GAZ-410 (GAZ-S-1)

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Model  GAZ-410
Seating 2
Curb weight, kg TOTAL 1,920
front axle -
rear axle -
Gross weight, kg TOTAL 3,270
front axle -
rear axle -
Payload [carrying capacity] weight, kg 1,200
Permissible [semi-]trailer weight, kg -
Length, mm 4670
Width, mm 1960
Height, mm 1970
Wheelbase, mm 3340
Track width, mm front 1405
rear 1600
Minimal ground clearance, mm under front axle 300
under rear axle 200
Minimal radius of turn, m b/n curbs (outer front wheel) 7.5
b/n walls (extreme exterior dimension -
Maximum speed, km/h 70
Fuel consumption, liters/100km 21
Acceleration time from 0-100 km/h, seconds -
Transmission gearbox 4 speed
gearbox ratios -
main gear ratio singular, pair of bevel gears w/ spiral teeth
transfer case ratio -
clutch single-disk, dry
Wheels number -
tire size 6,5-20
tire pressure, kg/cm2 -
Suspension front on one transverse, overturned semi-elliptical leaf spring 
rear on two longitudinal leaf springs
Steering gear cone worm and 2-ridge roller
gear ratio -
Brakes braking distance, m -
service (foot) drum brakes w/ mechanical drive to all wheels
parking (hand) belt brake w/ mechanical drive to rear wheels
Filling capacities, liters fuel tank 40
engine cooling system -
engine lubrication system -
gearbox housing  -
axle housing -
steering system cylinder -
shock absorbers -
hydraulic brake drive -
air filter -
Carburetor -
Electric equipment -
Accumulator battery -
Generator [alternator] -
Relay-regulator -
Starter motor -
Timer-distributor -
Spark plugs -
Engine engine type 4 cyl., 4-tact, sv, carb.
cylinder work order -
maximum horsepower, hp 50 @ 2,800 rpm
maximum torque, Nm 17
displacement, liters 3.285
compression ratio 4.6:1
bore/stroke, mm 98.43 / 107.95
Years of production 1936-1946
Overall units made 4 X 2
Wheel arrangement ?
Pictures 20 KB (color, side view, drawing [106])

16 KB (b/w, side view [1])

35 KB (b/w front/side view [2])

This is a tipper based on GAZ-AA chassis. GAZ-S-1 is simply the name of GAZ-410 during the first one or two years of its production. This rear-end dumper has a rather interesting mechanism by which the cargo is emptied. In horizontal position, evenly spread load tend to roll the platform back, but is prevented from doing so by a special locking device (release handle of which can be seen on the left side of the body). Once it is time to empty the load, the driver simply unlocks the handle and the cargo by force of gravity overturns the platform. When empty, it returns, due to gravity, back to its horizontal position, where the driver must fix it by the lock again.  


Page created on Wednesday, September 23, 1998. Page last updated on Saturday, December 08, 2001 10:29:06 PM EST.