A tri-axle chassis is an alternative to conventional axle chassis where a single axle has two axles that rotate independently of each other.
The chassis has two wheels that are connected to each other by an axle.
The wheels are used to support the load of the vehicle and provide stability and traction.
It is commonly used for semi-trailers and buses as well as light trucks.
This Tri-axles chassis has four axles, with two of them rotating at the same time.
The other axle is connected to the left front axle, and the third axle is connecting to the right rear axle.
The Tri- Axle chassis provides excellent traction for vehicles with large wheelbase such as buses and semi-trucks.
However, there are disadvantages to the design.
As the wheels are connected via an axle, they cannot be used for turning.
Therefore, the Tri Axle does not have the traction of a traditional axle, which can cause the wheels to rotate in the same direction as the vehicle.
There are three options available for the Tri axles chassis:1.
One axle can be mounted to the front axle of a vehicle and is used for driving2.
Two axles can be connected to a single axles axle and are used for handling3.
One axles and two wheels can be separated and the other axles are used as a wheel.
Tri-axlers are available in different lengths from 10.5 metres to 25 metres, and are available with either four or six wheels.
A Tri-axis chassis has a total weight of between 1,700 to 2,000 kg.
While the Tri axle chassis offers excellent traction, there is a drawback: the weight of the wheels cannot be lifted by the axle and is limited to around 300 kg.
A longer wheelbase will allow more wheels to be mounted on the axle.
A Tri- axle chassis can also be adapted to handle heavy loads such as trucks and buses.
It is a good idea to look for a Tri-Axxle chassis as it can handle large loads such a trucks or buses.
This will make the Tri Axxles chassis easier to transport and easier to use.