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Zil 131

The ZIL-131 is a general purpose 3.5 tons 6x6 army truck designed in the Soviet Union, the basic model being a general cargo truck. Variants include a tractor-trailer truck, a dump truck, a fuel truck, and a 6x6 for towing a 4-wheeled powered trailer. The ZIL-131 also serves as a platform for the BM-51 "Prima" rocket launcher, a 50-tube variant of the BM-21 "Grad".
The ZIL-131 is part of a family of two trucks sharing identical components by ZIL, which also included the ZIL-130. Both trucks were introduced in 1967. The ZIL-131 6x6 has the same equipment as the GAZ-66 and Ural-375D. Unlike the ZIL-131, the ZIL-130 is intended for civilian use. Until 1990 nearly 1 000 000 of these military trucks were built. Cab of this truck provides seating for driver plus two passengers.
The ZiL-131 is powered by a petrol engine, which develops 150 hp. Special construction of the engine allows you to use wide range of fuels (for example any kind of alcohol) especially those which quality is very poor Vehicle has a full-time all-wheel drive. ZIL-131 is fitted with the super efficient central inflation system for all wheels. That means you can drive it having even up to 7 holes made by AK-47. It is also fitted with self-recovery winch
V8 gasoline
Displacement 8 liters
Top speed 80 km/h
Fuel consumption 65 litters/100 km, 150–200 liters / 100 km offroad
Lenght 7040 mm
Width 2490 mm
Height 2490 mm (cabin), 2970 mm (trans¬port body)
Wheel base 3300 mm + 1400 mm
Ground clearance 330 mm
Curb weight 6700 kg
Max payload on road (offroad ) 5000kg (3500kg) + 5000kg (4000 kg) trailer
Max ascent angle 31 degrees (with full load)
Max approach angle 36 degrees
Max Departure angle 40 degrees