The seven rammer models in Dynapac's LT-Series all use a Honda four-cycle gasoline engine, except the model LT800, which has a 4.5-horsepower Hatz diesel. Honda-powered models use either the GX100 or GX120 engine, rated, respectively, at 3 and 4 horsepower. Operating weights for these units range from 132 to 172 pounds, and features include a cyclone-type pre-filter for the air-intake system, high-capacity main air filter, and built-in fuel filter. A throttle controller built into a recess of the fuel tank allows selection of run, idle and stop modes, and shock absorbers built into the handle are designed to lessen hand and arm vibration.
By Walt Moore, Senior Editor | September 28, 2010