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How to do a hillstart in a truck that has an Eaton Fuller Road Ranger gearbox - explained by Luke Watson from https://www.ianwatsonstruck.com/ . Also Luke explains how to select the right gear in a truck with a 10-speed, 13-speed, 18-speed and synchromesh transmission when taking off.
Double The Clutch - Luke Watson explains how to change gears in a truck that has an Eaton Fuller Road Ranger transmission. The technique to double-the-clutch (up shifting) is: press clutch in - shift gear stick to Neutral - release clutch pedal - press clutch in - move gear stick to gear - ease your foot off the clutch.
Luke Watson explains how to engage a gear, when your truck is stationary, without any grinding noises. The Eaton Fuller Road Ranger is the most common truck gearbox and finding a gear without grinding can be a challenge - but in this video Luke explain the clutchbrake and how to use it - so you can find a gear easily and swiftly.
Luke Watson explains how to double the clutch and how to change gears in a truck with a roadranger gearbox. Eaton Fuller make 9-speed, 10-speed, 13-speed, 15-speed and 18-speed road-ranger transmissions and these crash box gear boxes are found in Mack, Kenworth, Isuzu, UD, Fuso, Freightliner, Peterbuilt, Western Star, Sterling, Hino and many other types of trucks and buses.