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PRAGA RN

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Praga RN (fast freight) – is a medium road two-axle flatbed truck frame construction with a solid wooden platform with folding sides and rear face, low maintenance. The vehicle started to be manufactured by the Czechoslovak company Praga in the 1930s. The car is driven by a Praga engine – inline, liquid-cooled petrol four-stroke six-cylinder engine with SV distribution with a displacement of 3,468 cm3 with a total power of 53 kW (72 hp) at 3,500 rpm.

The engine is located above the front axle. Power is transmitted to the rear axle via a dry single-disc clutch and a four-speed transmission coupled by a cardan joint on flexible Hardy clutches with a differential in the fixed rear four-wheel axle.

Main technical data:

Standby weight 3 150 kg
Max. weight of cargo 3 000 kg
Lenght 6 780 mm
Width 2 200 mm
Track gauge front 1 580 mm
Track gauge rear 1 575 mm
Height of lights 250 mm
Height with canvas 2 650 mm
Wheelbase 4 200 mm
Engine Six-cylinder petrol engine
Engine power 72 k (53 kW)
Max. speed – road 80 km.h-1
Max. speed – terrain 35 km.h-1
Fuel consumption 27 l/100 km
Oil consumption 0,3 l/100 km
The radius of action – range 400 km
Wading depth 400 mm
Crew  driver + 2 persons
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