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IMT EDSC10 Service Truck Body

The newest addition to IMT's Dominator family of mechanics truck bodies, the compact EDSC10 is the lightest model in it class, addressing customer concerns about fuel economy and maneuvering in tight environments.

December 01, 2008

 

 

EDSC10 mechanics truck bodyThe newest addition to IMT's Dominator family of mechanics truck bodies, the compact EDSC10 is the lightest model in it class, addressing customer concerns about fuel economy and maneuvering in tight environments. Mounted on a Dodge or Freightliner Sprinter chassis, the EDSC10 fills a niche for customers not requiring a full-sized service truck, offering an 11-foot crane body rated for a 10,000-ft.-lb. crane. A typical mechanics truck gets about 8 mpg, compared to 18 to 20 mpg for the EDSC10 on a Sprinter chassis. Being fully integrated, the EDSC10 does not require the customer to add bumpers, outriggers or crane reinforcements. Estimated list price: $13,000 (crane body only).

The newly designed Dominator III mechanics body has the IMT model 12000 telescopic crane without a front stabilizer.

The hydraulic-driven IMT CAS80R rotary screw air compressor offers 33 percent more air output than the previous model—up to 80 cfm at 150 psi—at a similar price point.

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