BAZ 6954 was a prototype of a special chassis with a payload of 17.1 tonnes designed to mount special miliraty equipment. This was the most efficient and heavy flatbed truck in 90s. It has the wheelbase of 7000 mm and is a future development of BAZ 69501 chassis, unified with BAZ 69502. The only prototype BAZ 6954 was made in 1990 and got two 210 hp KamAZ diesels and two transmissions. It wasn't equipped with PTOs. The frame and independent suspensions were reinforced. The main feature of BAZ 6954 was it closed all-metal 4-seat cabin with 2 side doors. GVW was increased to 36 tonnes (curb weight was the same as 69502 - 18.5 tonnes). Top speed was reduced to 60 kph, fuel consumption grew up to 85 liters per 100 km. Range - 682 km. The chassis finished factory tests in 1991. BAZ 6954 was never used in the army.
Mammoet Rallysport developed a new Renault Trucks Sherpa rallytruck for the Dakar 2017. The first racing Sherpa prototype burnt down some time ago and the team worked very hard with MKR Adventure to build a new truck for the rally. It based on a military Sherpa, but the rally version has a complete different layout, driveline and suspension. The new rally truck was debuted at the Dakar 2017 on January 1st.
BAZ 6948 / 69481 were prototypes of 14-tonnes chassis intended to use as a part of a new missle complex Oka-U. Development of both models started in 1982 together with BAZ-69441. That's why all these vehiles were unified between each other. Like amphibious vehicles, BAZ 6948 / 69481 were equipped with displacement type metal hulls, but they were not sealed, and the vehicles could only be used on land. The main design of BAZ 6948 was similar to BAZ 69441 and 6944 with open bodies. The first and only BAZ 69481 was made in 1987. BAZ 6948 and 69481 chassis with a wheelbase of 6500 mm were equipped with two 210 hp diesels KamAZ 740 and the reinforced frame made of Z-shaped steel profiles. They also had PTOs for an electric generator and pump, as well as stand-alone electric and hydraulic systems of main units. Curb weight was reduced by 1 tonne. The 6948 was intended to deliver two missles in an open top cargo, while 69481 was fitted with a higher cargo compartment with closed top and 5-tonnes hydrocrane. In 1987 a new missle launcher system of a missle complex 9K715U 'OKA-U' was fitted on BAZ 69481 chassis. It would be used as part of reconnaissance-strike complex with access to information from the media airborne reconnaissance, which allowed advance produce rapid retargeting missiles. But future works were stopped.
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One of the most original dual-used BAZ prototype was 11-ton truck BAZ 6951P fitted with two 260 hp KamAZ diesels mounted in the middle of the frame under the flatbed cargo platform. This allowed to optimize weight distribution between the axles, reduce noise level in the cabin and increase length of the cargo platform. But there was a main disadvantage, connected with overheating of the engines.
Intended to transport personnel and cargoes. The GAZ-33097 prototype vehicle is a further development of the well-known GAZ-66-11 truck model. The vehicle is the prototype of the GAZ-3308 and GAZ-33081 Sadko trucks. The vehicle uses a modern conventional bonnet cab with the cab internal volume increased as compared to the GAZ-66-11. The controls are arranged to modern requirements as the seat adjustment and the steering with a hydraulic booster ensuring high level of comfort under complicated vehicle operation conditions. The GAZ-33097 has the mounting characteristics not inferior to those of the GAZ-66-11 vehicle. The vehicle is designed for operation at an ambient temperature of -45 to +50 °C, a relative air humidity of up to 98 % at a temperature of +25 °C and a wind velocity of up to 30 m/s and in conditions of highlands at an altitude of up to 4,500 m with a capability of clearing passovers of up to 4,650 m. A four-stroke multifuel diesel engine with gas-turbine charging and a power of 81-88 kW (110-120 hp). The vehicle design permits installation of different models. A mechanical, three-way and 5-speed gearbox with continuous gear meshing and synchronizers for gears 2, 3. 4 and 5. A mechanical 2-step transfer gearbox with a direct drive and a reduction gear and with front and rear axle drives. Driving axles: final drive - of a bevel hypoid type, differential - of a limited-slip gearless type. Front suspension: longitudinal half-elliptic leaf springs with attachment in rubber cushions and hydraulic shock absorbers. Rear suspension: longitudinal half-elliptic leaf springs with attachment in rubber cushions and additional shock absorbers. Frame: stamped riveted type. Wheels: disk type with 228G-457 rims with bead and split locking rings. Tires: pneumatic, size 12.00-R18 or 12.00-R20. Air pressure regulation system: centralized and controllable from the cab. Steering: a mechanical steering drive with a hydraulic booster. A trauma-safe steering column. Brake systems: the working system is of a two-circuit type with separate axle deceleration and a hydrovacuum booster. The brake mechanism is of a drum type. The parking brake system is a of transmission type with a mechanical drive. Electrical equipment: a single-wire system, 24 V, two 6ST110A storage batteries or four 6ST55 storage batteries.
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The Coles crane in pic 24 is of great interest,I drove one of these Mk.4s in Germany back in 1970-71,it was nt in this colour scheme though!.Is this crane still around?.rnAlan
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