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Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 03 Jan 2021 15:15
by clifflandmark
leo.arevalo12ss wrote:
03 Jan 2021 15:09
I think the interior at the top of the page is probably a Coronado and the 122sd is the one here
https://www.legacysleepers.com/2009-Fre ... om-Sleeper

Yes, the first one at the top is a Coronado.I thought they are same.What's difference btw a "Coronado" and "122sd" ?

Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 03 Jan 2021 15:38
by flight50
@clifflandmark that link is a 132SD. Its no longer in production and is a glider kit now. Both the 122SD and the 132SD are Coronado's. The 122SD just dropped the Coronado name a while back and only goes by 122SD.

Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 03 Jan 2021 16:30
by bryntrollian
I don't believe the first generation Coronado 132 (2002-2010 / Glider) carried the SD moniker as it was purely marketed toward the on-highway side. That came with the second generation with the Coronado being marketed as both Vocational and On-highway.

SD stands for severe duty, which is Freightliner's vocational lineup.

First Generation Coronado 132
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Coronado 132SD
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The long hood (132SD) wasn't made for very long, I think it ended production in 2016 but production of the 122SD continues.

Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 03 Jan 2021 19:02
by flight50
You could be right on the SD label, but its still a Coronado which is the main point.

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Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 03 Jan 2021 20:00
by Robinicus
SD is a marketing term, nothing more...same frame rails, suspension etc etc etc

Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 04 Jan 2021 19:59
by Virgo91
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Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 04 Jan 2021 20:43
by Evgenius
I walked, walked and saw a store with different tickets. I went up to him, and there I found a ticket FOR MARS !!! It even cost $ 500, I bought it!
And then it turned out that this was not a ticket to Mars, but an ordinary piece of paper on which is written "TICKET TO MARS"
END! However, SCS sounds are not 100% accurate... :mrgreen:

Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 04 Jan 2021 21:21
by Robinicus

Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 05 Jan 2021 22:35
by Larry71490
First gen was the Coronado then second gen became Coronado II/122SD with the updated facelift and interior.

Coronado II and 122SD are the same just a name change by Freightliner.

Re: Freightliner Trucks Discussion Thread

Posted: 06 Jan 2021 16:45
by HagenXXV
Hello everyone, I have a question that surely some of you will know the answer to, because the fifth wheel of the Cascadia is located so far back? in comparison with the other trucks in the game and in comparison with the same truck in the traffic? :? I imagine that the trailer covers both axles of the truck to avoid dirtying the space between the trailer and the cab, right? also note unusual space on the axles of a trailer :ugeek:

Cascadia Own:

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Cascadia in traffic:

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trailer own

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trailer in traffic

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I thank you to whom can explain me why this happens or maybe it is a small mistake in the modeling of the truck? because Peterbilt, Volvo and Mack do not have this problem, International, WS and Kenworth also have the fifth wheel far behind :geek: