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A_anu

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[QUOTE = "nathane, post: 2494368, member: 177719"] ¡Increíble punto de partida, parece divertido!

Estoy en una etapa similar, así que será genial ver tu trabajo.

Inmediatamente estoy interesado en los pasos que muestra (foto neue treppe) ¿podría decirnos dónde los vio?

Todo lo mejor y buena suerte

Nathan [/ QUOTE]

Hii , thank you equally for your way brother! :) In this German forum there is a lot of information about projects of this type:

https://www.allrad-lkw-gemeinschaft.de/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=33

Greetings and Good luck
 

A_anu

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Well soon it seems that we will see the results! I have sold the concrete mixer (it goes to Galicia), I bought a drawer from another truck and right now we have it in the body shop!

We hope to have it signed for this Christmas ^^
Then it will touch the interior arrangement.
If I can upload images as the transformation progresses, from French concrete mixer to expedition truck! We already feel like hehe
I have created a simple blog to share our experience.
Best Regards

 

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Finally the tires are the 385/65 R22'5, the subframe will be with springs, we will install a second diesel tank (600 liters in total) a rear tire carrier with manual lift (I would like to take a platform to carry bikes, or a motorcycle, even an ATV without having to put it in the garage every time) and a defense similar to Unicat is the configuration that we are going to do little by little!
 

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A_anu

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Hello everyone, I share our progress, i think I should patent it, it's going to be a lot of fun, from a concrete mixer truck, to an expedition vehicle!
We have everything you need to give this truck a new life, we haven't named it yet!

Regards Toni

It's something
 

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Sitec

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Hi Toni.

Good to see progress. You have a good chassis choice to start. Are you going to lengthen the wheelbase/chassis?
 

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A_anu

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We will take advantage of the distance that I have 3'80 of wheelbase, we have lengthened the chassis, the box will be 5.40 meters long, 2.50 wide, and 2.20 high, plus a rear wheel carrier with platform and garage for a covered quadricycle . Maybe it's not the perfect exit angle, but it will get ahead of all the problems, I'm sure. We need the maximum available space, the air bottles are already in the center of the chassis, and the batteries will also go inside! All fenders and drawers will be made of metal. There is already a simple but reliable winch installed! We hope to have more progress soon! It looks like an expedition truck! Somehow we have been traveling for a long time ...
Greetings Toni 👋
 

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Yes, the comments are very positive, I think it is perfect for extra help, the truck will weigh 14,000kg maximum allowed. We will place reinforced pull rings in the box, so as not to tip!
 

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A_anu

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Finally we have achieved 5'60 meters long, we will have a side terrace of 3.20 long x 2 meters wide, and the tire rack will include a platform that can be lifted by the winch! Similar with the lilink
 

Madoxen

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Nice that you managed to get the extra length and that you are making progress:) the video was good , just wish i spoke rusion could kind of follow it though :)
 
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