A four-wheeled truck, having a certain amount of play around a vertical axis, used to support in part a locomotive on a railway track.
Swivelling four- (or sometimes six-) wheeled undercarriage on a carriage or locomotive which enables the vehicle to negotiate curves.
Undercarriage with two or more wheel pairs
The chassis of a coaster car.
A wheeled undercarriage pivoted below the end of a rail vehicle.
The underside of a roller coaster car. Commonly used to attach anti-rollback dogs, braking fins, wheel assemblies, and couplings to other cars.
A tandem axle.
Clutch vehicle used for transporting ore and waste.
An auxiliary axle assembly having a fifth wheel used for purpose of converting a semitrailer to a full trailer. Dollies can be used to haul multiple trailers behind a single power unit. (Also referred to as dolly)
A frame supported on two or more axles, on which the weight of a railway vehicle is carried through a pivot. Rail3D supports animated bogies.
A set of four wheels fitted under a locomotive or freight car to help it turn on curved track.
A frame with wheels on which a container is mounted for street or highway transport. Commonly referred to as a chassis.
Two-axle truck, which is used to bear the weight of the ends of the girders on a bridge crane.
A type of short end truck that is attached to the end of one girder or to a connecting member if more than one truck is utilized per girder. Bogies are used when the design of the runway necessitates more than four wheels on the crane.
A short end truck attached to the end of one girder (or to a connecting member if more than one bogie is used per girder). This type of end truck is used when more than four wheels are required on a crane due to the design of the runway.
pivoted truck, usually four wheeled, provided at the front or rear of a locomotive to give guidance and support. Most items of rolling stock are carried on bogies.
The underside of a roller coaster vehicle.
Assembly of two or more axles, usually a pair in tandem.
A set of wheels built specifically to be used as rear wheels under the container.
The wheel assembly on the main landing leg.
A bogie is a wheeled wagon or trolley. In mechanics terms, a bogie is a chassis or framework carrying wheels, attached to a vehicle. It can be fixed in place, as on a cargo truck, mounted on a swivel, as on a train carriage or locomotive, or sprung as in the suspension of a caterpillar tracked vehicle.