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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year PowerTorque is Australia’s market leading magazine for people who buy trucks, operate trucks and drive trucks. Its editorial content is focused on the On-Highway truck market with reports on the latest developments in engine and driveline technology, in-depth road tests, corporate profiles and product and equipment analysis.

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PowerTorque  |  issue76  


In the April issue of PowerTorque (#76) we welcome David Meredith to the editorial team, joining Dave Whyte in Melbourne, Warren Caves and myself in Sydney and Stuart Martin in Adelaide. Oliver Dixon as our European and North American editor brings his own unique style of comment to events overseas.

Our objective is to bring you the latest news covering all aspects of truck and trailer technology and in the April issue we start with the latest Jerr-Dan heavy recovery unit based on a Freightliner Coronado for Orange Heavy Towing.

Our editorial features include profiles on Mulvey Transport, Constable Brothers Concrete, Clifford Brick and Tile and Jeffsann Plant Hire, plus we look at the beautifully restored 1986 W Model Kenworth of Dan Whitelock.

Scania shows it’s ready for battle with new options for the defence forces; Komatsu releases its new forestry industry forwarder range and Dave Whyte heads off into the country at the helm of a new Kenworth T610.

In our TrailerTorque section we profile Bedrock Quarry Products, JR Stephens, Rytrans Manufacturing, PRP Engineering and Heil Trailers, plus we investigate thermal ratings for fridge trailers in our article featuring SuperCool.

JOST Australia has been working with major fleet operators to introduce safeguards for 5th wheel coupling that identify correct and safe engagement by displaying an on-screen status verification in the cab for the driver.

Finally, we cover the maintenance requirements for understanding EBS and Roll Stability Systems. The golden rule her being that if it’s not plugged in and powered up, it is not going to work.

Thanks for joining us, as always,
Stay safe and enjoy the drive.

Chris Mullett

Managing editor.
PowerTorque is Australia’s market leading magazine for people who buy, operate and drive trucks, or just a trucking enthusiast. Its editorial content is focused on the On-Highway truck market with reports on the latest developments in engine and driveline technology, in-depth road tests, corporate profiles and product and equipment analysis.

PowerTorque also covers the latest developments in the Off-Highway, Mining, Earthmoving and Marine industries as well as other interesting engine and driveline applications where the focus is on technology and efficiency.
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PowerTorque   |   issue76   


In the April issue of PowerTorque (#76) we welcome David Meredith to the editorial team, joining Dave Whyte in Melbourne, Warren Caves and myself in Sydney and Stuart Martin in Adelaide. Oliver Dixon as our European and North American editor brings his own unique style of comment to events overseas.

Our objective is to bring you the latest news covering all aspects of truck and trailer technology and in the April issue we start with the latest Jerr-Dan heavy recovery unit based on a Freightliner Coronado for Orange Heavy Towing.

Our editorial features include profiles on Mulvey Transport, Constable Brothers Concrete, Clifford Brick and Tile and Jeffsann Plant Hire, plus we look at the beautifully restored 1986 W Model Kenworth of Dan Whitelock.

Scania shows it’s ready for battle with new options for the defence forces; Komatsu releases its new forestry industry forwarder range and Dave Whyte heads off into the country at the helm of a new Kenworth T610.

In our TrailerTorque section we profile Bedrock Quarry Products, JR Stephens, Rytrans Manufacturing, PRP Engineering and Heil Trailers, plus we investigate thermal ratings for fridge trailers in our article featuring SuperCool.

JOST Australia has been working with major fleet operators to introduce safeguards for 5th wheel coupling that identify correct and safe engagement by displaying an on-screen status verification in the cab for the driver.

Finally, we cover the maintenance requirements for understanding EBS and Roll Stability Systems. The golden rule her being that if it’s not plugged in and powered up, it is not going to work.

Thanks for joining us, as always,
Stay safe and enjoy the drive.

Chris Mullett

Managing editor.
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year PowerTorque magazine print subscription.
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