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AEC

AGRALE

ALBION

AMERICAN LaFRANCE

ASHOK LEYLAND

ASTRA

AUTOCAR

AVIA

BAW

BEDFORD

BEIBEN

BELL

BERLIET

BHARATBENZ

BREMACH

C&C

CAMC

CATERPILLAR

CITROEN

DAEWOO

DATSUN

DeSOTO

DODGE RAM

DONGFENG

DOOSAN

EBRO

FARGO

FAW

FIAT

FORD

FREIGHTLINER

GINAF

HINO

HONDA

HONGYAN

HOWO

HYUNDAI

INTERNATIONAL

 ISUZU

IVECO

 JAC

JMC

KENWORTH

KIA

KOMATSU

LGMG

LIEBHERR

MACK

MAHINDRA

MAN

MARMON

MAZDA

MERCEDES BENZ

MITSUBISHI FUSO

MAN

NISSAN

PEGASO

PETERBILT

PEUGEOT

RENAULT

SCANIA

SHACMAN (SHAANXI)

SKODA-LIAZ

STEYR-PUCH

STERLING

SUBARU

SUZUKI

TATA

TATRA

TERBERG

TEREX

TONLY

TOYOTA

UD

VOLKSWAGEN

VOLVO

WESTERN STAR

WULING

XCMG

YUEJIN


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Above on the page a list of Truck Service Repair Manuals PDF, Electric Wiring Diagrams, Spare Parts Catalogs & Fault Codes DTC.

 

Interesting features of trucks.

 

Trucks can be equipped with gearboxes with more than 20 gears with an additional two reverse speeds.

 

Full braking of a truck traveling on the road at a speed of 90 km/h requires 155 meters of travel and 6 seconds of time.

 

In modern vehicles used for road transport of oversized cargo over long distances, the volume of the fuel tank can reach 800 liters.

 

Trucks are equipped with various types of braking systems. The most popular are disc, drum and magnetic brakes.

 

Batteries, which are most often installed on trucks, have a voltage of 24 V.

 

The maximum number of revolutions of engines used in trucks reaches 2,000 rpm.

 

Fuel consumption of a tractor equipped with a 400 hp engine. from. and loaded with goods with a total weight of up to 20 tons, averages 30–40 l / 100 km.

 

In idle mode, the engine of such a car, when loaded with no more than 25 tons, consumes 4 liters / hour.

 

In many EU countries, trucks have a speed limit of 90 km/h, even when driving on the autobahn.

 

The pioneer in the use of disc brakes in commercial vehicles is Renault, after which other automakers began to use this type of brake mechanism.

 

The use of disc brakes contributed to an increase in the stability of the car, as the radius of the wheel decreased.

 

In the USA, almost all heavy trucks (95%) use drum brakes, while in Europe the majority (85%) of such vehicles are equipped with disc brakes.

 

A large mass makes the braking of the truck due to the efforts of the driver inefficient, so such vehicles must be equipped with an air brake system. In this case, the operation of the brakes is provided by pre-accumulated energy (compressed air from the receiver), and the driver controls it.

 

The features of the air brake also explain the hiss that is heard when the truck brakes.

 

The effectiveness of engine braking is due to the ability of some powertrains to keep the intake valves closed. As a result, gases are compressed by the piston both on the exhaust stroke and on the compression stroke, which contributes to a quick stop of the truck.

 

There are trucks worth more than 150,000 euros.

 

The longest road train was created in Australia. It consisted of 45 trailers and had 100 wheels.

 

On average, road trains in Australia travel up to 500,000 km of roads.