What's the difference between a family truck and a Class 8 trucks transmission?
Why is it that with a family truck, you can shift it normally, accelerate, push in the clutch, shift...but with a class 8, you must shift without a clutch and time it with the RPM.
What makes the Class 8 transmissions different and why are the Class 8 transmissions like that? Why can't they function like a regular sized trucks transmission?
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