@johnsjeep I always use the manual transmition and Calin_Florea was right the front axel don't have lock, put your truck with 1 of your front wheel again a rock and put your camera on the front you gonna see , 1 of your wheel turn but the other stay stiff, personally on my jeep my full lock work like the 2 wheels always turn even if i have 1 of my wheel in the air and the other again a rock, a no lock axel it work like only the easiest wheel turn and the stuck on stop moving. ps:sorry for my english
@kostas82 are you sure about that, because from my research looks like the most popular ones like the 4320 Ural locks the front like a mofo haha. Any material that proves your allegations? Hehe
Im not sure about Urals but Kraz and Uaz didnt come with front locking differential. Cant show you any evidence but have seen many irl and they didnt have locks in the front. If im correct the Kraz 255 didnt even have locking diffs in the rear, it was the Kraz 255b that had diffs in the rear along with a better brake system. Please correct me if im wrong anybody
well the ural 4320 for sure has a locked diff at least in the back and i think front also, because it says interaxle locking here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ural-4320
as far as the kraz 255 if you can decipher this scheme , you are in luck
main page of the truck http://autokraz.com.ua/acat/acat_en/?model=114
sorry, this is the one
In 1967, KrAZ 214 model was replaced by the new 6x6 vehicle, KrAZ 255B, with payload of 7.5 tons, equipped with the new V8 diesel engine, YaMZ-238, displacement: 14866 cc, 240 hp, torque: 90 daNm, MAZ steering box with hydraulic booster, pneumatic circuit with valves for tires pressure adjustment, twin disc dry clutch, 5-speeds manual transmission and transfer case with 2 speeds, without central differential between front axle and rear axles, with lockable symmetrically interaxial differential and independent outputs for each rear axle, mechanical winch, tires: 1300x530x533. Length: 8645 mm, width: 2750 mm, wheelbase: 4600 mm + 1400 mm, track front / rear: 2160 mm.
The factory keeps for the 255B model, the 214 cabin model, which will also equiped all new KrAZ 6x4 models - 256, 257, 258. KrAZ 255B will quickly replaced the 214 model, to be equiped with various military structures, becoming a symbol of Soviet military vehicles.
In 1977, was released KrAZ 255B1 model. This model had headlamps and signal lamps mounted together in rectangular boxes on the front wheel arches and separately front and rear pneumatic brake circuits.
differential between front axle and rear axl
my understanding from this, is that it doesnt even have all wheel drive, if it doesn't have a central diff :)) fuck knows anymore. It would be nice for all the truck in the game to be different, that wat you got some reason to take one over the other and all that...decisions and shit