Battery Truck #4 In Service! | VLOG 009

Battery Truck #4 In Service! | VLOG 009



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A: It is a 50 ton Miller Industries Vulcan 950

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A: No, the carriage doesn’t slide back due to strict weight laws in California. The sliding carriage will make the truck to heavy in CA

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A: When vehicles are not running the transmission is not receiving circulating lubricant. If the driveshaft is left installed, the transmission, which is not receiving lubricant, is still spinning. This allows it to get very hot which eventually will cause major damage to the transmission. Therefore, removing the driveshaft completely eliminates the transmission from spinning. Simply leaving it in neutral is not sufficient since the transmission still spins in neutral.
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Semi Truck Flips Over! Towing And Recovery – Part 1 – Rigging For Upright

Semi Truck Flips Over! Towing And Recovery  - Part 1 -  Rigging For Upright



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A: Simply said, our wide open desert highways here in Indio do not require a rotator. Most scenarios allow us to drive the truck right down to the wreckage and perform our recovery without taking up any more lane than a rotator would. Another simple reason is price. They are very expensive trucks that, once again aren’t really needed here. With that being said, that doesn’t mean we will never get one just not at the moment.
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Box Truck Breaks Down And Needs A Tow

Box Truck Breaks Down And Needs A Tow



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Semi Truck Rolled Over! Part 1 Of 3 (Offloading Trailer) – Kansas City Trailer Repair – By USTrailer.com

Semi Truck Rolled Over! Part 1 Of 3  (Offloading Trailer)

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Car Tire Repair WHEN SHOP WILL NOT FIX IT – Emergency use only – how to fix a car tire for $4 DIY – Kansas City Trailer Repair – By USTrailer.com

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In this video I’ll show you how to pull an axle at the Pull-A-Part salvage yard. It’s pretty simple but there are a few tricky parts to it and I’ll show you how to deal with those.

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Dump Truck’s Transmission is Destroyed :( Plus A Brake Repair & Driveshaft Bearing Replacement! – Kansas City Trailer Repair – By USTrailer.com

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DIY: How to Get Your Vehicle Unstuck in the Snow

DIY: How to Get Your Vehicle Unstuck in the Snow



Video tutorial on how to get your vehicle unstuck in the snow. If you manage to get stuck in the winter, it can be certainly frustrating and you also risk damaging your vehicle. This can include burning up your tires, hard on cv or u joints in axles or driveshaft, and the transmission. Here I am working with a rear wheel drive truck which are known to be worse in the snow as they have minimal weight over the drive wheels. If you are spinning the wheels and not moving, stop. This will create heat, melting the snow into ice under the tires, not allowing the vehicle to gain traction. Beyond that, this will also put excessive wear on your tires.

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Procedure:
-you may also find straightening the wheels will help reduce drag
-this is especially noticeable if you are trying to drive through existing tire tracks, rather than trying to create new tracks which can basically act as a wedge under the wheel
-with no work you might be able to rock the vehicle
-what this means is that you’ll have to alternate between forward and reverse, normally this does involve some foot work, using both feet, one for the brake and the other for the throttle
-what we are trying to achieve here is getting the wheel up higher on the sides of the rut, finally building up enough moment to drive out of that rut
-not all vehicles have this option, but on this particular truck I can select second gear, this allows for less wheel spin by using a higher gear ratio which in turn reduces torque
-the first aid I like to start with is cleaning the access snow from around all four wheels, normally about a foot ahead and a foot behind
-you will be able to move the vehicle in either direction, especially if you’re having trouble moving it specifically forward or in reverse
-use the assistance of an object underneath a tire, such as a block of wood
-clean some snow away, ensure it’s about 2ft long and wedge it under the drive tire
-when stick an object under the wheel, be extremely careful with the throttle as this can grab the object and throw it, either hurting someone or damaging something and this can include your vehicle
-using an old floor mat or even a scrap piece of carpet
-other objects can also be used such as a chain, rope, plastic grate, etc
-using sand or gravel, again using the scoop, ensure any excessive amount of snow has been remove from around the wheel, then place the dirt before and after the drive wheels
-put weight over the drive wheels
-this is normally easier with a rear wheel drive as you can place weight in the box or trunk
-if you push that weight past the wheels, this will cantilever the weight increasing the downward force, with a truck, use the weight of the snow
-even use concrete blocks, sand bags, jugs of water, etc.
-other things which can also be used is tire chains or studded tires, but they’re not always legal depending on where you live as they can damage a paved surface

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Semi’s Need Mud Tires

Semi's Need Mud Tires



Rainy day at work, excavating a back alley, and using the material we excavate to build a road going into the snow dump. Didn’t look bad from the pavement, but when he turned in it was real greasy. Tried to turn around and then with the slicks we got on our tractors he just spun and then slid off the road a bit. Went out with the grader to get him unstuck. Just got him to dump his load and i just spread it away from him to try and get him as light as we could to make it easier to pull out.
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