ZIL-130

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ZIL-130
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Overview
ManufacturerZiL
Production1964-1994
AssemblyRussia: Moscow
Body and chassis
ClassTruck
RelatedZIL-131
Powertrain
Engine6.0L ZIL-130 V8
Transmission5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase3,800 mm (149.6 in)
Length6,675 mm (262.8 in)
Width2,500 mm (98.4 in)
Height2,400 mm (94.5 in)
Curb weight4,300 kg (9,480 lb)
Chronology
PredecessorZIL-164
SuccessorAmur-53135
ZiL-130, early modification (before 1978)
Two ZiL-130's, both of Ukrainian Emergency Gas Service. The second one has a replaced cabin from a Zil-131.
Zil-130, as a fire engine

ZiL-130 is a Soviet/Russian truck produced by ZiL in Moscow, Russia. The first prototype was built in 1956. Production began in 1962, while mass production started in 1964. It was one of the most numerous cargo trucks in the USSR and Russia, in total ZIL built 3,380,000 trucks up to 1994. In 1995, production was moved to the now-defunct Ural Motor Plant (UamZ, its trucks were known as UamZ-43140).

Modifications[edit]

Over the course of production, there were two modernizations of the ZIL-130 in 1966 and 1977. After the second one the radiator enclosure was changed.

  • ZIL-130 Prototype 1956
  • ZIL-130 Prototype 1962
  • ZIL-130-66 — modification 1966
  • ZIL-130-76 — modification 1976
  • ZIL-130-80 — modification 1980
  • ZIL-130А –
  • ZIL-130AN – version powered by ZIL-157 engine
  • ZIL-130D – prototype cab-chassis with two-speed rear axle (for dump truck)[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130D1 –[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130D1Sh –[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130D2 –[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130Е – version with shielded electrics
  • ZIL-130G – long wheelbase version[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130G1 –[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130G1-76 –[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130GU – extra long-wheelbase version[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130GU-76 –[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130K – cab-chassis version powered by ZIL-157D engine for ZIL-MMK-555K and ZIL-MMZ-45021 dump trucks
  • ZIL-130KSh[citation needed]
  • ZIL-130N
  • ZIL-130S — variant for northern climates
  • ZIL-130S-76
  • ZIL-130Sh[citation needed]
  • ZIL-MMZ-130P[citation needed]
  • ZIL-MMZ-130S
  • ZIL-130V –
  • ZIL-130V1 – tractor
  • ZIL-130V1Ye –
  • ZIL-130V1T –
  • ZIL-130V1-76 —
  • ZIL-133 — three-axle version
  • ZIL-133-05A — tractor
  • ZIL-133D
  • ZIL-133V — tractor prototype
  • ZIL-133VYa — tractor prototype
  • ZIL-133VYaT –
  • ZIL-133G
  • ZIL-133GYa
  • ZIL-138А — gas-container variant

Since 1986 in accordance to the branch standard OST 37.001-269-83 the ZIL-130 series received new indexes: ZIL-431410 (ZIL-130), ZIL-431510 (ZIL-130Г), ZIL-441510 (ZIL-130В1), ZIL-431810 (ZIL-138), ZIL-431610 (ZIL-138А), etc.[citation needed]

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