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« Reply #480 on: October 05, 2020, 03:24:18 pm »

По мојој оцени ово је један од бољих пројеката који је рађен за ВС. Лане, на сајму "Партнер 2019.", мој друг Вијановић, који на доњим приказима даје једну од изјава, натенане ме је упознао са могућностима овог возила. Осим што је солидно заштићен (оклопљен) то је изванредно мини-командно место опремљен заиста квалитетном опремом за пријем и пренос сигнала различитих врста.
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« Reply #481 on: November 18, 2020, 05:22:42 am »

Hello from Texas, USA! Using a Serbian/English translator to keep up with the topics.   This may be a little off-topic, I've signed up on this forum to access the photos of the M86 herein, they are great and are a big help to me.  I am currently restoring a Yugoslavian BOV I recently purchased-will be registering it to drive on the road here in Texas, I am an armor and weapon collector and this is a pretty neat vehicle.  Someone before me cut the wiring harness and removed the instrument cluster, right now I'm running the vehicle with very rudimentary gauges.  Anyone on this forum have access to parts for this vehicle, please contact me if so, I'm willing to purchase.  Here are some pics of my BOV.
Austin in Texas.


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« Reply #482 on: November 28, 2020, 06:19:27 pm »

Hello from Texas, USA! Using a Serbian/English translator to keep up with the topics.   This may be a little off-topic, I've signed up on this forum to access the photos of the M86 herein, they are great and are a big help to me.  I am currently restoring a Yugoslavian BOV I recently purchased-will be registering it to drive on the road here in Texas, I am an armor and weapon collector and this is a pretty neat vehicle.  Someone before me cut the wiring harness and removed the instrument cluster, right now I'm running the vehicle with very rudimentary gauges.  Anyone on this forum have access to parts for this vehicle, please contact me if so, I'm willing to purchase.  Here are some pics of my BOV.
Austin in Texas.


Драго ми је даћеш сачувати једно од ових борбених возила. Ово твоје је БВП М-86 (Борбено Возило Полиције - БВП), или БОВ (борбено оклопно возило) М-86 ВП (војна полиција). Користиле су се обе ознаке, али је прва званична. У Војсци Србије ово возило ремонтује Технички ремонтни завод Чачак па можда пробаш код њих да купиш делове ( http://www.vs.rs/sr_cyr/jedinice/vojska-srbije/kopnena-vojska/tehnicki-remontni-zavod-cacak). Оригинално возило је производио ТАМ Марибор (Словенија) па је можда могуће и у Словенији набавити неке од делова. Вероватно и у Хрватској јер и Хрватска војска има ово возило још у употреби.
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« Reply #483 on: November 29, 2020, 02:51:42 am »

Hello from Texas, USA! Using a Serbian/English translator to keep up with the topics.   This may be a little off-topic, I've signed up on this forum to access the photos of the M86 herein, they are great and are a big help to me.  I am currently restoring a Yugoslavian BOV I recently purchased-will be registering it to drive on the road here in Texas, I am an armor and weapon collector and this is a pretty neat vehicle.  Someone before me cut the wiring harness and removed the instrument cluster, right now I'm running the vehicle with very rudimentary gauges.  Anyone on this forum have access to parts for this vehicle, please contact me if so, I'm willing to purchase.  Here are some pics of my BOV.
Austin in Texas.


Драго ми је даћеш сачувати једно од ових борбених возила. Ово твоје је БВП М-86 (Борбено Возило Полиције - БВП), или БОВ (борбено оклопно возило) М-86 ВП (војна полиција). Користиле су се обе ознаке, али је прва званична. У Војсци Србије ово возило ремонтује Технички ремонтни завод Чачак па можда пробаш код њих да купиш делове ( http://www.vs.rs/sr_cyr/jedinice/vojska-srbije/kopnena-vojska/tehnicki-remontni-zavod-cacak). Оригинално возило је производио ТАМ Марибор (Словенија) па је можда могуће и у Словенији набавити неке од делова. Вероватно и у Хрватској јер и Хрватска војска има ово возило још у употреби.

Thank you very much, I will look at those leads you provided.  Yes, the vehicle must have been a M-86 police vehicle, it was originally painted blue and there is still blue paint beneath the camo.  Additionally, there is a lot of graffiti in Serbian scrawled across the vehicle both inside and out, which looks to have been scored into the paint using knives or bayonets.
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« Reply #484 on: January 14, 2021, 03:01:40 pm »

Evo kako je Rodžer Salmon rešio problem sa nagaznim minama. Ceo problem se sastoji u tome što mina prvo podigne auto u vazduh putem vrelih gasova, a zatim iskrivi pod vozila i natera pod da vibrira toliko da od vibracija noge putnika budu slomljene. On je to rešio tako što je pod ojačao karbonskim vlaknima, a na krov je postavio mali raketni motor koji izgleda kao  radijator sa urezima kroz koje mlaznice izlaze.  Raketni motor gura auto na dole i time neutrališe silu koja bi podigla auto u vazduh ,a ojačanje od karbona štiti od vibracija i udara mine.  Ovaj projekat je još uvek u toku i nije završen, a započet je zato što su na Bliskom Istoku problemi sa nagaznim minama postali problem broj jedan.  Čak su se po rečima izumitelja toliko izveštaji da im postavljaju mine tako da im auto odleti ukoso u reku ili jendek gde putnici stradaju ne od eksplozije nego od davljenja . Eto mala edukacija za naše inžinjere koji rade na ovim sistemima.
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« Reply #485 on: January 14, 2021, 06:24:15 pm »

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« Reply #486 on: January 16, 2021, 10:15:56 am »

Hello from Texas, USA! Using a Serbian/English translator to keep up with the topics.   This may be a little off-topic, I've signed up on this forum to access the photos of the M86 herein, they are great and are a big help to me.  I am currently restoring a Yugoslavian BOV I recently purchased-will be registering it to drive on the road here in Texas, I am an armor and weapon collector and this is a pretty neat vehicle.  Someone before me cut the wiring harness and removed the instrument cluster, right now I'm running the vehicle with very rudimentary gauges.  Anyone on this forum have access to parts for this vehicle, please contact me if so, I'm willing to purchase.  Here are some pics of my BOV.
Austin in Texas.


Hello friend, I just saw your BOV and your request. As I can recollect, BOV M86 was made on the chassis of TAM-110 truck. It may be similar to it even electrically. If so, there are plenty of available documentation regarding TAM-110 and you may even want to have TAM-110 dashboard/instruments. Incidently, I own a TAM-110. Neat vehicle. Congratulations on your M86.
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« Reply #487 on: January 18, 2021, 02:33:39 am »

Yes, the TAM-110 truck is the basis for the BOV, the running gear is the same as well as the engine.  I need dash gauges such as temp, RPM, AMP/VOLT, etc, as well as most all instrument switches, air system valves, and brake master cylinders.  Since you have one of the trucks, do you have any sources for these items.  LMK if you do, would be a big help, my email is beltfed@nctv.com
Thanks, Austin in Texas!
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