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OptiPhil 40116 387 Roading a new TJ with tripples either
Roading a new TJ with tripples
I took this in ND last week. He took up most of the road!

I don't think he would be within European road transport
restrictions for width or height :-)
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..and weight...
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I don´t think it weights over 40tons.
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Nice kenworth truck!!!
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I didn't think they moved them on trucks with tripples!
Maybe an exeption.
Aslo tripples with spacers like that seems a bit excessive.
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Phil why did they road it w/the duals on? I'd love to see
them try that here in SE NC. It would not work.:-\

Lance
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That's not a Tj is it? Looks like the older series of them.
Wrong fenders and cab for the TJ. Still a sweet pic
though!
Josh
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your right thats not a tj its an older 9882 or something of
that body style you can see the huge hood in the pic just
barley.
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new tj \:D/
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Einachser wrote:
I don´t think it weights over 40tons.


empty weight of 6x4 truck, about 8 to 10 ton
empty weight of 4 axle lowboy about 15 ton

weight of TJ, about 17 ton ?
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Hopelijk leest hij dit nog...de thread is 5 jaar oud :-P
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Renze wrote:
Einachser wrote:
I don´t think it weights over 40tons.


empty weight of 6x4 truck, about 8 to 10 ton (for any european make,but american trucks are a lot lighter.)
empty weight of 4 axle lowboy about 15 ton

weight of TJ, about 17 ton ?


first of all,if its one piece,its oversize load,all you need is enough axles for its weight.

but it wont be over 80'000 pound wich is 36 to.

the kenny wont be over 8 to,the lowboy maybe 10 to (its only a double axle),so still another 18 for the tractor.

around here,the triples and duals would have to come off,but if to heavy or to high,its no problem.
you just need a permit for exeptional transport.

and its NOT a TJ,but the previos model wich still originatet from the Versatile.

its still built btw,sold as Bühler in their colors,as the Genesis still is too.
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Kris wrote:
Hopelijk leest hij dit nog...de thread is 5 jaar oud :-P


verrek, nu je het zegt...
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Kris wrote:
Hopelijk leest hij dit nog...de thread is 5 jaar oud :-P


verrek, nu je het zegt...
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Wonder what will happen with the Buhler name now Russian company Rostselmash took over Buhler.
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Bert, Rostselmash has been sold in North America as Python combines. The Python company took off all belts and replaced it by hydraulic motors, and sells Russian combines as a premium product ;)

There are some very decent Russian companies, that do better than their American competitors. Not all former Soviets have stuck in the communist era, they are approaching us fast, and will take over if they get the chance... The differences between the communist and capitalist world are vanishing quicker than you think.
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