Magirus-Deutz Trucks: owner’s, service and maintenance manuals, spare parts manuals & catalogues, wiring diagrams, schematics free download PDF
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Magirus-Deutz Truck Manuals PDF
Magirus-Deutz trucks built by the German business Klockner-Humbolt-Deutz (1864-founded) are well-known in many nations worldwide. Beginning with the creation of horse-drawn fire brigades, the firm achieved prominence as a maker of trucks, particularly those for the Bundeswehr, by the end of the 1960s. The most well-known of them are trucks:
- Magirus S330 (1949);
- sthree-axle Magirus 200d26A 6×6 Kranwagen (1951-1953);
- multifunctional Magirus-Deutz Jupiter, which was in service with the German army from 1960 to 1967.
In Europe (Yugoslavia, Portugal, etc.), Asia (China, Thailand, etc.), South America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile), and Africa, automobiles were manufactured under license from the firm (Congo, South Africa). However, the recurring crisis occurrences that shook the world were not in vain for the renowned truck and firefighting equipment maker.
The decline in demand for powerful Magirus-Deutz trucks towards the end of the 1970s of the previous century was so severe that even an extraordinary contract for the sale of approximately 10,000 trucks signed with the USSR in 1974 could not save the firm from bankruptcy. And only the agreement on the foundation of the multinational firm IVECO (Industrial Vehicles Corporation), which incorporated the Italian Fiat along with its overseas divisions (OM, Lancia, and Fiat France SA), resolved its financial troubles. However, after acquiring a number of truck manufacturers from across the world in the future, the company’s makeup has experienced considerable changes.
As a result of this merger, the Magirus trademark was progressively phased out and is now used only on fire engines produced by IVECO Corporation.
Klockner-Humbolt-Deutz is one of the few Western European firms to collaborate effectively with Soviet state organizations. In the 1960s of the 20th century, the business held a dominant position in the manufacture of heavy vehicles. Its manufacturing plants manufactured:
- Trucks have a horsepower range of 70 to 290. With. Their classification included trucks with hauling capacities ranging from 3 to 17.5 tons.
- Both cabover (Frontlenker) and hooded (Hauber) variants.
- In-house manufactured Deutz diesel engines with both in-line and V-cylinder configurations.
- Chassis upon which they erected truck tractors, fire trucks, and vehicles for public services (trash trucks, snow blowers, etc.);
Additionally, Magirus-Deutz trucks featured more innovative design ideas. In contrast to home samples, therefore, they were outfitted with:
- Systems for autonomous management of the thermal regime of a diesel engine;
- non-synchronized six-speed transmissions (checkpoints);
- parking brakes with spring energy accumulators;
- interaxal and inner wheel differential lock systems.