DAF LF45, LF55 Series Workshop Manual PDF Free Download
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|DAF LF 45, LF55, CF65, CF75, CF85, XF95 DAVIE XD diagnostics manu.pdf||1.1Mb||Download|
|DAF LF45_LF55 Maintenance Manual.pdf||1.7Mb||Download|
|DAF LF45, LF55 Series Workshop Manual.rar||33.3Mb||Download|
|Group 0 – Techincal Data.pdf||475.6kb||Download|
|Group 1 – Cab.pdf||5.7Mb||Download|
|Group 2 – DAF LF45_LF55 Engine Service Manuals.pdf||3.8Mb||Download|
|Group 3 – Gearboxes and Clutch.pdf||2.7Mb||Download|
|Group 4 – Fuel System.pdf||3.1Mb||Download|
|Group 5 – DAF LF45_LF55 Electrical System.pdf||6.4Mb||Download|
|Group 6 – Braking System.pdf||2.6Mb||Download|
|Group 7 – Steering.pdf||3.4Mb||Download|
|Group 8 – Rear Axle.pdf||2.1Mb||Download|
|Group 9 – Suspension.pdf||902.1kb||Download|
DAF 45 and DAF 55 – a series of light trucks with a total weight of 6.5-15 tons, manufactured from 1991 to 2000 at the new DAF factory in Teym and replaced the previous series DAF F500-F1500. Trucks are used for intra-city, regional and main transportation of small consignments of goods.
After the acquisition of the Leyland DAF concern in 1987, the Leyland Roadrunner model (manufactured from 1984 to 1993) with minimal changes was marketed under the name DAF 600 and 800. Unlike Leyland, DAF trucks lost their characteristic window on the left side of the cabin and received a front design in the style of other DAF trucks. The DAF 600 trucks were equipped with a 5.88 liter engine with a power of 116 hp, and the DAF 800 was powered by the same engine, but with a capacity of 132 or 145 hp, the latter with a turbocharged power.
Subsequently, a 10-ton version of the DAF 1000 with modified suspension, axles and large wheels and engines of 5.88 liters with a capacity of 132 or 145 hp was presented.
Since 1991, the DAF 600/800/1000 model with a capacity of 6.5-10 tons is called DAF 45 with engines of 5.88 liters with a capacity of 115, 130, 145 and 162 hp. (the last two with a turbocharged). The DAF 600/800/1000 cabin remained unchanged.
In 1995, a heavier modification of DAF 55 with a carrying capacity of 11-15 tons with 6-cylinder Cummins diesel engines (5,88 l, 132, 146, 181. 215 and 235 hp), 5- and 6-st. MKPP firm ZF.
In 1996, the DAF 45 model was upgraded, making it similar to the DAF 55. The truck got Cummins engines of 5.88 liters with a capacity of 132 to 215 hp.