Leading axle - steered

The installation of an air-suspended leading axle with a lifting device as well as an electrohydraulic steering system increases maneuverability in confined building site areas. The repositioning of the components and the modification of the wheelbase enables tipper, flatbed or concrete mixer superstructures.

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Trailing Axle - steered

Installation of an electro-hydraulically steered trailing axle not only results in a significantly improved maneuverability, but also in required load capacity for heavy superstructures such as a concrete pump.

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Atego 6x2 TA

Atego 6x2 with steered trailing axle for heavy distribution traffic, municipal and fire brigade superstructures.

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Narrow Width

As a conversion partner of both Daimler AG and a large number of different body manufacturers, development and production expertise for reducing the chassis width has been concentrated for many years at Paul Nutzfahrzeuge and has now been extended to the new Euro-6 configurations of the Mercedes-Benz Antos, Arocs and Actros series. The legally specified maximum chassis width of 2.55 m has been reduced considerably in the narrow width configuration in order to enable use with bodies even under extremely cramped spatial conditions.

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Unimog RAS

To increase maneuverability, Paul Nutzfahrzeuge has realized all-wheel steering. This makes possible both front-axle and all-wheel steering, as well as diagonal steering and manual rear-axle steering.



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Econic RAS

Fast and safe arrival is vital in fire extinguishing and rescue operations: Paul Nutzfahrzeuge has developed an all-wheel steering system in order to increase agility, especially in confined inner-city areas with dense traffic. The rigid rear axle has been replaced by an electro-hydraulically steered axle with differential lock and drum brakes. This makes both front and all-wheel steering possible as well as diagonal steering and manual rear axle steering.

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Zetros Fire Truck with Crew Cab

Conversion of a Mercedes-Benz Zetros all-wheel drive standard chassis into a impressive special tank water tender with crew cabin that can accommodate a fire brigade up to six crew members. This vehicle was designed for multi-functional support in fire protection and technical assistance, but also on behalf of special operations in open area and forest firefighting, floods and other disasters.

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Zetros 8x8 TA

Conversion of a 6x6 all-wheel drive Mercedes-Benz Zetros to an 8x8 special chassis for harsh off-road use.

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Panorama glazed cab

The conversion from standard cabins to panorama glazed special cabins is in particular required for working machines in the forestry and in the communal sector. Through the panoramic glazing on the side and back, the cab becomes the driver's seat for cranes, mowers, wood chippers and many other construction variants.

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Agro Mover 4x4

The Agro Mover is a tailor-made vehicle range in Euro-6 configuration for the European markets. Its development was target-oriented towards the increased demands of modern agricultural logistics.

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Agro Truck 6x6

The Agro Truck 6x6, an all-wheel-drive three-axle truck for agricultural bogies (e.g. spreader). Its specialty is an environmentally friendly and exceptionally versatile field of work in the fields and on freeways.

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Agro Truck 8x4/8x6/8x8

The Agro Truck, an all-wheel-drive four-axle truck for agricultural bogies. Its specialty is an environmentally friendly and exceptionally versatile field of work in the fields and on freeways.

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Sandwich PTO

Power shiftable PTO for stationary and mobile operation.

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Double-Steering Bus

Especially at highly frequented tourist locations and in historic old towns it is traffic-technically particularly close. In some places not even remains enough space for a turning area. The solution of Paul Nutzfahrzeuge and Contrac Cobus is a newly developed bus with double-steering and two cabs. The world's first bus of this type chauffeured visitors to the French Abbey of St. Michel.

 

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