Member Since: 17 May 2009
Location: Bury, Lancs
that isnt the Scania you can here ticking over its the D4 crank shells slipping
I take it thats a 40 tonne strap there using is it or is the trailer empty ?
After 10 years of ownership the disco still amazes me Danhag FBH Controller,D4 Rear LEDs/hids leds,Rosen DVD / Playstation,Osram Front Fog DRL's,Sliding Rear Floor,Traxide Dual Charging System/Optima Yellowtop,D4 20" ten spokes with LTZ's,De-Tango'd Headlights with led indicators,RLD Spare Wheel Protector,Mantec Sump Guard,IID BT Diagnostic Tool
28th Feb 2018 10:05 am
Member Since: 10 Jul 2013
Can’t say wether the trailer is empty or fully laden.
But looking back on history with the older discovery’s pulling trains, I think 40 ton would be a breeze for the disco.
I went round the Police Control room covering Spaghetti junction some years ago and was told they would regularly pull fully loaded , 38 Tonne then, units off the motorway with Range Rovers. I think the advantage of D3/4's is their weight. They must be maxed out with the on-board kit.
The third axle would be off the ground even if fully laden in those conditions so as to put more weight on the driven axle and improve grip. Perfectly permissible to get you out of trouble at low speed in snow and ice.
Comedy was a horse, Harvey a dog, both sadly gone. Thought I was choosing a password!
Discovery 3 HSE 2009
101" Fwd. Control 1976
Nuffield 10/90 Tractor (10/60 with 6 cylinder conversion) 1964
Series III Lightweight. 1976.
28th Feb 2018 12:12 pm
Member Since: 20 Dec 2014
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
Member Since: 23 Dec 2012
THEY ALL need telling off .
You neva drag /pull a weight off the tow ball just looked at both vids and both doing the same should be shackled to the chassis through the metal towing eye by the plug in electrics.
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