cabover

cabover

(ˈkæbˌəʊvə)
adj
(Automotive Engineering) of or denoting a truck or lorry in which the cab is over the engine
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Cabover chassis for the construction of a gondola logistics gw-l2 according to din en 1846, part 1-3, e din 14502-2 and din 14555-22.
A Your first vehicle carries the Flowers Best Bitter livery and is a AEC 508 Forward Control 5ton Cabover.
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, a subsidiary of Isuzu Motor Company, has launched its 2016 NPR Diesel as a Class 3 cabover with a 13,000-pound GVWR and 33.
The Mack TerraPro Cabover offers high visibility and maneuverability, he adds, with tight turn navigation contributing to the improved job site safety.
The TerraPro Cabover is a best-selling refuse truck and is ideally suited for concrete pumper or telescopic belt conveyor applications.
the engine not only suits conventional designs but also fits in cabover trucks, DDC said.
Once he ordered his entire fleet to switch from cab over to conventional power units after he was told that the uncomfortable but cost-effective cabover equipment was having an effect on drivers' morale.
Replacing its fleet of cabover tractor models with new Freightliner Century Class conventionals.
Described as the only four-wheel-drive, medium-duty cabover truck on the market, the FG with manual transmission has a GVWR of 14,050 lb.
You may think of a racy, fire-engine-red Peterbolt cabover with speed baffle on top, chrome exhaust pipes and sexy racing wheels plus a throaty roar.
According to GM's new vehicle development boss Fred Schaafsma, the Corvair program was the first to spring passenger cars (coupe and convertible) and vans (window and panel versions, plus an innovative cabover pickup truck) off the same platform.
Based on routes, loads, terrain and body or trailer specifications, is a conventional or a cabover (COE) more effective and appropriate?