I have finally learned enough! Year after Year, I tried to fix this truck. But to no avail. Today, it comes to life in all of its original, intended glory! This is a great day for me, as everything has finally come together after a long, and arduous journey. This is my Scania R620 Tow Truck. I have done many videos about this truck over the years.. but a lot of them have been discussing a problem that I was finally able to solve today. I am elated!
The issue was my hydraulic pump was causing a “battle switch” (from dimension engineering), to cut in and out for apparently no reason. As you can see from this video this truck is certainly one of the most complicated electric issues I could face in this crazy mess of wires.
Since then, I have torn this truck down a few times in hopes of understanding how the entire truck works.. and now, I defiantly get it! I have been wanting to repair this truck specifically for another show we produce on our second channel. The show is called “Loading Wars”.. and its an RC Game Show that we created that uses semi trucks, forklifts, and a myriad of other warehouse machines. Its basically Everything you were taught at work NOT to do, we DO in miniature! hah .. here is a link:
You will see MORE of this truck in upcoming episodes ! Thank you for checking out my “micro mechanics” video.. haha!
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Winter often means snow-covered and icy roads. Experienced truckers know that the lighter the load, the less traction the tires have. Even trucks hauling heavy loads can lose traction in snow and ice. One of the most important things about driving a commercial motor vehicle during adverse weather conditions is to maintain vehicle traction. Ice, snow, and high winds all work towards reducing traction as well as visibility.
Tire chains are one of the best tools to help maintain traction when the road surfaces are covered in winter precipitation. In this video we will show you how to install tire chains on your commercial vehicle. Extreme conditions are not the best time to learn how to install tire chains, so inspect them and practice installing prior to needing to actually use them!
Please remember, even though you might have great traction and the experience to drive in less-than-perfect road conditions, the other driver might not!
The number of deadly accidents related to big rig tires is on the rise, and federal regulators are pledging to find a way to reverse the disturbing trend. Jeff Pegues reports from Interstate 95 in Maryland, where increasing speed limits may be too much for tires to handle.
Tyler King of T & T Mobile Repair was interviewed by CBS 5 in Michigan about the impact of the hot weather on semi truck tires. Excessively hot weather causes more blown tires which are littering highways around the country. Tyler King gives advice to both semi truck drivers and the general public about tire safety during the hotter months. Visit for more!
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Hi, I am Aaron from Badger Utility. Today I am going to show you how to do three things, check for suspension bushing wear, check the wear washers on the suspension bushings, and check the shock bushing wear as well. Let’s get started.
We will start with the suspension bushings. To check to see if those are worn or not, we will measure from the bottom of the arm to the bottom of the hanger. I have taken my ruler and put a line on the ¾” mark to make it easier to see. I will put the ruler on the bottom of the suspension arm and I am measuring from the bottom of the arm to the bottom of the hanger. Anything less than ¾” the bushing are ok. Anything more than ¾” the bushings are worn and need to be replaced. These are under ¾”, they can stay in service.
Another thing we are going to check for is the wear washers. Now the wear washers are the plastic circles on the outside of the suspension arm. Those protect the hanger from wear while the suspension arm is moving. Now if you see the washers are cupped, torn or missing, they need to be replaced. Now just because the wear washers may be worn, doesn’t necessarily mean the suspension bushings are worn. Otherwise, these look pretty good. They can stay in service.
Finally we will check the shock bushings. The shock bushings are located right where the shock bolts into. They are just a rubber bushing. If you can twist the shock and notice a quite a bit of play, they need to be replaced. This strap right here helps protect the shock from over extending if you ever lift the trailer up or go into some hilly areas. Another thing you will want to check for is if you have any broken or bent bolts or cracked mounts. The shock also may have a little bit of dirt or oil film on the bottom of the shock right here. Just because there is a little bit of dirt or oil film doesn’t mean it is leaking. If the shock has clear oil runs running down the tube it needs to be replaced. These shocks look pretty good. They can stay in service.
I have shown you three different suspension parts to check. Making sure these parts aren’t worn and are in good operating condition, will keep your trailer riding smooth down the road.