Rayco Launches RCT110S

Rayco is introducing a new concept in crawler trucks with the launch of the RCT110S.

Fri August 21, 2015 - National Edition
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The trailer can be fully customized to meet specific job requirements or to perform specialized tasks, allowing the RCT110S crawler truck to function as the prime mover for any number of different trailers.
The trailer can be fully customized to meet specific job requirements or to perform specialized tasks, allowing the RCT110S crawler truck to function as the prime mover for any number of different trailers.

Rayco is introducing a new concept in crawler trucks with the launch of the RCT110S. This platform is designed to utilize the 100 hp, steel tracked crawler truck as a tow vehicle and carry payloads on a gooseneck trailer. The trailer can be fully customized to meet specific job requirements or to perform specialized tasks, allowing the RCT110S crawler truck to function as the prime mover for any number of different trailers. This concept lowers costs by keeping specialized equipment confined only to the trailer and allowing the RCT110S crawler truck to mate up to multiple trailers.

The gooseneck trailer design allows for payloads up to 20,000-lbs. (9,072 kg) and the trailer length can be configured to the user’s requirements.

The RCT110S is powered by a Kubota diesel engine and features a heavy-duty steel track undercarriage to maximize traction and durability. An enclosed cab with heat, A/C and suspension seat keep the operator safe and comfortable. Joystick propel and 2-speed travel makes operation simple while the gooseneck trailer design provides the tightest possible turning radius. The RCT110S also can be configured with a 2-5/16-in. (5.8 cm) ball coupler.

For more information, call 800/392-2686 or visit www.raycomfg.com.




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