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      International 7600 SFA 4x2 (2004) vs. Mercedes-Benz 1844LL (2004)

      5 reasons to buy International 7600 SFA 4x2 (2004):

      Wheelbase specifications 3

      Turn radius 7443.2 mm and 10950 mm 32 % less or 3506.8 mm

      Wheelbase specifications 2

      Turn radius 6986 mm and 10450 mm 33 % less or 3464 mm

      Wheelbase specifications 1

      Turn radius 6528.8 mm and 8500 mm 23 % less or 1971.2 mm

      Motor

      Peak torque 2237.1 Nm and 2100 Nm 6 % more or 137.1 Nm

      Gear box

      Forward gears number 18 and 16 11 % more or 2

      1 reasons to buy Mercedes-Benz 1844LL (2004):

      Motor

      Full power 324.4 kW and 316.9 kW 2 % more or 7.5 kW

      Neutral reasons:

      Wheelbase specifications 3

      Total gross vehicle weight 15875.7 kg and 18000 kg
      Chassis total weight 5339.2 kg and 6816 kg
      Wheelbase 4064 mm and 5700 mm
      Dimensional length 6477 mm and 9490 mm
      Length from rear axle center to frame end 1600.2 mm and 2350 mm

      Wheelbase specifications 2

      Dimensional length 5562.6 mm and 9190 mm
      Wheelbase 3759.2 mm and 5400 mm
      Length from rear axle center to frame end 990.6 mm and 2350 mm
      Total gross vehicle weight 15875.7 kg and 17000 kg
      Chassis total weight 5273.5 kg and 6776 kg

      Wheelbase specifications 1

      Dimensional length 5257.8 mm and 8084 mm
      Total gross vehicle weight 15875.7 kg and 18000 kg
      Chassis total weight 5258 kg and 6736 kg
      Length from rear axle center to frame end 990.6 mm and 1800 mm
      Wheelbase 3454.4 mm and 4800 mm

      Sizes

      Rear axles number 1 and 1
      Class by weight 8 and 8

      Motor

      Manufacturer Caterpillar and Mercedes-Benz
      Model C11 (370 HP) and OM501LA (440 HP)

      Gear box

      Model FR-13210B 18-speeds and G211-16
      Manufacturer Eaton Fuller and Mercedes-Benz

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