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Peugeot commercial vehicles 4x4 conversion is performed by Automobile Dangel. Peugeot itself does not produce 4x4 vehicles.
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Figure: Peugeot Boxer Dangel 4x4 conversion (46KB)
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"More sophisticated, the single differential of the front wheel drive Peugeot Partner (right) is replaced by two differentials - (i) the lockable (verrouillable) "centre" diff' which drives the bevel gear to the rear wheels from one output and (ii) the diff' for the front wheels from the other output. In a very neat piece of engineering the two differentials are co-axial. Low-ratio gears are 1.72:1. The Partner has a 1761cc petrol or a 1868cc diesel engine." (Source: http://www.4wdonline.com/Dangel/Dangel.html)
Figure: Peugeot Partner / Citroen Berlingo 4x4 Dangel conversion (90KB)
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Peugeot (Dangel) BoxerNext
"Dangel's simplest conversion method for a front-wheel drive, transverse-engined vehicle, uses a bevel gear to tap drive from the gearbox output, turn it through 90� and take it towards the rear wheels. Dual-range gears (1:1 & 1.5:1) are also incorporated. This method is used in the Peugeot Boxer `le tout-chemin' van (left). A visco-coupleur (doesn't French sound sensuous) automatically distributes torque to the rear axle where a lockable differential is fitted (and de Dion rear suspension)." (Source: http://www.4wdonline.com/Dangel/Dangel.html)
Figure: Peugeot (Dangel) Boxer (46KB)
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Peugeot (Dangel) Boxer High Mobility 3Top
"For a heavier duty application, the Peugeot Boxer High Mobility HM3 (Haute Mobilite, below left), the original transmission is entirely discarded. The engine remains in its original transverse mounting but a bevel gear and shaft take the drive rear-wards from the clutch output. A new transmission is mounted in the centre of the van and drives the front wheels (with independent suspension) and the rear wheels (with a live axle) by propeller shafts. The gearbox is a very neat, flat unit and houses a 5-speed gearbox, high-ratio (1:1?) and low-ratio (2.1:1) reduction gears, and a lockable centre center → differential. A dozen other applications for this neat box spring immediately to mind." (Source: http://www.4wdonline.com/Dangel/Dangel.html)
Figure: Peugeot (Dangel) Boxer High Mobility 3 (65KB)
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