Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by apollo111 » 04 Oct 2023 13:45

I think the truck is assembled from various parts. Cabin Isuzu tx 40 model 1933. Isuzu type 97 hood. Radiator protection Isuzu type 1.

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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by Akira Takizawa » 04 Oct 2023 15:24

The truck was used in the Philippines after WWII. So, it would be modified after WWII. But, the base will be Type 97 wartime model. Note that the cabine is wartime simplified type, which is the same as that of Type 94 late model.
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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by apollo111 » 04 Oct 2023 16:55

That's right, Akira Takizawa, type 94 with two stripes on the door.
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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by apollo111 » 29 Oct 2023 08:32

Photography of rare cars in the Japanese Armed Forces:
The Column of the 2nd Tank Regiment in 1930s 1.jpg
First in column Hudson 1932
Hudson 1932 года. Lkw jap16.jpg
Second in the column Hudson Staff car 1933
тип 93 Hudson-Staff-car-1933.jpg
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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by apollo111 » 04 Nov 2023 10:13

Help with information on the Type 100 four-wheel drive truck.
Type 100 3ton 11.jpg
Need drawings or description of the front drive axle.
Type 100 110 после воен 2.jpg
What constant velocity joints were used?
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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by Akira Takizawa » 04 Nov 2023 15:10

Constant velocity joint was not used in Japanese vehicles before 1960s.

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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by apollo111 » 04 Nov 2023 15:48

What drive mechanism was used on the swivel wheels? I see a differential worm drive. The drive of the swivel wheels is unclear?

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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by apollo111 » 04 Nov 2023 16:01

On the su-ki amphibian, constant velocity joints are visible and not double driveshafts?
su-ki anfib toyota Су-ки а1.jpg
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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by apollo111 » 04 Nov 2023 16:15

Best quality photo:
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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by Akira Takizawa » 05 Nov 2023 02:49

> What drive mechanism was used on the swivel wheels?

Universal joint was used.

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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by karlik » 04 Feb 2024 06:21

Hi!
I found on the Internet a photo of two trucks: Type 90 and Type 94 (4x2).
Is there more detailed information about what kind of cars these are? I think the Type 94 is a 6x4 truck?
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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by Akira Takizawa » 04 Feb 2024 12:50

The first photo is TGE truck model N. Note that Type 90 is a wrong.designation. It had no year type designation. See the photo below.

The second photo is Type 94 4-wheeled truck. There were both models 4-wheeled and 6-wheeled in Type 94 truck.

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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by karlik » 04 Feb 2024 14:48

Akira Takizawa wrote:
04 Feb 2024 12:50
The first photo is TGE truck model N. Note that Type 90 is a wrong.designation. It had no year type designation. See the photo below.
The second photo is Type 94 4-wheeled truck. There were both models 4-wheeled and 6-wheeled in Type 94 truck.
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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by tom! » 05 Feb 2024 07:08

Hi.

The first photo is TGE truck model N. Note that Type 90 is a wrong designation.

Definitely the same vehicles. Hm, the book "機甲入門 : 機械化部隊徹底研究" from 佐山 二郎 uses the designation "Type 90 Truck" for the pic description. Not impossible but I would be surprised if he made a mistake here...

The problem is that I do not know from which sources he took his infos.

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Re: Type 95 Truck and Other Odd Vehicles

Post by Akira Takizawa » 05 Feb 2024 07:27

tom! wrote:
05 Feb 2024 07:08
Definitely the same vehicles. Hm, the book "機甲入門 : 機械化部隊徹底研究" from 佐山 二郎 uses the designation "Type 90 Truck" for the pic description.
Aha, I confirmed. It is Type 90 Light Artillery Observation Vehicle(九〇式砲兵軽観測車). It is not truck, but special vehicle for artillery force. It was based on TGE truck model N.

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