Condition:Mileage Hrs/Kms: 1,000 - 5,000 kms Year of Manufacture: 2002
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SPEC SHEET (Description) Oshkosh M1070 Tractor Units 8x8
The Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS) USA transport were used by the military to carry tanks and other heavy tracked and wheeled vehicles when combined with the M1000 semi-trailer.
These military Oshkosh trucks are perfect for use in the civilian role of heavy transport for companies who need to move outsize loads or heavy plant
Engine Detroit Diesel, 8V92TA Gearbox Allison CLT-754 Brakes Dual Air, Spring Brakes on Axles 2, 3, 4 Steering PAS LHD Tyres 16.00R20 Kms 1,000 - 5,000 kms. New condition Year of Manufacture 2002
The data sheet of the Oshkosh M1070 military Tractor Units 8x8
Cab: 6 Man Seats: Front - Fore/Aft Adjustable; Suspension Driver and Front Passenger Rear: Bench Type; Convertible into Bunks Seat Belts: 3-Point With Retractors Windshield Wiper: Two Speed Electric Instrumentation Gauges: Coolant; Dual Air Pressure; Fuel; Oil; Transfer Case; Transmission; Speedometer; Tachometer Engine: Manufacturer: Detroit Diesel, 8V92TA, DDEC II and DDEC III Type: V8, Two-cycle, Turbo Charged and Aftercooled Bore: 4.84" Stroke: 5.00" Displacement: 736 cu. in. Brake HP: 500 HP @ 2100 rpm Cooling System: Radiator Core, Fan (Eight Blade) Cooled Transmission: Manufacturer: Allison CLT-754 Type: Automatic, 5 Speed Forward/ 1 Reverse with TC-496 Torque Converter, Second Gear Start
Transfer: Manufacturer: Oshkosh Truck Corporation, 55000 Type: Two Speed, Air Operated Front Axle Disconnect Ratio: 9.85:1 and 2.464:1 Axles: Manufacturer: Rockwell SVI 5MR Type: Driving, Planetary Hub Reduction, Double Cardan Joint Steering Axles, 30/70 Split Inter-Axle Differential Interlock: Manual Control Gear Ratios: Final - 7.36:1; Differential Carrier - 1.59:1; Planetary Hub - 4.63:1 Suspension: Front: Hendrickson Parabolic Taper Leaf Spring Rear Tridem: Hendrickson - Turner Air Ride Electrical System: Alternator - 145 Amp, 14 VDC; 130 Amp, 28 VDC Starting/Accessories: 24 VDC Lighting: 12 VDC Batteries: 4 12 VDC, 600 CCA @ 0 deg. F Brakes: Parking: Type: Dual Air, Spring Brakes on Axles 2, 3, 4; Modulated Emergency System
Specifications: Axles: 5 Axle Lines, 2 Half-width Axles per Line Steering: Hydraulically Actuated Mechanical Linkage; Axles 2,3,4 and 5 Automatically Steer Axle Vertical Travel: 20" Suspension: Type: Load Leveling Hydraulic, Independent from Side to Side Suspension Supports: 10 ea. Brakes: Two-line, Straight Air with Spring-actuated Park/Emergency Features Tires: Type: Radial, Michelin Size: 215x75R17.5 Tubeless Quanity: 40 ea.; Plus 2 Spares Gooseneck: Type: Pivoting, Hydraulic, Load Compensating 5th Wheel Nominal Height: 63" Kingpin: 3.5" Diameter; U.S./NATO Heavy Duty Standard, Removable
History The Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS)
Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS) USA The Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS) transports tanks and other heavy tracked and wheeled vehicles to and from the battlefield. The M1070 tractor and M1000 semi-trailer, replaces the M911/M747 HET system as the Army's latest model HETS. The M1070/M1000 HETS was developed to accommodate the increased weight of the M1 Abrams Family of Main Battle Tanks.
The M1070 provides line-haul, local-haul and maintenance evacuation on and off road during tactical operations worldwide. Unlike previous HETS, the M1070 is designed to carry both the tank and its crew. The HETS is required to transport, deploy and evacuate 70-ton payloads, primarily M-1 tanks, on highways and unimproved roads and cross-country. The HETS consists of the M-1070 truck tractor and M-1000 semitrailer. HETS has automatically steerable axles and load leveling hydraulic suspension.
The tractor has front and rear axle steering with central tire inflation system and cab space for five crew members. HETS, which was not available for service during the Persian Gulf War, entered low-rate initial production soon thereafter. At the completion of the initial contract in FY 92, the Army had purchased 1,179 trucks, and trailers.
Army units received this vehicle in mid- 1993. FUE occurred June 1994. As of late 1996 1,320 HET systems had been fielded. In January 1997 a contract option was exercised to procure an additional 187 HETS. The total Army requirement is: 2,412. FPI = 632; FPII = 404, FPIII = 365, FPIV = 1,011. Authorizations include: 96 per CORPS Heavy Truck Company; 24 per DIVISION Heavy Truck Company; and 6 per ACR. Currently approved to acquire 1,667 M1070 tractors and 1,503 M1000 trailers.
Released from service by the British MOD (Ministry of Defence)
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