BAZ 69502 is the prototype of a special long-wheelbase flatbed chassis with a payload of 13.3 tonnes, unified with BAZ 69501. This was the last army truck development of BAZ in USSR. It was made in 1990 and got the new 4-place metal cabin with increased resistance to damaging of a nuclear explosion factors, the rear slope of windshield and two hatches in the roof for enter/exit of the crew. Another feature was longer wheelbase increased to 7000 mm (1500+4000+1500 mm). Curb weight - 18.5 tonnes, GVW - 32.2 tonnes. Ground clearance - 470 mm, turning radius - 15 m. Overall dimensions - 11,300x3080x3050 mm. Front overhang was increased to 3025 mm (BAZ 69501 has 2760 mm).
BAZ 69501 was a modernized multipurpose chassis for mounting of a havy military equipment and transporting loads weighting up to 14 tonnes. It was developed to be a replacement to BAZ 6950. The main disadvantage of the precessor was a tank engine UTD-25, which had low service life, poor adaptability to work at low temperatures, and other. A prototype 6950M made in December 1985 became a base for BAZ 69501 chassis. It was finished an endurance to the Pamirs and back the next summer, then passed military tests. BAZ 69501 went into the service in 1989. The mass production started in July 1988 and finished in 1993, when the supply of KamAZ engines stopped. Technically the new chassis was unified to the amphibious prorotype BAZ 69441, but had units similar to BAZ 6950. It was fitted with two diesel engines Kamaz-740 V8 (10,85 liters, 210 hp each), two dry clutches, two manual 5-speed gearboxes Kamaz-14, two transfer gearboxes with lockable differentials and two power take-offs. It saved the same wheelbase as the BAZ 6950 (6800 mm). Its overall dimensions were 11,040x3127x2970 mm. Clearance was reduced to 4500 mm. Curb weight - 17.5 tonnes, GVW - 31.9 tonnes. Top speed - 70 kph. Fuel consumption - 60 l/100 km. Range - 967 km.
BAZ 6950 is a multipurpose chassis unified with amphibious BAZ-6944. It was developed for mounting special military equipment and transporting of huge loads with a weight of up to 12 tonnes. The first prototype was finished in 1979. The next year BAZ 6905 went into service and had been producing for 7 years. It got an reinforced welded tube frame and fiberglass heat-insulated 2-door cabin with a reverse slope windshield, OV-65G heater, and hatch in the roof. There is an engine compartment and all-metal flatbed body behind the cabin. The overall design was similar to BAZ 6944. BAZ 6950 got a 400 hp diesel engine UTD-25, transmission with a torque converter and 5-speed gearbox, and independent suspension. Its wheelbase was increased to 6800 mm. Overall dimensions - 10,800x3080x2910 mm. Clearance was reduced to 465 mm. GVW - 16 tonnes. Maximum speed - 75 kph. The chassis wasn't popular in the army, and produced in small quantities.
In 2016, KRAZ factory presented a new 2-axle all-wheel drive model KrAZ 5401NE. It debuted as a fire chassis with a double cabin with 4 doors, flat body panels and a flat windshield. Its payload is 9 tonnes. There are no information about the engine of KRAZ 5401NE, but its top speed is 90 kph. The equipment includes the driver's seat with air suspension, adjustable steering wheel, central tire inflation system, two fuel tanks with a capacity of 165 liters each. Range - 600 km. KrAZ is going to make a huge range of vehicles based on 5401NE model.
During the development of BAZ 6944 amphibious chassis, in 70s BAZ made offroad chassis "Basis" to tranport military equipment, which later grew up in the 6950 range. The first prototype of a 12-ton BAZ 6952 was finished in 1976. It was fitted with an old metal cabin from MAZ-537. Another equipment was similar to another BAZ military chassis, such as 6950 and amphibious chassis 6944. In 1977-79, a small batch of BAZ 6952 chassis were made. It included flatbed versions and special chassis with military van bodies. The vehicles passed the government tests in 1980 and open the way for the BAZ 6950 range.
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