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RT6 Crawler Carrier

October 6, 2017 - Products

Terramac

Terramac's RT6 rubber track crawler carrier is the company’s most compact unit yet. It offers a footprint of 16 feet 2 inches by 8 feet 2 inches, delivers a 12,000-pound carrying capacity, and boasts travel speeds up to 6.5 mph. A 130-hp QSB4.5 Cummins engine allows the RT6 to tackle a wide-range of general construction, pipeline, utility, and environmental applications with ease.

The RT6 showcases Terramac’s rubber track technology. This unit’s fully-loaded ground pressure is a minimal 5.4 psi, making it ideal for loose and wet ground conditions where heavy, wheeled machines are likely to get stuck. The flotation from the rubber tracks of the RT6 not only allows the machine to work in adverse ground and weather conditions, but also allows for faster climbing on mountainous and hilly terrains with reduced slippage. 

Designed to provide an unprecedented degree of customization, the RT6 accommodates a wide variety of support equipment, including digger derricks, bark blowers, cranes, vacuum excavators, and generators.

Terramac offers the RT6 with both open- and closed-cab options, and rollover protective structure (ROPS) and falling object protective structure (FOPS) come standard. Ergonomically designed with upgraded features, the RT6 features a wide access door that allows ease of entry and exit and windows on all sides to provide operators with increased visibility. A USB port, AC controls, improved grab handles, and a quick-release grate button provide added convenience. Additionally, a tilt hood for engine access and a dog house for fluid/filter checks make maintenance on the RT6 quick and easy.

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