Terramac Rubber Tracked Dumpers
TERRAMAC RT9 RUBBER TRACKED CRAWLER CARRIER
Rig Source Inc is proud to present the Terramac RT9 Rubber Tracked Crawler Carrier. This crawler carrier can be equipped and fitted with a variety of rig attachments and excavation configurations. The most popular configuration is the rubber tracked dumper configuration of the RT9 crawler carrier. The rubber tracked dumper is equipped with a heavy duty flat bed behind the main control cabin. The RT9 rubber track dumper is capable of hauling up to 18,000 lbs and is available in open and closed cab options.
With the rubber tracked dumper configuration you can haul huge equipment and material loads over most surfaces without running the risk of getting stuck, like a truck would. The rubber tracked dumper is suitable for most construction sites and natural land surfaces but the rubber also allows for paved street and concrete travel. Unlike with metal treads, the rubber tracks are not going to scratch and damage surfaces as they travel. Making for safer travel and rubber tracked dumpers have better grip on more terrain than metal tracks.
Dumping with a Rubber Tracked Dumper is easier than ever
The Terramac RT9 rubber tracked dumper is installed with a lift system that inclines the bed to 60 degrees to unload any cargo with ease and safety. There are several rubber tracked dumper bed wall heights available and options for covering the bed once loaded. You can have hinged side walls as well for hand loading and unloading as well as a tail-gate to prevent losing items in transit.
The rubber tracked dumper configuration is ideal for moving earth, building materials, tools, or even transporting rigs between drilling sites. The RT9 rubber tracked dumper is specifically designed to accomodate additional accessories with bolt on ease with machined percision. The Terramac RT9 Rubber Tracked Dumper configurations is one of the most popular but also the most depended on configurations we offer to our clients that appreciate having the right and best tools for the job.
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