By Walt Moore, Senior Editor | September 28, 2010

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.