Nice to see you posting again, even though I dread the volume you produce Biotect
I have not quite finished Wigglesworth's book, about half way through, but I had previously read Ulrich Dolde's. So far I think Ulrich's is more helpful, and well worth a look although targeting the same people in a similar way. The English version has been available on DVD for a while, and is now in print too.
Libransser said:Hey biotect,
I'm seeing you are posting again. Does that mean the thread will come out of hibernation? I would like to post some thoughts on key aspects of the TerraLiner that would probably further the discussion, but I don't know if the latest posts are something temporal or not.
Particularly noteworthy are Wigglesworth's comments and his chapter about pivoting subframes. Wigglesworth is quite clear that one possible solution might be no pivoting subframe at all; but rather, a super-rigid chassis frame that does not twist, or that twists very little. Indeed, Wigglesworth's first "case study" is the conversion of a security truck into an overland camper, where the cargo box that was to hold the money was constructed so robustly, and placed directly on top of a chassis frame strengthened to be very rigid, such that no pivoting subframe was necessary.
Hello. For an example of "rigid truck", here in Spain there are coaches built from unimogs and eurocargo 4x4 chasis, like mine.
Hope it helps.
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