'm guessing the mod was done because we never seem to have run without the doors on, and after awhile you couldn't even recognize buildings through that supposedly-transparent vinyl much less see the mirrors in their factory position (I've seen some U.S. ones with two mirrors mounted rather than the standard driver's side only. Works quite well if you run without doors.)

The cage and the fender mirrors are not going back in this one, so it'll have the shifted-forward radio mounts as per the cage install but will retain the older rear antenna setup with the M38A1 type main ant bracket and the M38A1-type rear corner bracket. I'm hoping to have it cam-painted for the Abbotsford Airshow this weekend as we're still sitting on some original IRR paint at work that's still perfect after however many years it's been.

I'll put some pics up after. We scrounged a ton of CANADA plates from the vehicles in the Cold Lake/ Jimmy Lake hard target holding compound (mostly off the old deuces and SMP 5-Tons) so I should be able to make up a decent set with my CFR by mixing and matching stick-ons with the aid of a hair-dryer :D Worth a shot.

Andy

Scott Bentley 18-08-10 19:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ed Storey (Post 134511)
Did Canada use the M40A1 106mm Recoilless Rifle on the M151A2, I was under the impression that weapon was only mounted on the M38A1.

As far as M151A2 use in Petawawa goes, I know that 2 Field Ambulance used them and 2 Combat Engineer Regiment and 2 Military Police Platoon did not.

According to the EDR Viewer, the Canadian Airborne Regiment and 2 Field Ambulance were the only users in Petawawa.

This is all of the info relating to 1/4 Ton Vehicles on the EDR Viewer as of today
[EDIT]Sorry, this was also meant to read that requests for CFR Data is limited to the following 1/4Ton ECC's

ECC Codes and Quantities:

M151A2
121401 = Basic = 913
121405 = W/AKEE?? (Only a few of these existed and were all in Chilliwack) = 5
121408 = Cable Layer (Only 1 in the system was in Valcartier) = 1
121411 = TOW Missile Launcher = 9
121412 = TOW Missile Carrier = 2

M38A1CDN
121116 = Ceremonial = 5

M38A1CDN2
121201 = Basic = 616
121202 = W/Winch = 96
121203 = Ambulance = 7
121208 = Cable Layer = 4
121209 = Cable Layer W/Winch = 6
121210 = 106mm RR = 10

M38A1CDN3
121301 = Basic = 457
121302 = W/Winch = 19
121303 = Ambulance = 14
121308 = Cable Layer = 14
121310 = 106mm RR = 62
121315 = Ceremonial Vice Regal = 4

CJ-7
121526 = W/AKEE = 195

Iltis
121501 = Basic = 1995
121503 = Ambulance = 63
121508 = Cable Layer = 77
121511 = TOW Missile Launcher = 6
121512 = TOW Missile Carrier = 4
121519 = W/Tailgate = 296
121527 = MP Kit = 63
121901 = "VW" Iltis Basic (Trial??) = 4
121911 = "VW" Iltis Ambulance German = 1

Mike Baker 20-08-10 06:24

Scott:

Hilarious - I was about to come on here and ask you if you had a breakdown on which ECC's were which, and like magic here it is already!

I managed to get copies of some of the same printouts that you obtained, and they raised a couple of other questions that I am hoping you or someone else on the thread might know the answer to:

1) How accurate would a Holding Unit History be? The records indicate that my truck (67-07840) was initially held by UIC 0122, CFB Chilliwack. But the Holding Unit History indicates that it was held by 1732 (CFB Edmonton Det Wainwright) from 01-JAN-67 (the default acquisition date for all '67s) until 20-MAY-80. To add more confusion, the Work Order history details only indicate 5 work orders, with the pre-1980 ones being performed by UIC 2208, which was ADM (Engineering and Maintenance). That, I believe, was the predecessor of LETE. Post 1980 the maintenance was performed in Chilliwack. Did LETE or its predecessor have a facility in Wainwright? I seriously doubt the truck went back and forth to Ottawa. My thinking is that the truck started in Wainwright, spent time with "LETE" there and was then sent to Chilliwack in 1980. Does that sound plausible?

2) If the ADM(Engineering and Maintenance) precursor of LETE did have my truck in Wainwright, any idea what they might have been doing with it?

3) Three modifications are listed:

30010000CF003
30100000CF014
30103000CF004

Any idea what these were? I suspect one is the M151 air filter, and another is the windshield washers, but no idea about the third.

Thanks for any info you can provide.

Scott Bentley 20-08-10 12:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike Baker (Post 135196)
Scott:

Hilarious - I was about to come on here and ask you if you had a breakdown on which ECC's were which, and like magic here it is already!

I managed to get copies of some of the same printouts that you obtained, and they raised a couple of other questions that I am hoping you or someone else on the thread might know the answer to:

1) How accurate would a Holding Unit History be? The records indicate that my truck (67-07840) was initially held by UIC 0122, CFB Chilliwack. But the Holding Unit History indicates that it was held by 1732 (CFB Edmonton Det Wainwright) from 01-JAN-67 (the default acquisition date for all '67s) until 20-MAY-80. To add more confusion, the Work Order history details only indicate 5 work orders, with the pre-1980 ones being performed by UIC 2208, which was ADM (Engineering and Maintenance). That, I believe, was the predecessor of LETE. Post 1980 the maintenance was performed in Chilliwack. Did LETE or its predecessor have a facility in Wainwright? I seriously doubt the truck went back and forth to Ottawa. My thinking is that the truck started in Wainwright, spent time with "LETE" there and was then sent to Chilliwack in 1980. Does that sound plausible?

2) If the ADM(Engineering and Maintenance) precursor of LETE did have my truck in Wainwright, any idea what they might have been doing with it?

3) Three modifications are listed:

30010000CF003
30100000CF014
30103000CF004

Any idea what these were? I suspect one is the M151 air filter, and another is the windshield washers, but no idea about the third.

Thanks for any info you can provide.

The VMO Unit Data seems to be fairly accurate with the Jeeps, but in your case, there is about 7 years worth of info missing. Comparing work orders against the VMO data, looks like it went from Wainwright to Chilliwack in 1980.
Looking at the work orders prior to 1980, in the sub heading it says: Maint Coy ASU Wainwright. The Admin Engr/Maint bit seems to be the generic nominclature info for Base Maint, as nearly all have that heading, mine included. I think your Jeep was also part of the Base Tpt Veh Pool while it was in Wainwright as no lodger Unit was listed in the Maint logs. One repair was also performed in Calgary. The Powerpack was most likely changed in 84, as 16.5hrs of "Corrective" work was performed on it in that entry.

Rob Love may chime in as to what the actual Mods are, as I only know what the M151A2 Mods translate to.

Scotty

matthewq4b 30-08-10 22:12

If some one has a chance could they look up the following.

It is for an Armstrong MT500 (well M50 actually) Motorcycle.

Not sure of the year.

The only tag I can find on the bike has the following info.

Engine number 193843
Frame number EC0059


Thanks in advance Matthew

rob love 31-08-10 01:39

Quote:

"30010000CF003
30100000CF014
30103000CF004


Any idea what these were? I suspect one is the M151 air filter, and another is the windshield washers, but no idea about the third."
C30-010-000CF003 is a generic modification for SMPs. It could be the seatbelt installation, but I can't say for certain. The seatbelts or the windshield washers are possible. I may have the answers downstairs in one of the many milkcrates of CFTOs I have squirrelled away, but no promises.
C-30-100-000/CF014 is the modification to the lower generator bracket to prevent busting the ears off the alternator. It consisted of some sliding bushings (which would just sieze anyway).
C30-103-000/CF004 should be a mod for the Cdn3. I am afraid I do not have anything on this one in my main book.

There was no mod to go to a M151 air filter. That pattern of filter assy was standard from the factory on both the Cdn2 and Cdn3 series of M38A1s.

Scott Bentley 14-09-10 18:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by matthewq4b (Post 135621)
If some one has a chance could they look up the following.

It is for an Armstrong MT500 (well M50 actually) Motorcycle.

Not sure of the year.

The only tag I can find on the bike has the following info.

Engine number 193843
Frame number EC0059


Thanks in advance Matthew

CFR Information
CFR No 78552
CFR Year 1986
Serial No MTEC0059
Actual ECC 120104
Authorized ECC 120104
NSN
ERN 30905
Holding Unit 0109
DA Unit 0109
Date Acquired 28-Jul-86
Cost 0
Alloc Code MB
Comm Suite
Current VMO DP355942 - 13-Sep-94
HN Date 06-Oct-94
Pending? No
Disposed? Yes
Disposal Date 06-Oct-94


Holding Unit History

As of 14-SEP-10

CFR No Departure Arrival HUIC Unit
78552* 17-May-93 14-Sep-92 0122* CFB CHILLIWACK
78552* 14-Sep-92 17-Jun-87 1776* 1 CER
78552* 17-Jun-87 08-Apr-87 0122* CFB CHILLIWACK
78552* 08-Apr-87 07-Apr-87 1776* 1 CER
78552* 07-Apr-87 28-Jul-86 0122* CFB CHILLIWACK

Work Order Details

As of 14-SEP-10

CFR Number : 78552

Format Work Order Number SS Date Completed CIN HUIC Usage Qty Parts ($) Rebuild
6 L78552 22-Mar-91 223* 1776* 5698 1 0 NO
6 L78552 24-Oct-90 223* 1776* 5698 1 27 NO
6 L78552 12-Feb-90 223* 1776* 4161 1 0 NO
6 L78552 30-Aug-88 223* 1776* 1758 1 25 NO
6 LZ8552 11-May-87 223* 1776* 437 1 0 NO

Looks like you've got a Sapper's Bike. It also showed 5700kms at the last Maint entry in 1991.

302Trooper 22-09-10 02:06

Here is a needle in the hay stack but I hope you can help
 
Scotty,

I was lucky enough to find another M38A1. This time it is a CDN 2. The only sticker on the dash besides the Data plate is a 6. The vehicle manufactuer number is 7105 97670 C
Any chance you can pull up some info on this jeep with this limited info. It was owned by a former service member. I picked it up off a guy who was going to Bubba it up. It is complete with manuals, canvas and all the lights. Of course it is hurting when it comes to rust.

Thanks
Dave
302Trooper

rob love 22-09-10 04:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by 302Trooper (Post 136426)
Scotty,

I was lucky enough to find another M38A1. This time it is a CDN 2. The only sticker on the dash besides the Data plate is a 6. The vehicle manufactuer number is 7105 97670 C
Any chance you can pull up some info on this jeep with this limited info. It was owned by a former service member. I picked it up off a guy who was going to Bubba it up. It is complete with manuals, canvas and all the lights. Of course it is hurting when it comes to rust.

Thanks
Dave
302Trooper

CFR is 68-08403

302Trooper 22-09-10 21:00

Thanks Rob
 
Any background info in the system on this M38A1 CDN 2 CFR 68-08403?


Thanks again
Dave
302Trooper

roy ginn 22-09-10 22:28

Iltis 87812
 
Hi,

I was wondering if you could provide me with the history of Iltis 85-87812?

I would really be curiuos to know the ECC histroy and mods done to the vehicle over the couse of its life.

Thanks,

302Trooper 16-10-10 11:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by 302Trooper (Post 136472)
Any background info in the system on this M38A1 CDN 2 CFR 68-08403?


Thanks again
Dave
302Trooper

Scotty, Still hoping you can pull something up on this CFR for my M38A1 CDN 2 CFR 68-08403

Thanks
Dave
302Trooper

Robin Craig 30-10-10 22:44

Request
 
Dear Sirs,

could you please shed any light on CFR 29848 which may be a 1997 so 97 29848 is likely number

Thanks

Robin

Scott Bentley 03-11-10 20:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by 302Trooper (Post 137463)
Scotty, Still hoping you can pull something up on this CFR for my M38A1 CDN 2 CFR 68-08403

Thanks
Dave
302Trooper

CFR Information
CFR No 08403
CFR Year 1967
Serial No 7105-97670
Actual ECC 121201
Authorized ECC 121201
NSN
ERN 30103
Holding Unit 0107
DA Unit 0107
Date Acquired 01-Jan-67
Cost 0
Alloc Code MA
Comm Suite
Current VMO DP356296 - 28-Aug-86
HN Date 08-Dec-86
Pending? No
Disposed? Yes
Disposal Date 17-Nov-86

Holding Unit History

As of 03-NOV-10

CFR No Departure Arrival HUIC Unit
08403* 06-Jun-86 01-Jan-67 2104* 2 Fd Amb

Work Order Details

As of 03-NOV-10

CFR Number : 08403

Format Work Order Number SS Date Completed CIN HUIC Usage Qty Parts ($) Rebuild
6 L01354 14-Jun-83 294* 2104* 53675 1 80 NO
6 L01214 02-Sep-82 294* 2104* 50496 1 15 NO
6 L01167 26-Apr-82 294* 2104* 49563 1 0 NO
6 L01121 23-Feb-82 294* 2104* 47575 1 0 NO
6 L00445 13-Nov-80 294* 2104* 39197 1 24 NO
6 L02308 30-Jun-77 294* 2104* 29578 1 0 NO


Thats all I could find.

Scotty

Scott Bentley 03-11-10 20:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by Robin Craig (Post 138129)
Dear Sirs,

could you please shed any light on CFR 29848 which may be a 1997 so 97 29848 is likely number

Thanks

Robin

CFR Information
CFR No 29848
CFR Year 1997
Serial No 112
Actual ECC 123400
Authorized ECC 123400
NSN 2320-99-893-7364
ERN 30A88
Holding Unit 0125
DA Unit 0125
Date Acquired 07-Mar-97
Cost 109108
Alloc Code MB
Comm Suite
Current VMO DLE27600 - 28-Sep-06
HN Date 16-Dec-06
Pending? No
Disposed? Yes
Disposal Date 07-Nov-06

CARRIER PERSONNEL/CARGO 6X6 ATV 1000KG PYLD
ECC : 123400
ERN : 30A88 Length(mm) 3435 Width(mm) 2000
Height(mm) 1210 Reduced Height(mm) 1210
Curb Wt(KG) 1650 Gross Wt(KG) 3000
L/100km City 0 L/100km Highway 0
Fuel System MONO-FUEL Fuel type DIESEL

VMO History for CFR Number : 29848
VMO Type Pending To ECC To AC To HUIC To DA UIC
DLE27600 - 28-Sep-06 REGULAR No 123400 MB 0125 0125 Canadian Forces Base Trenton
DLE26950 - 17-May-02 REGULAR No 123400 CX 3565 3565 Disaster Assistance Response Team
DLE25731 - 03-Feb-97 INITI No 123400 NX 3565 3565 Disaster Assistance Response Team

Scotty

Scott Bentley 03-11-10 20:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by roy ginn (Post 136476)
Hi,

I was wondering if you could provide me with the history of Iltis 85-87812?

I would really be curiuos to know the ECC histroy and mods done to the vehicle over the couse of its life.

Thanks,

CFR Information
CFR No 87812
CFR Year 1985
Serial No BI02-11-85-87812
Actual ECC 121519
Authorized ECC 121519
NSN 2320-21-899-5702
ERN 30111
Holding Unit 0107
DA Unit 0107
Date Acquired 12-Feb-86
Cost 26500
Alloc Code MB
Comm Suite
Current VMO DLE23847 - 17-Nov-05
HN Date 20-Oct-06
Pending? No
Disposed? Yes
Disposal Date 17-Nov-05

VMO History for CFR Number : 87812
VMO Type Pending To ECC To AC To HUIC To DA UIC
DLE23847 - 17-Nov-05 REGULAR No 121519 MB 0107 0107 Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit Petawawa
DLE22948 - 20-Aug-01 REGULAR No 121519 BX 0107 0107 Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit Petawawa
DLE29058 - 26-Oct-00 REGULAR No 121519 MB 0107 0107 Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit Petawawa
E99-0011 - 07-Jan-99 N1368 No 121519 BX 0107 0107 Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit Petawawa
DLE24233 - 18-Sep-96 REGUL No 121519 CX 1702 1702 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group Headquarters and Signal Squadron
F94-608 - 09-Nov-94 COMDV No 121519 BX 0107 0107 Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit Petawawa
F94-131 - 04-May-94 COMDV No 121519 BS 0107 0107 Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit Petawawa
DP358240 - 28-Feb-93 UPDAT No 121519 BX 0107 0107 Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit Petawawa
DP357641 - 31-Jan-93 REGUL No 121519 AS 0107 0107 Canadian Forces Base/Area Support Unit Petawawa
L86-182 - 01-May-86 NONE No 121519 CX 1576 1576 3BN THE ROYAL CANADIAN REGIMENT

Holding Unit History

As of 03-NOV-10

CFR No Departure Arrival HUIC Unit
87812* 13-Nov-96 16-Jul-93 0107* CFB/ASU Petawawa
87812* 16-Jul-93 07-Jul-88 1576* 3BN THE ROYAL CANADIAN REGIMEN
87812* 07-Jul-88 14-Apr-86 1850* 2 PPCLI
87812* 14-Apr-86 12-Feb-86 0145* CFB LAHR

Work Order Details

As of 03-NOV-10

CFR Number : 87812

Format Work Order Number SS Date Completed CIN HUIC Usage Qty Parts ($) Rebuild
4 WO-558-007222 2 04-Nov-02 558* 0107* 100065 1 0 NO
4 WO-558-003453 2 02-Oct-00 558* 0107* 100065 1 0 NO
6 L87812 12-Nov-98 245* 1702* 101391 2 330 NO
6 L87812 27-Aug-97 245* 1702* 96658 1 2 NO
6 L87812 24-Mar-97 245* 1702* 94303 1 734 NO
6 L87812 29-Oct-96 245* 1702* 93292 1 0 NO
5 LF0703 B 19-Feb-96 558* 0107* 93144 1 119 NO
5 LP4341 04-Mar-93 984* 1576* 93002 1 0 NO
6 LQ3004 07-Jan-93 956* 1576* 91206 1 0 NO
5 LB4071 10-Dec-92 984* 1576* 91079 1 86 NO
6 LQ1334 06-Oct-92 956* 1576* 90091 1 156 NO
6 LQ1334 17-Mar-92 956* 1576* 88691 1 719 NO
6 LQ1234 26-Aug-91 956* 1576* 85820 1 434 NO
6 L02017 22-May-90 956* 1576* 75877 1 1490 NO
6 L01017 15-Feb-90 956* 1576* 72933 1 214 NO
6 L94017 20-Dec-89 956* 1576* 71864 1 166 NO
6 L92017 24-May-89 956* 1576* 63232 2 618 NO
6 L83017 29-Sep-88 956* 1850* 54788 1 1174 NO
6 L81017 16-Feb-88 956* 1850* 48668 1 234 NO
6 L74018 17-Dec-87 956* 1850* 46827 1 768 NO
6 L71018 23-Feb-87 956* 1850* 19579 1 58 NO

Modification History

As of 03-NOV-10

Modification History of CFR : 87812

Modification No Modification Complete Date Completed
30108000CF002* HEATER HOSE TEE CONNECTOR REPLACEMENT YES
30108000CF003* CLUTCH BREATHER HOSE RELOCATION YES
30108000CF004* VEHICLE TAILPIPE MODIFICATION YES
30108000CF005* TRANSMISSION BELL HOUSING MODIFICATION YES
30108000CF006* OIL PAN PROTECTOR PLATE MODIFICATION YES
30108000CF007* AXLE DUST BOOT GUARD INSTALLATION YES
30108000CF008* FUEL FILTER AND RESOVIOR REPLACEMENT YES
30108000CF009* ELECTRICAL CAPACITOR KIT INSTALLATION YES
30108000CF010* BATTERY BOX AND CABLE MODIFICATION YES
30108000CF011* DISTRIBUTOR VENTING SYSTEM MODIFICATION YES
30108000CF016* MOD OF HAND BRAKE LEVER WITH PIN KIT YES
30108000CF017* GREASE FITTING ON SUSPENSION TRUNNION YES


Lots of history on that one.

Scotty

roy ginn 05-11-10 02:26

Thanks Scotty:
Thanks for the history on Iltis 87812 looks like she`s really got around.
Cheers
Roy

302Trooper 05-11-10 04:28

Thanks again Scotty


Quote:

Originally Posted by armybuck041 (Post 138303)
CFR Information
CFR No 08403
CFR Year 1967
Serial No 7105-97670
Actual ECC 121201
Authorized ECC 121201
NSN
ERN 30103
Holding Unit 0107
DA Unit 0107
Date Acquired 01-Jan-67
Cost 0
Alloc Code MA
Comm Suite
Current VMO DP356296 - 28-Aug-86
HN Date 08-Dec-86
Pending? No
Disposed? Yes
Disposal Date 17-Nov-86

Holding Unit History

As of 03-NOV-10

CFR No Departure Arrival HUIC Unit
08403* 06-Jun-86 01-Jan-67 2104* 2 Fd Amb

Work Order Details

As of 03-NOV-10

CFR Number : 08403

Format Work Order Number SS Date Completed CIN HUIC Usage Qty Parts ($) Rebuild
6 L01354 14-Jun-83 294* 2104* 53675 1 80 NO
6 L01214 02-Sep-82 294* 2104* 50496 1 15 NO
6 L01167 26-Apr-82 294* 2104* 49563 1 0 NO
6 L01121 23-Feb-82 294* 2104* 47575 1 0 NO
6 L00445 13-Nov-80 294* 2104* 39197 1 24 NO
6 L02308 30-Jun-77 294* 2104* 29578 1 0 NO


Thats all I could find.

Scotty


45jim 09-11-10 00:29

Triumph TRW's
 
Anyone have any access to the list of CFR's to VIN's for the 1956 Triumph TRW motorcycle?

I have 56-90373 among others but this is the only one with a CFR painted on.

Jim

Scott Bentley 09-11-10 15:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by 45jim (Post 138567)
Anyone have any access to the list of CFR's to VIN's for the 1956 Triumph TRW motorcycle?

I have 56-90373 among others but this is the only one with a CFR painted on.

Jim

This is the only info I could find on the 56 Triumphs. Most likely these are just the ones held by Museums:

CFR List

As of 09-NOV-10

Formation : -

Unit : -

Disposal Status : ALL

Year Number HUIC Holding Unit ERN ERN Description
1956 93492 0145 CFB LAHR 30901 MOTORCYCLES ALL TRIUMPH B2
1957 93873 0122 CFB CHILLIWACK 30901 MOTORCYCLES ALL TRIUMPH B2
1957 93874 0122 CFB CHILLIWACK 30901 MOTORCYCLES ALL TRIUMPH B2
1957 93906 0145 CFB LAHR 30901 MOTORCYCLES ALL TRIUMPH B2
1957 93908 0114 CFB/ASU Kingston 30901 MOTORCYCLES ALL TRIUMPH B2
1957 93912 0114 CFB/ASU Kingston 30901 MOTORCYCLES ALL TRIUMPH B2

rob love 11-11-10 23:44

1 Attachment(s)
Interesting: 1957 93873 0122 CFB CHILLIWACK 30901 MOTORCYCLES ALL TRIUMPH B2

This bike is currently for sale in Alberta: http://alberta.kijiji.ca/c-ViewAdLar...AdId=239103525

rob love 15-11-10 04:23

1 Attachment(s)
Here is another one of the triumphs off the list above:

1957 93874 0122 CFB CHILLIWACK 30901 MOTORCYCLES ALL TRIUMPH B2

I found the following at this link: http://www.britishcyclesupply.com/Bikes/BHicks001.htm
Quote:

Attached is a photo of my '57 Triumph TRW. I acquired this machine in '02 from the original owner who bought it 1967 from Crown Assets. It had 1800 miles on the fine Smiths odometer. It currently has just over 8000. All original, except tyres, tubes and battery; some fittings have been replaced with AN stock, but its a week-end rider. I service it with help from Gary at Carps Cycle in Ladner B.C. It runs well on 100/ll and aeroshell 60w.

Enjoy, I do...
Bill Hicks

rob love 15-11-10 04:27

I would suggest that the theory about the short list of triumphs has nothing to do with museum holdings, but rather is just is the result of the old paper trails back in the day. Shame too, because with all this talk about TRWs, I ran out this weekend and bought one. Unfortunately, while almost the entire bike is still in it's original army coloring, the fuel tank had been stripped and repainted, so the CFR number is lost. I don't want to hijack the CFR thread so I'll start a new thread elsewhere on the bike.

Scott Bentley 24-01-11 17:30

Fellas,

I've got a few quiet weeks here at work before the next batch of training crazyness kicks in, followed by another deployment overseas.

If you require any info pulled from the EDR, nows the time.

Scotty

paul53 24-01-11 20:52

cfr # info
 
Thanks again Scotty for your info on the M151A2, I have one more mission for you, a small one. I have this M101 CDN 2 trailer for some time now and was wondering if you could dig up any info??

STK# 2330-21-904-9885
SER# 0029
MFR 36221
ECC 131201
CONTRACT W 8476-9-MJ50

Thanks Again
Paul

Scott Bentley 25-01-11 15:21

1 Attachment(s)
Quote:

Originally Posted by paul53 (Post 142098)
Thanks again Scotty for your info on the M151A2, I have one more mission for you, a small one. I have this M101 CDN 2 trailer for some time now and was wondering if you could dig up any info??

STK# 2330-21-904-9885
SER# 0029
MFR 36221
ECC 131201
CONTRACT W 8476-9-MJ50

Thanks Again
Paul

Paul, i'm gonna have to pass on this one.

There are 1976 x M101CDN2 Trailers in the Database. Its a virtual needle in the haystack as you can't search the MFR Serial Number, only the CFR or the Base it came from. To add insult to injury, the damn database requires you start scrolling down "from back at the top" everytime you open a CFR.

Are there any Unit markings on it that might narrow it down?

Scotty

paul53 26-01-11 03:19

serial # info
 
Scotty, thanks for trying, it looks like the trailer was just painted in the the camo configuration and parked out side. I'll have a better look anyway. no worrys

Thanks again Paul

rob love 14-02-11 05:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by rob love (Post 135631)
C30-010-000CF003 is a generic modification for SMPs. It could be the seatbelt installation, but I can't say for certain. The seatbelts or the windshield washers are possible. I may have the answers downstairs in one of the many milkcrates of CFTOs I have squirrelled away, but no promises.
C-30-100-000/CF014 is the modification to the lower generator bracket to prevent busting the ears off the alternator. It consisted of some sliding bushings (which would just sieze anyway).
C30-103-000/CF004 should be a mod for the Cdn3. I am afraid I do not have anything on this one in my main book.

There was no mod to go to a M151 air filter. That pattern of filter assy was standard from the factory on both the Cdn2 and Cdn3 series of M38A1s.

By coincidence, I was going through some piles of paper downstairs, and voila, there was the index of the C30-010-000/CF mods. These were mods that were applicable to more than one vehicle fleet, so the m od would get the 30-010 number rather than a fleet specific application code (ie 30102=M38A1Cdn2, 30200=5/4 ton). Anyway, here are a couple of the modification instructions which we see on some of these searches.

C30-010-000/CF003: Modification of distributor caps and covers for use with autosense computerised diagnostic equipment

C30-010-000/CF009: Installation for std commercial turn signals-truck 1/4 ton Cdn2, cdn2, 2-1/2 ton, 5 ton M39 series

C30-010-000/cf-013: Installation of lap safety belts, 1/4 ton, 2-1/2 ton, 5 ton and M809 series.

There were other mods running up to CF015 listed on the index, but most of them will not concern this thread.

Man, the scraps of paper I have kept, it's a miracle my house has not burned down.

Scott Bentley 24-04-11 18:36

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Originally Posted by rob love (Post 135631)
C30-010-000CF003 is a generic modification for SMPs. It could be the seatbelt installation, but I can't say for certain. The seatbelts or the windshield washers are possible. I may have the answers downstairs in one of the many milkcrates of CFTOs I have squirrelled away, but no promises.

Rob, it's actually for the old US style "Decon Bottles" with the note for "CFE Units only", which is not surprising really. Even the "new" Bottles rarely got past the RQ Shop. Find them rolling around in LSVW Tool Bins from time to time, most likely tossed in prior to an ATI or something. I keep hearing guys talking about using them for applying Undercoating or Weed Killer :)

brunno1968 15-05-11 00:46

Just bought an other iltis
 
Hi,
I just bought an other iltis and i am looking for his history.

The cfr number is 87951.

I have an M101cdn2 with serial 1001, mfr 36221, stk number 2330-21-904-9885 and ecc 131201 if someone could find some info about it.

Really appreciate your help and read your post.

Thank you, Bruno


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