The Super 10 is a VERY easy transmission to learn and many drivers refer to it as the «lazy man’s» transmission. The transmission was designed for ease of shifting and newbies do well with it because the Super 10 eliminates a lot of shifts that require moving the gearshift from one gear to another!
- 1 What is the difference between a 10 speed and a Super 10?
- 2 What is 8LL transmission?
- 3 How many tons does a super ten hold?
- 4 How many gears does a dump truck have?
- 5 What is a Super 10 dump truck?
- 6 How much does a Super 10 transmission weigh?
- 7 How do you shift an 18 speed?
- 8 What RPM should I shift 13 speed?
- 9 How do you double clutch?
- 10 How much does a 8LL transmission weigh?
What is the difference between a 10 speed and a Super 10?
Super 10 has two gears in every «hole». One «shift» is done with switch on side of shifter. Reg 10, you go thru 5 gears, switch, go thru 5 more. Thats my best simple description of the diff.
What is 8LL transmission?
8LL manual transmission
The Eaton Fuller 8LL manual transmissions provide drivers with the versatility they need for a mix of on- and off-highway applications. These transmissions offer eight road speed gears and two additional deep reduction ratios in low and reverse.
How many tons does a super ten hold?
>> Super 10 dump truck load is 11 yards or 17 tons.
How many gears does a dump truck have?
The average truck has a total of 10 gears. However, some manufacturers load their trucks with more. There have been as many as 18 gears in a trucker’s crankshaft. These gears give the truck extra power to get up to speed faster.
What is a Super 10 dump truck?
Invented more than 30 years ago, Super Dumps, or super 10 dump trucks, maximize not just the gross weight they can carry, but also the payload and profitability as well. Super Dumps haul more material in the least amount of time, which means increased revenue over the lifetime of the vehicle.
How much does a Super 10 transmission weigh?
|Speeds:||10 forward, 2 reverse|
|Torque Capacity Lbs.Ft. (Nm):||1850 (2509)|
|Weight Lbs. (kg):||592 (269)|
|Length Inches (mm):||29.93 (760.2)|
How do you shift an 18 speed?
The 18 speed transmission is laid out in an ‘H’ pattern. The easiest way to become familiar with the 18 speed is to practice shifting in an H pattern. The driver uses second, third, fourth, and fifth, then splits up into high range. Then, shift the H pattern again for sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth gear.
What RPM should I shift 13 speed?
Shift at peak torque on flat or downhill grades, shift at progressively higher than peak torque RPM for steeper grades. When you complete your shift you want to be 400 RPM below peak torque with 13/18 speed.
How do you double clutch?
To double-clutch shift, first you press the clutch pedal to free the engine from the transmission. This allows the collar to move into neutral without the engaged dog teeth in the side of the gear. When you release the clutch pedal, you have to rev the engine to get it to the right rpm value for the next gear.
How much does a 8LL transmission weigh?
|Speeds:||10 forward, 3 reverse|
|Torque Capacity Lbs.Ft. (Nm):||860-1650 (1166-2237)|
|Weight Lbs. (kg):||690 (313)|
|Length Inches (mm):||33.1 (841)|