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Hendrickson360

So little info on the new 4-6500?

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Hello,

 

i feels kinda weird, that there is so little information about these trucks, since afaik they are already beeing sold?

 

For example: There is gonna be a 8000lbs driven front axle - what kind of axle is that? This exceeds the standard Dana super 60 Level right?

 

Also the tare weight of the trucks, a naked 55000 4x4 with a short wheelbase for example, would be an awesome truckbase for an offroad camper, but what is the actual weight?

 

Greetings

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You will have to go to a dealer and spec. one out to find the unladen weight.  Too many variables.  I believe the front axle on the 4X4's is a Dana 70F, but not sure yet.

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Well that's the thing, in case of the F-4-750's you can find detailed spec sheets and upfitter info anywhere. For a European that's really inconveniant. Ok so most likely a D70, but isnt the Super60 actually the stronger axle with just a less high rating?

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