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Description | specification
Bedford TM 4x4 fitted with atlas crane suitable for on-off site application. The crane is situated behind the drivers cabin and is operated via a hatch in the cabin roof. The crane is capable of lifting 3,500kg @ 1m and reaches to the end of the body.
Details Bedford TM 4x4 ex military truck
Engine: Bedford 8.2 litre turbo diesel developing 205 hp Gearbox ZF 6 speed manual Maximum road speed ~ 85 km/h Range 600 ~ 800 km
Length 6.62 m Width 2.5 m Height 3 m
Steering Power steering LHD/RHD available Tyres 15.5/80R20 Max Load 8 t Weight (empty) ~ 12 t
Cab seating 1 + 1 men
Maneuverability Gradient 60% Side slope 30% Vertical step ~ 0.6 m Trench 0.6 ~ 1 m Fording ~ 1 m
The history Bedford TM
The basic form of both vehicles is a flat bed cargo vehicle capable of carrying standard NATO ammunition or other stores-carrying pallets. For this role both vehicles can be fitted with self-loading hydraulic cranes located behind the cab. Standard shelters or workshop bodies may also be carried. Drop sides and a tailgate can be added to convert the vehicles into general load carriers. Seating for personnel may also be fitted, however these heavy trucks are usually found moving NATO standard pallets, containers or fuel. Centrally-mounted winches are mounted on some vehicles.
Released from service by the British MOD (Ministry of Defence) Mileage Hrs/Kms: 20,000 - 65,000 kms Year of Manufacture: 1988-1989 The price: P.O.A. Export Requirements:
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