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Bigger Is Better With Stone Rhino 66X

Fri March 16, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Size matters when it comes to compaction power and performance. Stone Construction Equipment Inc. offers power and performance in the Rhino 66X vibratory dirt roller. This ride-on 66-in. (167 cm) roller joins the 43- and 54-in. (109 and 137 cm) models currently in the Rhino line.

The 10-ton (9 t) Rhino 66X offers the features of larger machines but at a 5-ton (4.5 t) roller price. It’s powered by a 110-hp (82 kW) Cummins water-cooled diesel engine and heavy-duty Sauer-Danfoss hydraulic components.

The machine also features dual amplitude with a choice of high or low compaction forces — up to 22,500 lb. — for optimum compaction on any soil. Dual speeds give the roller added maneuverability.

Choose from two configurations in either smooth or padfoot, or get the versatility of two rollers in one with a smooth drum roller with the optional padfoot drum conversion kit.

Standard features of the Rhino 66X include removable ROPS/FOPS, an extra-large cooling system, 45-gal. (170 L) hydraulic and fuel tanks. A lift-up fiberglass hood reduces noise and provides maximum access to all service points.

The operator’s platform is ergonomically designed for operator comfort, easy operation and high visibility. The safety-seat with flip-up armrests and a seatbelt is adjustable three ways. The control console includes a 4-in-1 control lever with forward, reverse and neutral positions, along with a vibration activation button and speed and amplitude control buttons.

The Stone Rhino 66X also features extra-large hydraulic tanks, extended service intervals for engine oil and filter change, maximum access to all service components, same-day response and no parts minimum help to keep the Rhino on the job, not in the shop.

For more information, call 585/229-5141 or visit

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