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Maximum permissible axle capacity

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Maximum permissible axle capacity

Postby tomjr21 » Wed Jan 02, 2013 5:06 pm

I'm rather new here as I have just imported an Altezza RS200 Z-edition.
I will introduce myself here soon, first I want my car licenced, and have this all done.
When I was at the import office the employee asked me about the Maximum permissible axle capacity (max axle load).
I called Toyota Netherlands but they couldn't help me with more information.
Does anybody here knows these weights? I really hope so; otherwise I can't import my car.. :(

Thanks in advance and I hope someone has some answers to me :)

Tom (The Netherlands)

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Re: Maximum permissible axle capacity

Postby wullie_trd » Wed Jan 02, 2013 6:35 pm

I've had a look at my documents and don't see nothing.

Can you maybe ring a jap car importer? They might have the info you require!

You could always try ringing mike at torque gt! He imported my tezza might be able to give you the info.

01364 642810 just add international code to it.

Welcome to the site, hope you get sorted!

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Re: Maximum permissible axle capacity

Postby babyeater690 » Thu Jan 03, 2013 12:01 am

can you not just get one of a bmw and just say its the altezza one
Do De Donut :P!!!!!

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Re: Maximum permissible axle capacity

Postby mike_01 » Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:58 am

be the same as an is200 won't it?
Although rs200 altezza's would be lighter from having a 4 pot and not 6 but here
Gross vehicle weight
Front: Manual: 880 kg
Auto: 890 kg
Rear: Manual: 950 kg
Auto:940 kg
Total: Manual: 1830 kg
Auto: 1830 kg
Maximum permissible axle capacity
Front: 1055 kg
Kerb weight
Kerb Minimum: Manual: 1380 kg
Auto:1385 kg
Kerb Maximum: Manual: 1455 kg
Auto:1455 kg

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