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    Post 2009 Peterbilt 70/85 ton Heavy-duty Rotator

    Name and year of the vehicle you want: 2009 Peterbilt 70/85 ton Heavy-duty Rotator
    Weight of vehicle: sorry not sure
    Engine power: sorry not sure
    Why you want it made:
    nobody else has made a rotating wrecker of this size yet that i have seen unless they\'ve made one in their private collection.

    Has it been done before: no
    Has it been requested before: no

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    this truck if someone were to make it would blow all the other types of wreckers clear out of the water. i\'ve added the brochure. http://www.jerr-dan.com/wreckers/pdf...Rotatorpdf.pdf. the basic info that i was able to find was

    Underlift
    Lift Capacity: 53,000 lbs. Retracted
    17,000 lbs. Extended
    Power Tilt-Pos. Up: 12°
    Power Tilt-Neg. Down: 18°
    Hydraulic Extension: 70\"

    Recover/Wrecker Boom Lifting Capacity
    Retracted: 120,000 lbs.
    Lifting Height: at ° 374\"
    Working Angle: Max: 51 ° Min: 0 °
    Reach (Maximum): 162\"

    Recommended Chassis Requirements
    GVWR: 86,000lbs.
    Rear GVWR: 46,000lbs.
    Front GAWR: 20,000lbs.
    RBM Total: 4,200,000in-lbs. (each frame rail)
    Frame Height: 42\"
    Frame Length: 66\"
    Min Cab To Axle/Tandem: 240.00\"

    sorry that there\'s not much more i could find on it.

    Link to more information: http://www.jerr-dan.com/wreckers/rot...ID=4#truckinfo

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    Post Re: 2009 Peterbilt 70/85 ton Heavy-duty Rotator

    It's alot like my dad's truck and his brother's truck, but both are twin steers
    [00:48] <asyed> heck im probably going to live with my parents for the first few years #noshame
    #keepbrkillpackbanned

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    Post Re: 2009 Peterbilt 70/85 ton Heavy-duty Rotator

    i saw this truck online cuz i was looking here in the repository for any rotators and i have 2 wreckers but when ur on a tight road playing the small island going up a hill and ur trailer slides off the side of the road getting stuck on the next curb u kinda can't get any of the big wreckers in when ur less then 50' from the corner of the turn and the wrecker won't fit. if i were to back up the trailer was going off the side taking the truck with it and the road was too twisty for a crane to make it up and get properly set up to be able to pick the back of the trailer up and swing it over. lol besides i think we need our very own mistress rotating wrecker on here now since ppl are making more and more powerful and heavier vehicles.

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    Post Re: 2009 Peterbilt 70/85 ton Heavy-duty Rotator

    My induction of a Rotator Wrecker... it was made 6x4 b/c it was made to save nodes....

    And no, it's not for release. (Yet)

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    Post Re: 2009 Peterbilt 70/85 ton Heavy-duty Rotator

    looks nice so far just hope it can with stand a lot of weight on the boom when it's in short or half way or the underlift when it's lifting up a heavy vehicle. lol hopefully too when u do release it if u do that i don't break it cuz my smaller kenworth wrecker the legs have broke while lifting heavy vehicles and my pete well that mistress has a few dents in it from getting stuck in the tight turns on the small island.

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