Iveco / Magirus 95E18 Eurocargo (LWR) new conversion kit C.HEL.24N.RSOL-24 for 24 volt vehicles

249,00  incl. 19% VAT

EAN: 617268157034 SKU: Magirus.95E18.C.HEL.24N.RSOL-24 Category:


The Club of Four was an alliance of four European truck manufacturers: Saviem, Volvo, DAF, and Magirus-Deutz.

The Iveco Eurocargo is a series of trucks from the Italian company Iveco. The concept and design was created in the IVECO Design Center (Neu-Ulm) under the direction of Leonhard Schmude Support from Italdesign. In the first year of its debut in 1992, it received the “Truck of the Year” award. It has been covering since 1992 as the successor to the air-cooled MK series from Iveco-Magirus, the X series from Iveco-Fiat and the Ford Cargo from Iveco-Ford cover the range from 6.5 to 26 tonnes. A total of four cab variants are available: short/long flat roof, long high roof & double cab.

First generation (1991-2002)
First generation Iveco Eurocargo The first generation was designed by IVECO Design Centre (Neu Ulm) led by Leonhard Schmude with help from Giorgetto Giugiaro of Italdesign. The maximum gross weight was 6-15 tons, and for models produced in Langley (in Great Britain) up to 17 tons. Both 4×2 and 4×4 (10 and 14 tons) were available. There were three Iveco engines available, in different power ranges: The 6-10 ton versions were equipped with disc brakes on all wheels, hydraulically assisted.  The heavier models had rear drum brakes. They used four types of suspension: parabolic leaf springs, semi-elliptical leaf springs, parabolic springs in the front and rear airbags (in the lighter models), air suspension (for urban distribution). In October 1997 there were updates, focusing on the cab and the braking system. At the same time, production in Langley ended, closing the plant.  Production was now concentrated in Brescia.
Second generation (2002-2015)
The second generation of the series, introduced in 2002, was designed by Bertone. It was produced in Brescia in Italy, Sete Lagoas in Brazil (from January 2005 onwards) and in a Ferreyra in Argentina, and also assembled in Venezuela. The maximum gross weight ranged from 6 to 18 tons. Both of 4×2 and 4×4 (GVW 10 and 14 tons) were available. The Iveco Tector engines were used in many variants.

New conversion kit C.HEL.24N.RSOL-24

New conversion kit C.HEL.24N.RSOL-24 Ready-made electrical LWR conversion kit
as a replacement for the hydraulic headlight range control for 24 volt vehicles, consisting of:

  • 2 new 24 volt actuators
  • 1 new round LWR switch (24 volts) for the interior
  • very detailed illustrated installation instructions
  • Various installation materials
  • 1 cable set (new and suitably assembled)

Additional information

Weight 0,3 kg