Highway maintenance work requires an ability to operate in inaccessible areas with steep gradients and low-grip surfaces – and Trakker has the necessary power and agility.
The New Trakker's strengths in this arena are:
o permanent all-wheel drive;
o drive axle for loads of up to 9 tonnes, so that you can work with a wide range of snow-plough implements;
o rear air suspension for constant trim when working with rear-mounted salt-spreaders;
o engine-driven or Multipower power take-offs for torque outputs of 600 to 900Nm;
o tandem pumps to cover a comprehensive range of hydraulic body movement requirements;
o CAN open interface for customising the vehicle/conversion interface.
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