MOROOKA LTX-3500, THE NEWEST AND LARGEST MOROOKA CARRIER

475 HP WITH  40,000 LB PAYLOAD. 

Excavator cab w/ heat and A/C. Replaces the MST-3300 model.
$PRICE ON REQUEST. In Alaska. New with warrantee.

email us for additional information and Video or call 1-907-696-7375

 

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THIS IS AN ALL TERRAIN MOROOKA CARRIER MANUFACTURED, SOLD AND SERVICED IN THE U.S. IT IS CAPABLE OF CARRYING 40,000 lbs AND HAS A DUMP BED BUT CAN BE OUTFITTED AS A CARRIER FOR ANY PURPOSE. THE STEERING IS HYDROSTATIC WITH JOYSTICK ACTIVATED PILOT CONTROL AND THE MACHINE IS POWERED BY HYDRAULIC MOTORS AT EACH TRACK (LIKE AN EXCAVATOR). IT IS POWERED BY A POWERFUL JOHN DEERE EPA TIER 3 APPROVED DIESEL MOTOR. 6 MONTH BUMPER TO BUMPER PARTS WARRANTEE AGAINST MANUFACTURERS DEFECT. THE RUBBER TRACKS ARE DURABLE BRIDGESTONE, STEEL CORD AND THE GROUND PRESSURE IS VERY LOW. THIS WILL CLIMB A 57% SLOPE LOADED. TRAVEL SPEED 0-7 MPH.   IDEAL FOR OFF ROAD CONSTRUCTION,  LOGGING, DEMOLITION, UTILITY WORK OR DIFFICULT SITES. BED CAN BE REMOVED AND THE UNIT USED AS A CARRIER PLATFORM.  FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION AT EMAIL US   or CALL 1-907-696-7375 

SPECIFICATIONS  

Specifications/Model

LTX-3500VD

Machine weight (lbs)

42,000

Maximum carrying capacity (lbs)

40,000

Full length

22

Full width

10.5'

Full height

9.5'

Minimum  height above ground

2'

Loading platform:

SEE BELOW

length x width x height

Engine Model

John Deere  6525HF

Power (hp/rpm)

475

Full Length ft. in. 22'
Full Width ft. in. 10' 6"
Wheel Base ft. in. 14' 1"
Min. Ground Clearance in. 24"
Gauge ft. in. 7' 6"
Track Width in. 35"
Full Height ft. in. 11' 1"
Height of Dump Bed ft. in. 5' 6"
Height of Dump Side ft. in. 24"
Length of Dump Bed ft. in. 12' 6"
Width of Dump Bed ft. in. 9' 2"
Dumping Angle degrees 50
Machine Weight lbs. 42,000
Fuel Capacity gals. 87.1
Manufacturer   Deere
Model   6125HF
Displacement liter 12.5
Horse Power   475
Transmission   HST
Piston Pump Capacity gal./min. 84
Relief Valve Piston Pump PSI 6,000
Battery   24V
Max. Carrying Capacity lbs. 40,000
Travel Speed - Low mph 0 - 3.8
Travel Speed - High mph 3.8 - 8 Variable
Gradability (unloaded) degrees 35
Turning Radius ft. in. 12' 2"
Ground Pressure PSI 3.4
Ground Pressure (loaded) PSI  

 

Equipment Direct Inc.  is the authorized dealer for Morooka Rubber Tracked Carriers in Alaska.
Morooka is the largest manufacturer of rubber tracked carriers in the world with total production numbers of well over 75,000 carriers.
Morooka's are a high production, high performance construction tool, built to do full duty cycle operations all day long, and have a  full hydrostatic operating system, and specially developed rubber tracks.
Morooka is the first to develop H.S.T. hydraulic technology, the hydrostatic transmission (hydraulic pumps) allow for economical use of the engine's full power. In addition, there is a gear pump mounted to the back of the main pumps,  supplying charge oil to the main pumps and power for attachments such as, power up and down for the dump body. All steering maneuvers can be executed with either a single lever control or two lever single hand operated controls. Two speed ranges can be selected with a toggle switch.
Morooka is also the  first to develop Rubber Tracked Technology. Morooka's rubber tracks are the result of over 40 years of joint development between Bridgestone and Morooka. The rubber tracks combine the characteristics of a tire equipped carrier, such as smooth ride and speed, while providing the traction of a steel type track. Rubber tracks offer the best of all worlds with low ground pressure, high performance movement, and excellent traction and combined with our floating bogie wheel undercarriage makes any terrain accessible.

Morooka's products were originally offered as Off Highway Dumpers, we prefer to call them Carriers as they have great versatility and the ability to carry many different tools to difficult sites.
 

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