Euro Truck Simulator 2 N25 Realistic Physics DAF XF EURO 6 Super Space 60 ton Excavator ROAD WORK HD

Racing Wheel : Thrustmaster T500RS + Shift TH8R
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The DAF XF is a range of trucks produced by the Dutch manufacturer DAF since 1997. All right hand drive versions of the XF are assembled at Leyland Trucks in the UK.[1] The XF 105 won the International Truck of the Year 2007 award.[2] The truck features the 12.9 litre engine and ZF gearbox in both manual and automatic formats.

The military application of the DAF XF 95 series is called DAF SSC.

The Canadian Forces Land Force Command uses the XF95 Tropco Tractor for their tank transport platform leased from the Dutch Army.
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El DAF XF es un camión producido por el fabricante neerlandés DAF desde 1997. Originalmente, este modelo se denominaba DAF 95. Está disponible como cabeza tractora articulada con ejes desde 4×2 hasta 6×2. Todas las versiones del XF con el volante a la derecha son ensambladas en la empresa británica Leyland Trucks.1

El camión cuenta con un motor de 12,9 litros y caja de cambios ZF manual o automática. La nueva versión introducida en 2013 está disponible con motorizaciones de 290 a 510 CV, las cuales cumplen las normas Euro 6

La versión militar del DAF XF es denominada DAF SSC.

El ejército canadiense usa el tractocamión XF 95 Tropco para su plataforma de transporte de vehículos.
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Racing Wheel : Thrustmaster T500RS + Shift TH8R
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MAN Truck & Bus AG (formerly MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG, pronounced [ˈman ˈnʊt͡sˌfaːɐ̯t͡sɔʏ̯gə ʔaːˈgeː]) is the largest subsidiary of the MAN SE corporation and one of the leading international providers of commercial vehicles. Headquartered in Munich, Germany, MAN Truck & Bus produces trucks in the range from 7.49 to 44 t gvw, heavy goods vehicles up to 250 t road train gvw, bus-chassis, coaches, interurban coaches, and city buses. MAN Truck & Bus also produces diesel and natural-gas engines.

Trucks and buses of the product brand MAN and buses of the product brand Neoplan (premium coaches) belong to the MAN Truck & Bus Group.[1][2][3]

On 1 January 2011, MAN Nutzfahrzeuge (literally: commercial vehicles) was renamed as MAN Truck & Bus to better reflect the company’s products on the international market.

Light truck collaborations with Saviem and Volkswagen
From 1967 until 1977, MAN collaborated with France’s Saviem, selling their light to medium duty trucks with MAN badging in Germany and certain other markets. After the end of this, a deal was struck with Volkswagen which lasted until 1993. Production of a truck using the Volkswagen LT body started in 1979 and ended in 1993 with 72,000 units produced. It was available with four engines and four wheelbases over its lifetime; there was also a 4X4 version called 8.150 FAE. FAE means “forward control” cab, all-wheel drive, single tyres so the F nomenclature means “forward control” cab. This series is usually referred to as the G90, from the most common model, but also as the “G”-series. In the United Kingdom it was originally marketed as the “MAN MT” series. The original lineup in the UK consisted of the 6.90 and the 8.90 (the first digit denoting the GVW in tonnes, the second for power in metric horsepower) and the 8.136 and 9.136.[5]

MAN AG supplied engines which were available in inline-four and inline-six cylinder engine configurations, with DIN rated motive power outputs of:

67 kilowatts (91 PS; 90 bhp)
75 kilowatts (102 PS; 101 bhp)
101 kilowatts (137 PS; 135 bhp)
112 kilowatts (152 PS; 150 bhp)
MAN replaced the G series with the L2000 and M2000 ranges. Several models of the MAN-VWCV and the VWCV LT ranges were marketed in Spain by Enasa as Pegaso Ekus, in a typical badge engineering operation. Peterbilt also offered this model with their badging, as the 200 or 265 model.

VWCV and MAN shared the project development in accordance with the collaboration agreement as follows:

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles took care of:

the tilting driver’s cab including steering wheel and fixing, hand levers and foot pedals.
NOTE the VW LT Mk 1 cabin was used for the MAN-VW range, the cabins are wider than the standard LT cabins so they can fit the truck chassis

the complete interior equipment and heating
the manual gearbox with clutch and gear lever, the rear axle with rear-axle transmission and suspension
the cardan shafts including bearings
the electrical system for the entire concept, and the platforms for the standard design.
MAN was responsible for:
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