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Krupp L 2 H 143

 

 

Bundesarchiv_Bild_146-1993-039-07,_Krupp_1,5-Tonner_('Krupp-Protze')

 

 

The chassis of the Krupp L 2 H 143 can be seen on this photo. It seems that it is an early production model because of the narrow bumper which was introduced during serial production of the Krupp L 2 H 43. A typical feature of the L 2 H 143 was the increased distance between the two rear axles. (Photo: German federal archive via Wikimedia Commons; License: Creative Commons BY-SA-3.0-gb)

 

 

 

 

 

Bundesarchiv_Bild_146-1993-039-08,_Krupp_1,5-Tonner_('Krupp-Protze')

 

 

The chassis of the Krupp L 2 H 143, now seen from the rear. The front axle was designed as a Faustachse - ? - which was connected to the frame with half-springs. Additional shock absorbers were fitted.   The rear axles were designed as Pendelachsen – swing axles. Suspension arms connected the wheels with the frame. These independent suspended wheels were coil spring mounted. (Photo: German federal archive via Wikimedia Commons; License: Creative Commons BY-SA-3.0-gb)

 

 

 

 

 

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A bumper was introduced during serial production of the Krupp L 2 H 43. This was noticeable broadened for the production run of the Krupp L 2 H 143. The new engine Krupp M 304 had a power of 60 HP. Despite the same rotation speed and capacity, the power was increased by 5 HP compared to the predecessor engine Krupp M 302.

 

 

 

 

 

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