The Rayco RCT150 Answers the Call

The RCT150’s design offers unrestricted access to engine and hydraulic components for ease of serviceability.

Mon August 24, 2015 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Rayco RCT150 crawler truck can carry 15,000 lbs. (6,804 kg).
The Rayco RCT150 crawler truck can carry 15,000 lbs. (6,804 kg).

For carrying larger payloads, the Rayco RCT150 answers the call with capacity to carry 15,000-lb. (6,804 kg). Its 260 hp Cummins QSB6.7 engine provides more horsepower than other machines in its class and Rexroth hydraulic pumps provide enhanced service life and are backed by Rexroth’s global service network.

The RCT150’s design offers unrestricted access to engine and hydraulic components for ease of serviceability and 28-in. (71 cm) wide rubber tracks yield ground pressure of just 4.0 psi when loaded. Powerful, 2-speed track drives achieve travel speeds of 4.5 mph in low and 7.1 mph in high.

The RCT150 also is built with the operator in mind. Its spacious cabin features heat and A/C as well as an opening front window that doubles as an escape path and a high-backed, air-ride suspension seat that’s heated and has adjustable arm rests. The machine’s propel is controlled by a single joystick, for ease of operation and controlled response. A color display panel keeps operator alert to engine performance and machine vitals.

The RCT150 crawler truck comes with a dump bed with removable sides or as a cab and chassis that can be outfitted to meet the customer’s needs. It can accept a broad range of truck beds/bodies, or fitted with equipment to perform specialized tasks, such as drill rigs, aerial lifts, cranes, etc. Auxiliary hydraulics can easily be added to the engine’s pump drive or in line with propel pumps.

For more information, visit raycomfg.com.




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