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6×4 (drivetrain)

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Typical American 6×4 tractor unit
Typical American 6×4 tractor unit

A 6×4 drivetrain (six-by-four) is a vehicle with a drivetrain of three axles delivering power to two wheel ends on two of them.[1] It is a form of four-wheel drive[2] but not one of all-wheel drive.

It is the most common form of drivetrain of semi-tractors[2] and heavy haul fixed-chassis cargo trucks in larger countries such as the United States and Australia; in Europe, 4×2 and 6×2 variants are more commonplace.

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See also


  1. ^ International ProStar ES Class 8 truck: Axle configurations
  2. ^ a b NACFE (North American Council for Freight Efficiency) Executive Report – 6x2 (Dead Axle) Tractors [1] Archived 2015-07-07 at the Wayback Machine "A typical three axle Class 8 tractor today is equipped with two rear drive axles (“live” tandem) and is commonly referred to as a 6 X 4 configuration meaning that it has four-wheel drive capability."
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