Tomtom 6000 trucket


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Tenho Dúvidas no respeita as configuraçoes dos pesos e Eixos Que devo Colocar no GPS!
 
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Eu não posso falar Português, então eu espero que esta tradução não é terrível.

I têm a unidade de "TomTom Bridge", mas que pode ser similar.

Há dois números que você deve usar.

Primeiro: Um número é para o peso de todo veículo quando carregado com mercadorias ("gross").
O segundo número é o peso máximo que é permitido para um eixo.

Se você pode dizer o fabricante e modelo do seu caminhão, podemos ajudá-lo a encontrar esses números.
 

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Este forum tem apenas moderadores de língua inglesa.

(Google translation)
Google é meu amigo. Most of the trick is in very careful selection of words (NO seconds meanings, for example).
 

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canderson said:
Se você pode dizer o fabricante e modelo do seu caminhão, podemos ajudá-lo a encontrar esses números.
Not to forget that the same vehicle may have different GVW and axle loads in different countries.
 

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GVWR / GVM (gross total) and GAW (gross per axle) is specified by the manufacturer, and it should never vary anywhere in the EU. Where the vehicle can be driven is a separate issue.

There are often variations with models, though. For example, a Unimog U530 can be outfitted to handle a range of 11,990 kg - 16,500 kg GVWR.
 
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There are often variations with models, though. For example, a Unimog U530 can be outfitted to handle a range of 11,990 kg - 16,500 kg GVWR.
It was my first hand experience with the U406 and specifically the U416 of the late '70s that made me post that.
 

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That's not a difference by country, though ... it's a difference in the way you spec out the truck you want (e.g., you can get the U503 in more than one wheelbase length with different GVWR).
 

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I have driven 406/416 and 1300 and have been in a 1700, the latter being 435 series.
Can you give me a URL for the 503 series, I cannot find one.
 
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Fat fingered it. Was trying to type U530.
 

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