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How lite is Liteweight ? 16 Jan 2022 21:37 #230766

  • cobbadog
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I remember reading about these large capacity capcitors and thought WOW the weight savings and still have the ability to do the job. Then typical me my life got sidetracked and I forgot all about them.
I wonder what the cost is to buy one like that and compared to the normal 4 batteries?
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How lite is Liteweight ? 17 Jan 2022 00:30 #230777

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Re: about Aluminium chassis rails , my 1975 KW has what I think are extruded rails, 90 degree corners top and bottom of rails, rounded edges on the flanges. Being a Kenworth, the aluminium rails stop around the gearbox and a front sub-chassis bolts to the Al rails.

Interestingl, a lot of high pressure gas cylinders were extuded, I visitied the test range near Bathurst some years ago where cylinders, tanks etc were tested to failure buy CID (BOC?) , unfortunately no photos.. Some videos may be on Youtube.
Paul
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