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Joint RCCC/SAE Fuel Consumption Test Procedure (Short Term In-Service Vehicle) Type 1

1979-04-01
HISTORICAL
J1264_197904
This recommended practice provides minimum requirements for testing components or systems of the type which can be switched from one truck to another with relative ease; i.e.; aerodynamic devices, clutch fans, radial tires, and the like. The test utilizes in-service fleet vehicles, operated over representative routes. The relative fuel effectiveness of the component or system under test is determined as a percentage improvement factor. This factor is calculated using the relative fuel usage of like vehicles operating with and without the specific component or system under evaluation. Accuracy capability employing this test technique is either +/-1% or +/-2%, depending upon the method of fuel measured. (See paragraph 7.4.)
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Capacity Rating--Dozer Blades

2003-05-08
CURRENT
J1265_200305
This standard applies only to straight, angling, semi-U, and U-blades for crawler and wheel tractors. It applies to angling blades only in the straight (not angled) position. This standard does not apply to angled blades or other tools used to side cast materials, nor does it apply to any blade with design features such as end plates extended beyond the blade face. This standard assumes the blade face to be flat and vertical, and does not consider the blade included volume (Figure 1). Although provisions are presented for some deviations, this standard is intended for rectangular blades whose width/height ratios are at least 1.0. Purpose The purpose of this standard is to provide a uniform method for calculating the capacities of dozer blades. It is intended for relative comparisons of dozer blade capacity, and not for predicting capacities or productivities in actual field conditions.
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Axle Efficiency Test Procedure

2001-04-27
CURRENT
J1266_200104
Data from this SAE Recommended Practice permit mapping axle efficiency and/or waste energy over the operating range of trucks, busses, and other highway vehicles based on truck chasses.
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Axle Efficiency Test Procedure

1979-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1266_197906
Data from this SAE Recommended Practice permit mapping axle efficiency and/or waste energy over the operating range of trucks, busses, and other highway vehicles based on truck chasses. The procedure can be applied to single axles, tandem axles as a system, or other systems, by combining separate tests, such as tests of the front axle and power divider and rear axle of tandem or tri-drive type.
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Axle Efficiency Test Procedure

1990-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1266_199006
Data from this SAE Recommended Practice permit mapping axle efficiency and/or waste energy over the operating range of trucks, busses, and other highway vehicles based on truck chasses. The procedure can be applied to single axles, tandem axles as a system, or other systems, by combining separate tests, such as tests of the front axle and power divider and rear axle of tandem or tri-drive type.
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In-Service Brake Performance Test Procedure--Vehicles Over 4500 kg (10 000 lb)

1980-02-01
HISTORICAL
J1250_198002
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes a uniform practical series of subprocedures for level road testing of the brake performance of vehicles with gross vehicle weight ratings over 4500 kg (10 000 lb). The purpose of this practice is to establish a uniform method for use by operators and law enforcement agencies, to evaluate the condition of the brake systems of vehicles with GVWRs and GCWRs over 4500 kg (10 000 lb) under any condition of loading. By following the test procedures set forth, the operator and/or law enforcement agencies can ascertain if the vehicle meets the service brake and emergency brake stopping distance requirements of applicable State and Federal regulations.
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In-Service Brake Performance Test Procedure--Vehicles Over 4500 kg (10 000 lb)

2000-09-29
CURRENT
J1250_200009
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes a uniform practical series of subprocedures for level road testing of the brake performance of vehicles with gross vehicle weight ratings over 4500 kg (10 000 lb). The purpose of this practice is to establish a uniform method for use by operators and law enforcement agencies, to evaluate the condition of the brake systems of vehicles with GVWRs and GCWRs over 4500 kg (10 000 lb) under any condition of loading. By following the test procedures set forth, the operator and/or law enforcement agencies can ascertain if the vehicle meets the service brake and emergency brake stopping distance requirements of applicable State and Federal regulations.
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Excavator and Backhoe Hand Signals

2002-08-29
CURRENT
J1307_200208
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to mobile excavators, as defined in SAE J/ISO 6165, Earthmoving Machinery—Basic Types—Vocabulary, and backhoes as defined in SAE J326, Nomenclature Hydraulic Backhoes.
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Excavator and Backhoe Hand Signals

1981-05-01
HISTORICAL
J1307_198105
This Recommended Practice applies to mobile excavators, as defined in SAE J/ISO 6165, Earthmoving MachineryÑBasic TypesÑVocabulary, and backhoes as defined in SAE J326, Nomenclature Hydraulic Backhoes. Purpose This document provides a set of uniform hand signals for use by a signalman to direct an operator in the movement of the load or the working equipment or travel of a mobile excavator or backhoe.
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Excavator and Backhoe Hand Signals

2012-03-22
WIP
J1307
This Recommended Practice applies to mobile excavators, as defined in SAE J/ISO 6165, Earthmoving MachineryÑBasic TypesÑVocabulary, and backhoes as defined in SAE J326, Nomenclature Hydraulic Backhoes. Purpose This document provides a set of uniform hand signals for use by a signalman to direct an operator in the movement of the load or the working equipment or travel of a mobile excavator or backhoe.
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Two-Block Warning and Limit Systems in Lifting Crane Service

1987-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1305_198706
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to establish the minimum performance requirements of devices which signal and/or automatically prevent two-blocking. This SAE Recommended practice applies to cranes in lifting crane service which are equipped with two-block warning and/or limit systems.
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Cutting Edge - Cross Sections Loader Straight with Bolt Holes

2011-10-25
CURRENT
J1304_201110
For cutting edges used on buckets for loaders defined in SAE J1057a. The dimensions are applicable to rolled and machined sections only. Cutting edge cross section thickness is limited to a maximum of 35 mm. Bolt-on tooth adapters are rarely used on loader buckets with cutting edge thicknesses in excess of 35 mm. This recommended practice applies only to straight cutting edges defined as those whose leading edge and rear edge are parallel and thus are of constant cross section. Overall cross sections to which bolt holes were added as indicated by this recommended practice were selected from those indicated per "Cutting Edge—Cross Sections Loader Straight," SAE J1303 FEB85. Selection was based on minimum section width requirements to accommodate bolt-on tooth adapters. NOTE—For some heavy-duty applications, cross sections with larger blunts, greater bevel angles, and larger bolt holes may be required.
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Cutting Edge - Cross Sections Loader Straight

2011-10-25
CURRENT
J1303_201110
For cutting edges used on buckets for loaders defined in SAE J1057a. The dimensions are applicable to rolled, cast, forged, flame cut, and machined cutting edge sections. Straight cutting edges are defined as those whose leading edge and rear edge are parallel and, thus, are of constant cross section. For "straight cutting edge sections with bolt holes," see SAE J1304 FEB85. NOTE—For some heavy duty applications, cross sections with larger blunts and greater bevel angles may be required.
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Cutting Edge-Cross Sections Loader Straight with Bolt Holes

2006-02-05
HISTORICAL
J1304_200602
To specify dimensions for straight cutting edge cross sections with bolt holes for mounting bolt-on tooth adapters on loader buckets described by SAE J731d. It is the intent of this recommended practice to describe the cross sections viable for bolt-on tooth mounting and identify the bolt hole size and location relative to the cutting edge cross section. Thus, a foundation for future standardization of bolt-on tooth adapters is established by the recommended practice.
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Cutting Edge-Cross Sections Loader Straight

2006-02-05
HISTORICAL
J1303_200602
For cutting edges used on buckets for loaders defined in SAE J105a. The dimensions are applicable to rolled, cast, forged, flame cut, and machined cutting edge sections. Straight cutting edges are defined as those whose leading edge and rear edge are parallel and, thus, are of constant cross section. For "straight cutting edge sections with bolt holes," see SAE J1304 FEB85. NOTE: For some heavy duty applications, cross sections with larger blunts and greater bevel angles may be required.
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Operator Space Envelope Dimensions for Off-Road Machines

1992-06-01
HISTORICAL
J154_199206
This SAE Standard defines the minimum normal operating space envelope for clothed seated (SAE J899 seat configuration) and standing operators (95th percentile operator, SAE J833). This document applies to off-road, self-propelled work machines used in construction, general purpose industrial, agricultural, and forestry as identified in SAE J1116. This document defines dimensions for the minimum normal operating space envelope around the operator for operator enclosures (cabs, ROPS, FOPS) on off-road machines.
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Operator Space Envelope Dimensions for Off-Road Machines

2003-05-13
CURRENT
J154_200305
This SAE Standard defines the minimum normal operating space envelope for clothed seated (SAE J899 seat configuration) and standing operators (95th percentile operator, SAE J833). This document applies to off-road, self-propelled work machines used in construction, general purpose industrial, agricultural, and forestry as identified in SAE J1116. Purpose This document defines dimensions for the minimum normal operating space envelope around the operator for operator enclosures (cabs, ROPS, FOPS) on off-road machines.
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