The F94HA ("F94HA6x2NA") was an articulated chassis with remotely mounted Voith gearbox, leaf-spring suspension on the front axle and air suspension on both drive (2nd axle) and trailer axle (3rd axle).
Some 4905s were equipped with a tag axle at the factory, with a single extra wheel on each side, located in the third baggage compartment for states with lower axle load limits.
Some trailers support a normal axle on two sides, others mount the wheel off one side with a stub axle (a one sided axle).
The axle load of a wheeled vehicle is the total weight bearing on the roadway for all wheels connected to a given axle.
Commercial motor vehicles are subject to various state and federal laws regarding limitations on truck length (measured from bumper to bumper), width, and truck axle length (measured from axle to axle or fifth wheel to axle for trailers).
SOR CN 12 is two-axle, while the space ahead of the rear axle is a low-floor.
Bus 706 RTO-K also had a peculiarity each axle or suspension. The front axle was suspension with leaf springs, using a central axle air suspension, rear axle uses pneumatic suspension with membrane.
5 inch axle to axle bow feel like a 34-inch axle to axle length bow.
8 is an automotive axle manufactured by Ford Motor Company at the Sterling Axle Plant in Sterling Heights, MI.
In a front-engine rear-drive vehicle, dependent rear suspension is either "live-axle" or deDion axle, depending on whether or not differential is carried on the axle.
The Sterling 10.5 axle is an automotive axle manufactured by Ford Motor Company at the Sterling Axle Plant in Sterling Heights, MI.
The Dana/Spicer Model 35 is an automotive axle. It has been manufactured by Dana Holding Corporation since 1985 when American Motors (AMC) sold its axle tooling equipment to Dana.
The Prussian T 14.1s were goods train tank engines with a 1'D1' axle arrangement, which had a higher axle load on the rear carrying axle compared with the T14.
By far the most common type of tri-axle rigid bus is the tag-axle bus with one axle at the front for steering, and two axles at the back; the main drive axle and a trailing non-drive axle.
25 front axle, AAM 11.5 rear axle, and 4.10:1 gear ratio; however rear axle internals were changed including different axle shafts, differential carrier, and larger 32-spline pinion.
5-inch axle is an automotive axle manufactured by American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc.
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