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AMW introduces the tough, reliable and most fuel efficient 31 tonner

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Model: Cummins - 6BTA 5.9 - BS III
Type: Turbo charged after cooled, diesel engine
No of cylinders: 6 nos inline
Bore x stroke: 102 x 120 mm
Displacement: 5,883 cc
Max power: 115 KW (155 HP) @ 2,500 rpm
Max torque: 590 Nm @ 1,500 rpm
Fuel tank: 400 ltr

ES-9306-A-6Speed gear box synchromesh
Speed ratios: I 9.01, II 5.27, III 3.22, IV 2.04
V 1.36, VI 1.00, reverse 8.63

Rims: B 7.5 x 20 - 10 bolts, spigotted
Tyres: Front: 10 R 20 - 16 PR, 4 Nos (steer)
Rear: 10 R 20 - 16 PR, 8 Nos (drive)
Spare: 10 R 20 - 16 PR, 1 No (steer)

PERFORMANCE (@ 31,000 kg)
Max speed - geared (kmph): 70 @ 6.83 rar & 77 @ 6.17 rar
Max gradeability (%): 18.5 @ 6.83 rar & 16.6 @ 6.17 rar
Min turning circle diameter (mm): 20,000

Front: Semi elliptical leaf springs
Rear: Semi elliptical leaf springs with bell crank mechanism


AMW trucks come fitted with a 5.9 litre, 6-cylinder, in-line, diesel engine. Euro III compliant, the engine is fitted with a turbocharger and an intercooler. The unitised block design has 40% lesser parts, costing less to maintain, while the plateau-honed cylinders eliminate excessive oil consumption.


Fully synchronized gearbox allows comfortable and distinct gearshifts without vibration or noise, enhancing performance and fuel efficiency.

Low crawler-gear ratio improves engine start-up, even with heavy loads and difficult driving conditions.


The 380mm diameter, power-assisted clutch ensures effortless gear shifting, longer life and reduced slippage.


200mm wide brake linings ensure endurance of heavy wear and tear.

Butterfly-type exhaust brake enables better control while driving downhill.

Drive axle

Proven Heavy Duty Axle
"17.35 INCH CWP DIA" - Highly Reliable Easy Part availability across the country.

Trouble free for lakhs of KMS.
Gives the highest mileage in all conditions.

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