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On vehicles with high bodies and with raised centre of gravity, a reduction in vehicle performance is to be expected.
Note:
Changing the steering and braking forces for vehicle conversions for disabled persons is not possible.
The following table shows at which height the centre of gravity is permissible on vehicles with standard equipment.
These heights should not be exceeded.
Max.
Version
perm.
weight
Panel
2,8 t
van/Kombi
Drop-side/dble
2,8 t
cab
Chassis cab
2,8 t
Panel
3,0 t
van/Kombi
Drop-side/dble
3,0 t
cab
Chassis cab
3,0 t
Panel
3,0 t
van/Kombi
Drop-side/dble
3,0 t
cab
Chassis cab
3,0 t
2MG = 28 mm rear anti-roll bar, 25 mm front anti-roll bar
The centre of gravity height Y2 can be used on reduction of perm. front axle load to 1535 kg.
Note: Subject to errors and technical amendments. The electronic version of the body guidelines is the decisive source of up-to-date data on body guidelines (online body
guidelines). Data status August 2007
Anti-roll bars
Centre of
gravity on
chassis
Front
Rear
axle
axle
Measurement
mm X
Sv
Sh
730
Sv
Sh
680
Sv
Sh
620
Sv
Sh
730
Sv
Sh
680
Sv
Sh
620
2MG 2MG 730
2MG 2MG 680
2MG 2MG 620
Gross centre of
Gross centre of
gravity of
gravity of
vehicle
vehicle
Measurement
Measurement
mm Y1
mm Y2
890
890
890
920
920
920
950
990
950
990
950
990
Max. perm.
height of
centre of
gravity for
body and load
capacity on
road surface
Measurement
mm Z
1325
1275
1300
1375
1325
1350
1550
1500
1525
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