Snowmobile Trail Groomer Details
Tucker Sno-Cat Model 2000C-28-6
Special features as quoted from Tucker:
Four Tracks - "Tucker
Sno-CatŪ track system presents four tracks that are independently sprung and
pivoted at the drive axle. These tracks are capable of tilting up or down to
provide an inclined ramp for climbing over obstacles or spanning uneven terrain.
The drive axle and spring system is trunion mounted on the Sno-CatŪ vehicle to
accommodate uneven terrain in the transverse plane. The suspension system allows
the vehicle to traverse rough terrain with minimum cab shock."
Fully Articulated Axles with
Power Steering - "Vehicle is hydraulically steered by pivoting both the
front and rear axles. This provides for smooth movement over the terrain with
minimum disturbance of the ground cover."
Easy Maintenance - "Ready
accessibility to all areas of the Tucker Sno-CatŪ vehicle provides for ease of
maintenance. Standard automotive axles and common hydraulic and mechanical
components require no extraordinary mechanical skills to service and present the
added advantage of good parts availability."
Note - This is Tucker's
2004 info. May differ slightly on the 1995 Model - items in bold have been
confirmed as of 10/12/04.
- 2-Man Insulated Cab
- Full Engine Instruments
- Front Bucket Seats
- Full Complement of Seat Belts
- Cab Heater - 36,000 B.T.U.
- Front Defrost w/Adjust Outlets
- Cab Entry Steps
- Locking Door Handles
- Personnel Assist Handles
- Roll Over Protective Device
- Dual Windshield Wiper System
- Tinted Glass
- Dual Sealed Beam Backup Light
- Dome Light
- Dual Electric Horns
- Heated Mirrors
- Hydraulic Foot Brake
- Mechanical Parking Brake
- Brake and Tail Lights
- Backup Alarm
- Hydraulic Steering
- Steering Wheel H.D.
- Fuel Filter
- Coolant Recovery System
- Engine Block Heater
- Transmission Pan Heater
- Battery - Dual 950 CCR
- Cold Start Aid
- Rear Pintle Hitch
- Color: Grey Chassis, Orange Cab
- 80 Gallon Fuel Tank
- Fire Extinguisher
- Manual and Special Tools
- Rotating Beacon
- Cigarette Lighter
- High idle switch
- Cab Fan
|Special Features of the Tucker Sno-Cat
Trail Groomer for Sale|
- Model 2000C-28-6 2-Passenger Tucker
- Year - 1995
- Serial Number - 20954118
- Engine - Cummins 6-BT 152 Hp s/n
- Hour Meter - Presently 2510 Hours
- GVW - 10,245 lb.
- Dry Weight - 8,345 lb.
- Max Load - 1,900 lb.
- Implement Weight - 700 lb.
- Track Width - 28 1/2 inches each
- Axle - Spicer 70 2779-182
- Alternator - Cummins 3909982, 105 Amp
- Block Heater - Cummins 8601755
- Brake Master Cylinder - Wagner F32839
- Brake Caliper - Wagner 98886
- Hydraulic Pump - Vickers
- Triple Rear Hydraulics
- Trail-Boss Seats
- Tucker 8 foot, 6-Way Blade
- 4 Speed Automatic Transmission
- AM/FM Stereo Cassette Player
- 80 Gallon Fuel Tank
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