Mackjack525's Exhaust note challenge.
The truck was due for new injectors, that's why I haven't shown this before. Too much black smoke. Truck grossing about 80 tons or 179,000 lbs. Power by Cat 3408.
Check out Mackjack525's challenge on video responses.
Like big V8s? Watch this!
View from the cab of my Kenworth going from Melbourne Victoria to Karratha
WA with 46 tonnes of re-bar.
Gross train weight 77 tonnes on two 45' trailers.
My brother's son came with me on this 11,000 km round trip during the
school holidays and was the camera man.
First clip is the roundabout at Hay NSW.
Second clip going through the S - bends at Gladstone SA on the new road
Third clip the Heysen Tunnels in the Adelaide hills. We came through the
hills in the daytime so we didn't get to see any of the smic - looking
interstate trucks which come out at night.
Fourth clip the stacked up roadtrain Coolgardie WA.
Power of course is Caterpillar's 3408 18 liter V8.
Dyno'd at 550 HP at
the wheels, equates to about 600 HP at the flywheel.
16 speed Spicer trans.
Truckin' up to Darwin
Trucking up to Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia in my Kenworth with
two trailers of pipes.
Mega-Macks in Action !
Cab ride in Mack Titan V8.
New and old Superliners, Mack Titans, 3 and 4 trailer road trains.
The clips of Eddy Holland in his new Superliner and Wayne Betts in his
Titan were at the Pillara mine near Fitzroy Crossing in W.A.
The Shell double B-double was at Renner Springs N.T.
The blue and white Mack Titan triple was at Mt Magnet and Kewdale W.A.
The white Valueliner at Kanmantoo S.A.
Mack Superliner V8 roadtrain, great sound !
A few clips of roadtrains around Port Hedland WA, and a nice V8 Mack
Superliner leaving Karratha truck stop on it's way to pick up a third
The side-tipper quads gross about 170 tonnes and are carting iron ore from
the smaller mines which aren't big enough yet for rail haulage.
It's only a short clip because I was trying out my new JVC GZ- EX555 HD
camera and external mic, it seems like it's not a bad camera.
Mack V8 E9-525 Super Liner Take Off in MINI ME - HHA's Big Day Cab Power House
Here is a clip of a move I did a while ago back from Adelaide to Brisbane -
Pulling a Drake 8 line platform with a 300 tonne mobile crane aboard - we
had to use the day cab Super Liner to get our length down to avoid using
police escorts in South Aust... It was a long trip but the big girl puts
out well!! This truck is running about 700-750hp easy.... I still enjoy
driving the 12 speed box - Copy Haul Ass....
Australia - ROAD TRAINS parade 1
Road Trains filmati da Pasquale (castanoisabella) nel 1999 e nel 2004.
Filmed directly by Pasquale (castanoisabella) on 1999 and 2004.
I Road Trains sono automezzi formati da un trattore stradale che traina tre
o più semirimorchi.
Questo tipo di veicolo è diffuso soltanto in Australia, dove ormai sono
diventati una caratteristica, per trasportare le merci dal nord al sud del
paese, poiché le strade sono caratterizzate da lunghi rettilinei.
Sulla Stuart Highway, direttrice nord-sud che attraversa il deserto
australiano, non vi sono limiti nell'utilizzo dei road train, e quindi
attualmente è frequente vederne l'utilizzo, spesso anche contrassegnato da
uno scarso rispetto delle norme stradali.
Tuttavia, i road train rischiano ora di subire la concorrenza di una linea
ferroviaria, che ha il vantaggio della riduzione dei costi ed ha ottime
probabilità di affermarsi, soppiantando i road train.
In Australia esiste addirittura una gara sul numero di semirimorchi
agganciati a un trattore stradale. Il record attuale è di 36 semirimorchi
Più che Bisonti della strada, li definirei Serpenti della strada!
Autotreni nel vero senso della parola.
Transfer-Dump Race: The Complete Run
Mark Tarascou and his Pete 359 is seen participating in a transfer-dump
competiton at the 2011 Truckin' For Kids Truck Show. Although there were a
few glitches, it was still a good show.
For those not familiar with dump trucks like these, they are set up with a
system that allows the driver to back the truck up while they are standing
behind it to make attaching the towbar easier. The driver puts the truck
in reverse gear and shuts the engine off. At the rear is a switch or a
button that is used to engage the starter motor on the engine without
starting the truck. Since the transmission is in reverse, as the starter
motor turns the engine it also turns the driveline and backs the truck up.
I'm not a trucker so I don't know what this system or technique is called,
but that is how it works. Thanks for watching. Please rate and share this
video with your friends. Shot on 9-25-11.
How to shift a Spicer 16 speed
How to use a Spicer ProShift transmission in my Kenworth .
It is a 16 speed with overdrive.
The 16 speed is similar to the 14 speed which is much more common, except
the air-shift pattern is different.
The first 3 gears in the main box ( controlled with the gearstick ) each
have 4 gears on the air shift ( the blue control on the gearstick ). This
gives 12 gears.
The top 2 gears on the stick you only use 2 airshift positions , like on a
13 or 18 speed RoadRanger , so this gives 16 gears in total.
A compound shift is changing gears with the air-shift and main gearbox at
the same time.
You don't need to use the clutch except when starting and when using the
airshift in 1st gear in the main box.
All this info is easy for truck drivers who can operate a Road Ranger ,
which is the most common transmission in Australia. But it is a harder box
to use than a Road Ranger.
Mack MH E9 525
Pulling out of Tuakau yard with load of pulp for Kinleith
Pete 359 Classic Takeoff
THIS IS IN CANADA just so y'all know.
My brother's 1987 Peterbilt 359 Classic workin' in the bush near vassar,
mb. sweet smoke! wish mine could do that. It has a 3406B block Cat 425.
Oh and a big thanks to you tuber tod3k for giving us the new name for this
truck..... "Old Smokey Jerk!"
Roadtrains! CAT Power!
My truck is leaving Penong Truckstop in South Australia with a load of
off-shore drill gear ( nice light load of 10 tons on second trailer ).
Power by CAT 3408.
"B triple" with 3 trailers at WA / SA border.
A load of "Bushmaster" APCs on Kenworth T904 double road train with CAT