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Old 8th April 2009, 21:29   #16
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I think this is a desi version of CTIS what HMMWV has.
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Old 9th April 2009, 10:26   #17
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Wow , never new it was that. By the way the bus look very normal ( No hitech/ Defense bus) company bus. I was driving when I took the picture through mobile.
The price should be competitively cheap. Material for DIY project .
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Any HCV that has air brakes, has a compressor with air tanks for the braking circuit. The Army Trucks also have a separate valve in the tank to fill up tyres. This contraption would be much more hassle to maintain.

May be this is a test to check the best pressure to get maximum FE from the vehicle with load
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