OEM Supply Shacman F2000 10 Wheeler Tipper Truck - 8X4 Dump Truck X3000 – Automobile Holding
OEM Supply Shacman F2000 10 Wheeler Tipper Truck - 8X4 Dump Truck X3000 – Automobile Holding Detail:
The X3000 series is the continuation of 46 years of technological innovation. It is a brand new product for logistical transportation. With outstanding power and fuel economy, a spacious and comfortable interior and excellent safety, the X3000 series is the new standard.
|X3000 8×4 Dump truck weight specifications||Model number SX33156T366||Engine model:wp12.380 E32|
|Load weight: 15500kg||Curb weight: 15500kg||Gross vehicle weight：31000kg|
|X3000 6×4 Dump truck weight specifications||Model number SX35556T384||Engine model:wp12.380 E32|
|Load weight: 12500kg||Curb weight: 12500kg||Gross vehicle weight：25000kg|
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By Michelle from Qatar - 2015.10.01 14:14
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By Deirdre from Florence - 2015.06.21 17:11