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Freightliner FLC

Freightliner FLC in Control Factor, Movie made for TV, 2003 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: US

Freightliner FLC

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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Jale PL

2009-07-26 19:38

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Ddey65 US

2009-07-26 21:31

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That's actually a simple truck, not a trailer truck. The second wheel behind the gas tank is either a steering axle or a tag axle.

Neptune US

2009-07-27 00:21

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Most probably a Peterbilt of some kind ...

max1349 CA

2009-07-27 01:56

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Freightliner Classic ? or a Western Star

fordlord US

2009-10-10 02:57

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Looks like a Western Star to me.

jettalover US

2009-10-10 04:23

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What's a tag axle?

tonkaTRACKER US

2009-10-10 04:30

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A tag axle is a free-rotating axle behind the drive axle which is not part of the drivetrain. Trucks use tag axles for load-bearing purposes.

rjluna2 US

2009-10-10 04:31

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A tag axle is a dead axle to comply local road legal to distribute the weight on the street.

Some tag axle can be lower to adjust the weight distribute when loaded.

More information at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axle#Dead_axles.2Flazy_axles and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Bridge_Gross_Weight_Formula .

DIAMOND US

2010-12-01 20:33

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max1349 wrote Freightliner Classic ? or a Western Star


I would say Freightliner some thing maybe a FLC-120

DIAMOND US

2010-12-01 20:34

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Yea, It's a Freightliner something,cause look at the symbol at the white fender mud flap

Camarofan PH

2010-12-15 03:08

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Peterbilt ?

Freightliner US

2011-02-17 09:15

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Looks like a Freightliner FLC from the late 80s with a set back axle. Speaking of axles, the axle behind the fuel tank is a tag axle and might also be an air powered lift axle to carry extra weight depending on how much weight that truck is carrying in the dump body. Some dump trucks used in the vocational or regional market such as this one use set back axles for more payloads as well as a tighter turning radius.

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