All the configurations for quarries and construction sites
Trakker offers front axles which can be either non-driven or driven with load capacities up to 9 t.
Depending on the model, 3.40 to 6.59 drive axle ratios are available which permit optimisation of the drive line and fuel consumption based on the mission of the vehicle.
The standard UK 8x4 and 6x4 Trakker models are equipped the single reduction axles, providing improved drive line efficiency. They reduce kerb weight on the Cursor 13 models at 410 and 450Hp compared with the available alternative hub reduction axles, whilst remaining both reliable and durable.
The 4x4, 6x4 (Cursor 13) and 6x6 Trakker models are equipped with hub reduction drive axles. The double reduction, distributed between the central differential and the axle hubs, allows the use of a compact differential with consequential increase of ground clearance.