Above on the page there're some Service PDF Manuals for GINAF Trucks.
The Dutch have long specialized in the creation of multi-axle, extra-heavy and other very special trucks: they are produced by two companies, Terberg and GINAF.
And if the first builds its trucks on Volvo units, then the second cooperates with DAF, buying cabins and engines from it.
By the way, it was GINAF that in 1976 created one of the first four-axle dump trucks with all-wheel drive in Europe, and in 1984 one of the first European five-axle dump trucks.
But now you won’t surprise anyone with both four-axle and five-axle in Holland: most of the leading European truck manufacturers offer them there.
Therefore, GINAF (which has recently been owned by the Chinese association CHTC) has found a new niche - recently popular mining trucks with components from serial trucks.
And now GINAF has built a new career model - already 70 tons and with a Ford cab.
But why wasn't a DAF cab installed here? It turns out that the DAF do not want an engine from another manufacturer under their cab - that's why they had to find an alternative.
And since Ford Cargo is just being produced in Brazil, there will definitely be no problems with spare parts for the cab.
Yes, and the robot box ZF AS Tronic is known in Brazil: there it is equipped with the mentioned Ford Cargo or, for example, Volkswagen Constellation truck.
True, here this box has a mining firmware created specifically for the GINAF brand.
By the way, when overloaded by more than 20%, the electronics reduces the speed of the dump truck to 3 km / h (this is not a typo), and behind the cab there is a load information system - with color signaling devices (red-yellow-green) and a scoreboard on which the mass is displayed cargo.
We would equip dump trucks in our country with all this so that they would be reluctant to overload them!
Meanwhile, GINAF is working on a project for an even heavier, 100-ton mining truck.