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My way of chaining up a Big Rig Semi Truck. Rear drive axles.
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!
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Electrically sourced harmonic oscillations originate in the crank bearings and are amplified by the gyroscopic responses to of the vibration dampener and flywheel. The gyroscopic responses transform micro vibrations into rotation torque that is fed back into the engine transforming the circular rotational forces in your crank bearings into orbital forces. the orbital forces lead to the shaking of the entire engine block and vehicle as well. when the engine is defrictionized the crank and bearing babbitt surfaces both become negatively charged. this creates a repelling field that eliminates the source of harmonic oscillations as well as all of the side effects of these electrically sourced vibrations. vibrations allow combustion gases to escape past the piston rings leading to blow by and pollution of the oil. when the vibrations are removed there is often a noticeable reduction in blow by.
Having moisture in your air system is the #1 reason you have air system issues.
Volvo Truck Part Number: 85110799
The Air Dryer Cartridge is recommended to be replaced yearly due to being filled with particles that were filtered from the air. This filter will solve your slow build up and will help ensure your air going to tanks is filtered.
Engines: D12 (VED12), D13 (VED13), D16 (VED16), Cummins ISX