Excuse the rough shifting. I drove this truck much, much better when I didn't have the differential lock engaged. I was out in a muddy field for such a long period of time, waiting on other trucks to get loaded and unstuck that it totally slipped my mind to flip the lock back off when I finally got back to solid pavement. I realized my mistake and corrected the issue, shortly after ending the video.
Just a few minute portion of a run from one of the smaller corn circles, back to the dairy. Typical load that grossed about 100,000 lbs. To avoid monotony, I cut the video before I shifted into the big hole and grabbed the last two gears because the truck's got pretty tall gearing. It'll tach 1,300 RPM @ 65 in high gear.
Good shifting my friend, despite of the fact the differential is locked. I must say, automation has changed a lot (not to my satisfaction). I used to be a truck driver but I am now a network engineer..things change and looks like technology is the future. But I must admit, call me old school, but this is driving the way it should be..this is pure driving. Enjoy buddy!
Excuse the rough shifting. I drove this truck a whole lot better when I didn't have the differential lock locked in. I was out in a sloppy field for such a significant stretch of time, looking out for different trucks to get stacked and unstuck that it completely escaped my attention to flip the lock ease off when I at long last returned to strong asphalt. I understood my slip-up and remedied the issue, not long after finishing the video.
Only a couple of moment part of a run from one of the more modest corn circles, back to the dairy. Average burden that earned around 100,000 lbs. To keep away from dullness, I cut the video before I changed into the enormous opening and snatched the last two gears on the grounds that the truck has pretty tall outfitting. It'll tach 1,300 RPM @ 65 in high stuff.
Good shifting my friend, in spite of the reality the differential is locked. I should say, mechanization has changed a great deal (not agreeable to me). I used to be a transporter yet I am currently an organization engineer..things change and seems as though innovation is what's in store. In any case, I can't help but confess, call me old fashioned, yet this is driving the manner in which it ought to be..this is unadulterated driving.
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