That’s another example of a truck on Russian roads, without a wheel. Now it goes without a forward wheel.
It looks like they loaded it on one side, so it wouldn’t fall over. Cool
Hmmm… czech made truck Tatra )
In Russia everything’s possible
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funny how Sauri takes his time to type out “who cares”
apparently, you do and enough that you would type a reply.
try to make more logical comments next time
In Soviet Russia, truck doesn’t lose tire, tire loses truck.
I actually did LOL that one, Texas1!
I wonder how often something like this happens in the states. I mean, I’m sure it does, just no one takes pictures? I saw a semi driving in front of me once and one of his tires was completely torn off. And I saw another before and one of his back tires wouldn’t spin, so it was just leaving a giant skid mark behind him.
Just imagine, he can now make an extra-wide left hand turn where the front of the truck passes right over the corner of a side walk and the truck will never touch it. An ingenious modification.
Really, if you think about the wheel arrangement, this is similar to a motorcycle with a side car.
Ha Ha, in western countries truck loses tire, driver loses control, truck and driver crashes.
Because western vehicles cant go whitout all the tires.
Tatras were designed to go without the front wheel. That’s usual
ONE problem thats not tatra. its “kamaz”
the advertisement says “tanks are not afraid of dirt, buy kamaz”
it is Tatra 815. This would not be possible with Kamaz. The truck can go without wheel, because of half-axles.
This is the best post on this topic i have ever read.
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