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Description / Ref Mowag Duro II crane truck - 40149
Photo (a gallery of photos is provided below - where available) Mowag Duro II crane truck
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We have just received direct from the military a choice of Mowag Duro II 6x6 LHD cargo trucks fitted with Hiab 022T crane with a max lift of 1,730 kg's. These trucks are all in unused condition with approx 100 kilometres only

Specification:

  • Permanent 6 Wheel Drive
  • Allison S 2000, 5 speed automatic transmission with selectable Hi/ Low box & automatic traction control Torsen, self-locking Differential
  • De-Dion axles with wheel hub gear, patented roll stabilizers
  • Air over hydraulic disc brakes, with ABS
  • Designed & Built by - Bucher-Guyer and Steyr-Daimler-Puch Spezialfahrzeug (A division of General Dynamics)
  • Low-slung, torsion-resistant steel box-section ladder-type chassis with tubular cross-members
  • Aluminium forward control cab
  • Roll Over protection
  • Spare Wheel
  • Tilting Cab
  • Veeder-Root digital tachograph
  • 2,900kg load capacity flat bed
  • Onboard digital diagnostic unit with readouts for temperature, faults, service information and fluid levels
  • Unladen Weight: 5,700kg
  • Maximum permissible gross vehicle weight: 8,600kg
  • Permissible towing weight: 12,100kg
  • Maximum permissible front axle load: 3,500kg
  • Maximum permissible 2nd axle load: 3,600kg
  • Maximum permissible rear axle load: 2,600kg
  • Wheelbase 3.53 m (1st to 2nd axle) 1.20 m (2nd to 3rd axle)
  • Ground clearance 0.40 m
  • Max speed 110 Km/h
  • Fuel tank capacity 120 litres

  • Price on Application  
    subject to UK VAT unless sold outside of the EU

    Category Crane Trucks Length 6.7M
    Manufacturer Mowag Height 2.65 M
    Engine Cummins 5.9 litre 185HP EuroIII Width 2.16 M
    Gearbox Allison 1000 series 5 forward 1 reverse GVW 8,600 kg's
    Brakes Dual circuit hydraulic ventilated discs with ABS Hrs_Kms From 100 kilometres
    Steering ZF power assisted Date into Service 2006
    Tyres 275/80R20 Year of Manufacture 2006
    Max Load 4,200 kg's Qty Available 10
    Electrics 24 volts Export Requirements ...more OGEL/SIEL Licence Required

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