Multiple 170D11 questions

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Re: Multiple 170D11 questions

#31 Beitrag von BlackHammer » 2019-03-27 20:13:23

Awww... So is this just so my brakes don't lock up during normal operation or does it help for off-road driving?

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Re: Multiple 170D11 questions

#32 Beitrag von OliverM » 2019-03-27 21:24:24

BlackHammer hat geschrieben:
2019-03-27 20:13:23
Awww... So is this just so my brakes don't lock up during normal operation or does it help for off-road driving?
This valve only regulates the brake pressure depending on the axle load .
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Re: Multiple 170D11 questions

#33 Beitrag von ud68 » 2019-03-28 16:59:08

I tried to explain beginnig with "blue marked":...

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Re: Multiple 170D11 questions

#34 Beitrag von BlackHammer » 2019-03-29 2:01:14

Apologies. English isn't my native language either and I wasn't sure if "avoid slippage of the rear axle" meant avoid wheel lock or avoid spinning of the wheels.

Thanks for all of the help!

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Re: Multiple 170D11 questions

#35 Beitrag von BlackHammer » 2019-04-17 2:35:22

So the saga continues.

Another roadblock.

I purchased some wheels. Seller claims that they fit 395/85r20 tyres. His listing shows photos of the wheels mounted on 395/85r20 tyres. My truck guy is saying they don't. They have a normal small flange, not the larger military flange. Anyone have a guide on wheel sizes and flange types? I can't find a definition of 10.00v-20 vs 10.00-20 vs 10.00w-20 wheels.

The listing for the wheels show them mounted on 395/85r20 and I confirmed via phone AND email that these wheels fit 395/85r20 tyres. The seller is a reputable surplus military dealer in the USA. They still insist that they do when clearly they have the incorrect flange for this tyre. Help? I'm at a bit of a loss. This is delaying the rest of my project as I wanted to confirm final height before sending the truck for fabrication next week (guess that's delayed AGAIN!).

Below are the new wheels (split apart) on top of a standard MRAP wheel mounted to the 395/85r20 tyre. As you can see, the new wheels don't have the right flange yet the seller insists that they fit.

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Re: Multiple 170D11 questions

#36 Beitrag von Pirx » 2019-04-17 10:17:11

BlackHammer hat geschrieben:
2019-04-17 2:35:22
I purchased some wheels. Seller claims that they fit 395/85r20 tyres. His listing shows photos of the wheels mounted on 395/85r20 tyres. My truck guy is saying they don't. They have a normal small flange, not the larger military flange. Anyone have a guide on wheel sizes and flange types? I can't find a definition of 10.00v-20 vs 10.00-20 vs 10.00w-20 wheels.
ETRTO Standards Manual says:
10.0-20: 5° tapered rim, flange height = 51 mm
10.00-20 V: flat base rim, flange height = 44 mm
10.00-20 W: flat base rim, flange height = 51 mm

Michelin says:
tires XZL 395/85R20: approved rims = 10.00 W, 10.00, 10.00 V
https://www.michelintruck.com/tires-and ... r/info/xzl

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Re: Multiple 170D11 questions

#37 Beitrag von BlackHammer » 2019-04-18 19:06:40

Thank you very much for this information. Cheers!

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