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Problems Encountered in Mounting of Utility Equipment on Truck Chassis
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1967 by SAE International in United States
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The wide acceptance in the last 10 years of utility equipment, such as hydraulic derricks and aerial devices, has pointed out many long existing problems in mounting equipment to truck chassis. The newer equipment developments have brought to light many new problems. Many of these problems are herein documented, together with possible solutions.
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CitationHansen, H., "Problems Encountered in Mounting of Utility Equipment on Truck Chassis," SAE Technical Paper 670131, 1967, https://doi.org/10.4271/670131.
- Utility equipment manufacturers contributing problems: Asplundh Chipper Co., Baker Equipment Engineering Co., Holan Div., Ohio Brass Co., Hunt-Pierce Corp., Mc-Cabe-Powers Body Co., Mobile Aerial Towers, Inc., Pitman Manufacturing Co., Stahl Metal Products, Inc., Tel-E-Lect, Inc., Telsta Corp., Utility Body Co.
- The information charted is that shown in Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, GMC, and International Truck Data Books, as required to obtain listed gvw ratings.
- Peterson W. L., “Requirements of Truck Chassis for Rotating Derricks.” Paper SP-238, presented at SAE Automotive Engineering Congress, Detroit, January 1963
- Chevrolet Truck Data Book, page 27, Truck Selection Guide for Special Applications.
- Wagner R. W., “What is Expected of Today's Power Take-Offs.” Paper 650624 presented at SAE International West Coast Meeting, Vancouver, B. C., Canada, August 1965.