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heavy haul platforms

Непрочитанное сообщение #1 redlineshooter_1 » 05.04.2017, 16:49

i was wanting something to cover a 2x12/16 4-6x12/16 and/or crawler platform in cabover with long cabin living space long/short nose/ power plants 650- 10,000 hp application type heavy haul.. on all note.
kenworth/daf/volvo/mack/iveco/mercedes/scania/ international/freightliner/cat (where available in truck)/Ford/GMC and any other truck in production
light trucks such as: leyland/fuso/ toyota/ and any other brand out there
i'm interested in trucks with tri/quad/quin/sextet rears and options crawler type steer systems only applies to heavy haul brand only..

i'm also looking for trailers steerage applications with standard width and wider width to carry wide and heavy loads correctly

b-train, b-train doubles with and without steering sets, in ti axle in unsteered version as many as you like in steered..

from what i've seen in real life with trailers that have more than 3 axles tend to 1-2 set of wheels around corners same with odd spacing wheel placement

with and without trailer steer options in a road train 2-3 trailers i don't anything above 40 foot per trailer in this configuration due turning radius

note: b-train in the space of 80 foot of trailer averages about 70 foot of cargo space, double b-train has a max pay load is 100 foot in length.
side note: all trailers in b-train configuration are 40 foot in length you loose 10 and 20 foot because the trailer has the 5th wheel on it..

note: in road train you add 10-20 foot length 120 foot of cargo space due dolly/dog use..

I do not want to start a debate of what is currently legal or in current trial across eu member states in aspect of heavy haul both ets2 and ats likely would likely fall on the ire of regulations with no pilot escort, as for road train and b-train should also be in game parameters..


likely a big ask multiple pivot points..

looking at the t908 i love it though 1 aspect of this truck it isn't in mass production and is classed as a special applications truck and usually deployed on its own haul road and deployed and employedin the mining as a ore carrier.. carting 5-6 with a helper engine block on 1-2 of the trailer on a auto transmission which is turned on at the trailer..

whilst it is great to have the t908 as part of the heavy haul application fleet my question is when are you going make the trailer set that the truck was built to pull??? not sure what experience the mod designer had when creating the mod model did they ever look into the history of the actual model with a note whilst it may share similar designs of its smaller brothers though it is more wider than the standard truck due to the engine bay.. it holds a medium mining dumptruck engine opposed to the standard 600hp engine they use in a standard truck,,

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Непрочитанное сообщение #2 redlineshooter_1 » 06.04.2017, 11:31

Note: with the light trucks they are options for the as a lorry light haul load and a towing option for the 20' trailers within the game, i'm not sure what the EU has for a legal for for a short/medium/long flat beds, here in Australia we cap the size of trailer to about 20 foot or 6 meters

all trailer specs in b-train configuration all trailers here are a 40foot or 12 meters, max cargo space on is 30 foot or 9.1 meters, with 10 foot or 3 meters ...

I'm not sure of the viability of using or creating a b-train option on a 53 foot or 16 meter platform could be done I pretty much think the 40 foot option is going to require steer axles on the trailer I would suspect this may also be the case with upto 53 foot variants of trailer

in the case of 2-3 trailer road trains given some of the narrow roads steer axle trailers may be of benefit..

expandable trailers not sure what is used in the states and europe in terms of both length and width, over here in width department the whole trailer moves to the width dimension of what is being hauled..


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