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This is how you make a wheelie with a truck :)

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-16 1. thomsi14 commented 12 years ago

lol nice!! but still uphill so its not so much power anyway!
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+6 2. Tareim (admin) commented 12 years ago

either the 3rd set of wheels isnt connected to the truck or it has some weird bendyness to it
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-8 3. mikesufc commented 12 years ago

The third wheel is the trailers wheel #2. It's not attached to the truck.
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+9 4. Deblaauwn commented 12 years ago

Trailers do not have front axles, at least not this kind of trailers (semitrailer, according to wikipedia)
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+8 5. Norin_DK commented 12 years ago

25,25 meters and 60 ton total...
Here is a picture of a similar truck
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+2 6. Siruss commented 12 years ago

That looks like one serious design flaw. You would never want your front steering wheels to leave the ground. :S :S
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+4 7. nooitaf (admin) commented 12 years ago

#6 .. but thats the nice thing about wheelies! :D
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+3 8. Mechadon commented 12 years ago

lol just to mutch weight in rear.. so it wheelies..
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+4 9. Highmeadow commented 12 years ago

A lot of heavy truck and trailer suspensions are like that, both rear axles are solidly mounted on each end of an arm that is attached to the frame at a single point in the middle, like a teeter-totter. That way, as an axle passes over a speed bump, for example, the frame only rises half as much as the wheel.
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+4 10. martynbiker commented 12 years ago

#1 has NO IDEA what he is talking about! :D
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+5 11. taek commented 12 years ago

the reason its possible is the wheelbase of the tractor, in USA we have 250-300 inch wheelbases and it wont allow the front to come up, with that truck the wheelbase is 160-180 and its possible, straight 6 turbo diesels will put 6000ftlbs of torque to the ground and lifting a 8000lb cab is possible, no trick effects, no magic, nothing out of the ordinary, just a unique situation.... im a truck driver
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+5 12. RBCone commented 12 years ago

We call them B-Doubles in Australia. A prime mover with two trailers. If you drive up a grade and plant your foot you can lift the steer wheels off the ground, some times on level ground as well. Nothing special about it, my truck will do it with out much effort. But it is not advised.
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+3 13. PROFESSER41 commented 12 years ago

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+2 14. iliketurtles commented 12 years ago

the truck is for real doing a wheelie! not fake and Wikipedia is wrong 75% of the time. It is written and edited by internet retards. not fake and good vid!
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0 15. cyberdevil commented 9 years ago

Is it really that hard with a trailer attached to add weight? Without the trailer, this would really be a challenge!