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Ford Re-Enters Russian Truck Market with Cargo 1846T 4x2 Tractor


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Ok Bulldog-your eyes are better than mine-where is the button???

When I clicked on the article a bar appeared above saying that it is in Russian and then giving me an option to translate it into another language. Not sure if this is just my computer or

if it is on all programs.

bulldogboy

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I tried reading it in a mirror but gave that up like it was some sort of code. I saw the note about the translate button and that helped but the translator is marginal at best...Oh well. They look kind of cool but at the end of the day a Ford is well....a Ford. I'm all set. I'll stick with Cummins and Mack stuff...

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I tried reading it in a mirror but gave that up like it was some sort of code. I saw the note about the translate button and that helped but the translator is marginal at best...Oh well. They look kind of cool but at the end of the day a Ford is well....a Ford. I'm all set. I'll stick with Cummins and Mack stuff...

Well having bought my share of Macks (R's and DM's, CH's) and while I love my B-61X, I have to say, the Louisville was a good value. Arm rests fall off? Yep-Ever break a frame?-never .

As for these Cargos. I have to say they are sold in some of the toughest areas of the world. If you go to Ford's web site and work your way to Ford Turkey, you can see some big Cargos- dual front axles, heavy rock bodies etc. And they don't look like they spend too much time in nice urban settings!

If Ford ever gets back into class 8, I would hope these trucks provide some good engineering feedback

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