1992 AM General Hummer Pickup Green 4WD Automatic
This is a 1992 H1 M1097A2. The placard on the side says the IROAN was done at 20,480 miles. It was rebuilt Jan 2013 and had 20,480 miles at overhaul. It now has 21,498 miles on the odometer. So, this has 1,018 miles on the motor and transmission. It’s essentially a new 1992 H1 HUMVEE.

M1097A2 HUMVEE HEAVY VARIANT

Differences: The difference between the M998 and M998A1 cargo/troop carriers and the M1097, M1097A1, M1097A2, and M1123 are specifically designed to accomodate a higher payload capacity. The M1123 and A2 models have new bumpers which make the vehicle slightly longer.

Purpose Of The Vehicle: M1097, M1097A1, M1097A2 and M1123 heavy variant cargo/troop carriers are used to transport equipment, materials, and/or personnel. The heavy variant troop carrier is capable of transporting a two-man crew and eight passengers. The heavy variant cargo carrier is capable of transporting a payload (including crew) of 4,400 pounds (1,998 kilograms). The M1097, M1097A1, M1097A2, and M1123 use a troop seat kit for troop transport operations, a 200 ampere umbilical power cable to power shelter equipment, and stowage racks for ammunition and equipment.

For higher payload capacity, the M1097, M1097A1, M1097A2 and M1123 are equipped with a reinforced frame, crossmembers, lifting shackles, heavy-duty rear springs, shock absorbers, reinforced control arms, heavy duty tires and rims, and a transfer case and differential with a modified gear ration.

The AM General-designed geared hub assembly in the power train doubles the torque to each wheel in the hub of the wheel. This also helps achieve 16 inches of ground clearance, far more than any other vehicle in its class. The use of a double A-arm independent suspension front and rear, coil springs and hydraulic double-acting shock absorbers gives the HMMWV unsurpassed mobility. Four-wheel disc brakes are mounted inboard against the sides of the differentials both of which are located up, between the frame rails, protecting them from impact and debris. Torque-biasing differentials allow the vehicle to continue to move forward as long as any one wheel has traction.

This unique configuration of components along with military 37 x 12.5 radial tires with low-profile runflat devices allows the HMMWV to go places that no other wheeled vehicle in U.S. or foreign military service could go.

The M1097A2 series features a 6.5-liter Optimizer 6500 diesel engine built by AM General’s subsidiary, General Engine Products. It is coupled to a four-speed automatic transmission and full-time four-wheel drive transfer case to provide the HMMWV with exceptional performance. (See specifications) The vehicle can reach speeds of more than 70 mph.

The truck utilizes a 12/24-volt electrical system and has a 25-gallon fuel tank. It has power-assisted hydraulic disc brakes and power steering.

The vehicle has either a 1 + 1 or 2 + 2 seating, depending on the model, on each side of the drivetrain, which is elevated, allowing the differentials to be raised. This, along with the geared hubs, contributes to high ground clearance. The location of the crew on each side of the drivetrain also allows for a low center of gravity.

The modular design of the HMMWV allows it to be easily re-configured for many different uses.

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M1097A2 TRUCK HEAVY VARIANT The M1097, M1097A1, M1097A2 and M1123 heavy variant cargo/troop carriers are used to transport equipment, materials, and/or personnel. The heavy variant troop carrier is capable of transporting a two-man crew and eight passengers. The heavy variant cargo carrier is capable of transporting a payload (including crew) of 4,400 pounds (1,998 kilograms). The M1097, M1097A1, M1097A2 use a troop seat kit for troop transport operations, a 200 ampere umbilical power cable to power shelter equipment, and stowage racks for ammunition and equipment. To accommodate the higher payload capacity, the vehicles are equipped with a re-inforced frame, crossmembers, lifting shackles, heavy duty rear springs, shock absorbers, reinforced control arms, heavy duty tires and rims, and a transfer case and differential with modified gear ratio. The M1097, M1097A1, and M1097A2 and M1123 are specifically designed to accommodate a higher payload capacity. The M1097A2 models have new bumpers, which make the vehicles slightly longer. A 9,000 lb winch is also available for the M1097A2 models as an option. The vehicles can climb 60% slopes and traverse a side slope of up to 40% fully loaded. The vehicles can ford hard bottom water crossing up to 30 inches without a deep water fording kit and up to 60 inches with the kit. The AM General-designed geared hub assembly in the power train doubles the torque to each wheel in the hub of the wheel. This also helps achieve 16 inches of ground clearance, far more than any other vehicle in its class. The use of a double A-arm independent suspension front and rear, coil springs and hydraulic double-acting shock absorbers gives the HMMWV unsurpassed mobility. Four-wheel disc brakes are mounted inboard against the sides of the differentials both of which are located up, between the frame rails, protecting them from impact and debris. Torque-biasing differentials allow the vehicle to continue to move forward as long as any one wheel has traction. This unique configuration of components along with military 37 x 12.5 radial tires with low-profile runflat devices allows the HMMWV to go places that no other wheeled vehicle in U.S. or foreign military service could go. The M1097A2 series features a 6.5-liter Optimizer 6500 diesel engine built by AM General’s subsidiary, General Engine Products. It is coupled to a four-speed automatic transmission and full-time four-wheel drive transfer case to provide the HMMWV with exceptional performance. (See specifications) The vehicle can reach speeds of more than 70 mph. The truck utilizes a 12/24-volt electrical system and has a 25-gallon fuel tank. It has power-assisted hydraulic disc brakes and power steering. The vehicle has either a 1 + 1 or 2 + 2 seating, depending on the model, on each side of the drivetrain, which is elevated, allowing the differentials to be raised. This, along with the geared hubs, contributes to high ground clearance. The location of the crew on each side of the drivetrain also allows for a low center of gravity. The modular design of the HMMWV allows it to be easily re-configured for many different uses.


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Originally listed on November 25, 2021. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.

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Location: Fergus Falls, Minnesota, United States